The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to launch during the IFA event that is going to happen in September this year. If we go by the rumors, the newest phablet from Samsung is going to pack in whole lot of features. However, a recent rumor has confirmed that Samsung has removed fingerprint reader feature at the last stage of the development of Galaxy Note 3.
Undoubtedly, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is one of the much awaited devices of this year. It will replace the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 which is currently performing very well in the market.
According to thebuzz that is going around about the device, the Galaxy Note 3 will house a 5.7inch full HD display that will support 1080p resolution. It will be powered with quad-core CPU and will be the first smartphone or phablet to feature 3GB RAM. The phablet is expected to be thinner than its predecessor.
The Note 3 is expected to be available for sale from late September. We feel that all the major network providers such as AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon will offer the Note 3 at a nominal price.
The ETNews from Korea has confirmed that Samsung will not be offering fingerprint reader feature on the Galaxy Note 3. The reason behind it is that the Korean tech giant is facing supply issues. Even Apple which is expected to offer fingerprinter reader feature is marred with supply issues.
The fingerprint reader is a security feature which allows only the owner of the device to access the contents of the phone by verifying his or her finger prints. We are still a few months away from the launch of Note 3. It may happen that all of a sudden Samsung may offer the fingerprint reader feature for Note 3 when there is good supply. However, as of now the feature will not be available on the forthcoming phablet.