Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 3 Neo (also rumored as Note 3 Lite) smartphone has just passed through FCC, which is as same as what we have recently seen in the leaked photos and previous speculations.
The passing through FCC means the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo launch date is very soon and that could be the next month’s Mobile World Congress event at Barcelona. Still, the MWC is a month away, so there could be a chance of an early release, may be at Samsung Forum closed event, which is just 10 days away.
The device in the FCC test is the same SMN7505 model with GSM, WCDMA and LTE support. It’s also expected that the hexa-core Exynos processor will be launched in Samsung smartphone for the first time. The device could feature a 5.5-inch AMOLED HD display with 720p resolution, 2GB of RAM, 8-megapixel rear camera, 16GB intenal storage with expandable memory card slot, S Pen stylus ans a removable 3,100mAh battery.
The release of Galaxy Note 3 Neo could be announced anytime from now. Can it be the part of celebration for selling overall of 50 million Galaxy Note units worldwide? Stay tuned for more updates.
[Source: FCC ]