Samsung is also going to unveil several notebooks powered with Windows 8 OS. At the event, you will also get to see the next gen Galaxy Camera. The only thing people are talking about this event is the number of announcements on new products. Samsung is going to unveil couple of Android and Windows powered devices. We may also get to see Samsung’s very own operating system, Tizen powered device.
However, the three main devices that Samsung fans are eagerly waiting for are Galaxy Note III, ATIV Ultrabooks powered with Windows 8 and Galaxy S4 Zoom.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom seems to be a variant of Galaxy S4 which will come out with advanced photography features. The device is going to feature a mind-blowing 16MP camera. The Galaxy Note III has surfaced several times on the web for its benchmark tests. The Galaxy Note III model that is going to be rolled out at the event will be GT-N7200. The device will run on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS. It is going to be powered with quad-core CPU that can deliver clocking speed of 1.6GHz. The CPU on the Galaxy Note III is expected to be same as the one present on Galaxy S4.
The screen size is going to come with larger display. However, the display size has not been confirmed by Samsung yet. However, the pixel density of Galaxy Note III is going to be same as Galaxy S4. The display is going to support full HD 1080p. It is going to be available with 13MP camera that will support 1080p full HD video and image recording. The new S Pen will be even more user-friendly.
The Samsung Galaxy Note III will first hit the Korean market around September and then after some time it will be made available to the US market. At present we are not sure that Samsung will allow the Galaxy Note III to be available with different cellular networks or not. Like Samsung Galaxy 4, even before the release of the product, leading carriers had already committed to support the flagship device. The same can happen with the Note III. We feel that even before the Note III hits the stands, major carriers like AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile will start taking pre-orders.