The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite itself has long stopped being just a rumor. After much talk was done on the subject of its actual existence and potential launching, the phone is now expected to be presented at the mobile World Congress for the first time. Even more, the phone is expected to arrive on the market sometime during the first quarter of 2014. As some of you may know already, the non-LTE version of the future Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite is the SM-N750. But recently, a User Agent Profile manged to obtain some information that could possibly offer us a better view on the device and on how advanced the Samsung galaxy Note 3 Lite will actually be in comparison to the standard Samsung Galaxy Note 3. From the user agent profile we can tell that there will be some differences between the Lite and the standard version. First of all, the Lite version will apparently feature a 720p display. Now in the case where the Lite version would have a smaller display, the actual loss of quality would not be significant because the number of pixels-per-inch would not decrease that much. But according to some rumors it seems that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite will have the same 5.7 inch screen, in which case the drop in quality will be easily noticeable by anyone. The user agent profile also showed that the Lite version will feature Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and not Android 4.4 KitKat. In this case, there will be high expectations from Samsung to release as quickly as possible an upgrade to the operating system. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite will possibly have an 8 Mp camera and an LCD screen which mean a significant step backwards when you compare it to the standard Note 3. But then again it is a Lite version and it is meant to have specifications like these coupled with a lower price. But who knows, maybe it will turn out to be a hit. Everything is possible. What do you guys think of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite?
What's my model number?
There are several ways to locate your model number:
- Option 1
- On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
- Option 2
- Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
- Option 3
- Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool