It is the 20th of June when Samsung has a scheduled launch event to be held in London. Rumors, leaks and talks in the geeky sites have all indicated that on this day Samsung would launch their 2013 Flagship device the Galaxy Note 3. New reports and analysis indicates it to be not so. There would be no launch of the Galaxy Note 3 on 20th June can be fairly concluded.
Galaxy Note 3, the successor of Galaxy Note 2 has been speculated to near reality as a device with looks appealing and functions quite advanced. The core processor is expected to be either a Snapdragon 800 or an Exynos 5 Octa chip. The display screen would be 5.9 inch and capable of viewing in 1080p. It would have a camera of 13 MP resolution. Samsung have given care to the design of the device and this one is supposed to be like that of the Galaxy S4.
Other speculated dates of launch of the Note 3 have been in the months of July, August and September. There is another view which states that the launch would take place on 20th June with sales starting in the following month. AT&T with its 4T LTE network services is expected to get a special deal in the sale of the Galaxy Note 3. Samsung though is tight lipped about the Galaxy Note 3 so that official details of the phablet remain elusive.
The main reason for concluding that the launch would not happen next week is the absence of any full fledged leak about the device. This sort of leak takes place just a few weeks before the actual launch of the device. Absence of it in case of the Galaxy Note 3 points at the possibility of no launch on the 20th. What can rather be expected is a September launch date. That is when the IFA event is scheduled and Samsung has had history of announcing new products in this month. In addition there has been no Unpacked event for the Galaxy Note 3 like it was there for the Galaxy S4.