In past few weeks, the Samsung and LG both the Korean companies have been in news for its flagship upcoming product called Galaxy Note 3 Neo and LG G Pro 2. Multiple reports have come out with a couple of pictures which unveiled the specifications details.
According to those report, we anticipate that Samsung will announce a smaller version of Galaxy note 3 most probably in February. The lite version of Galaxy Note 3 said to feature a 5.5″ display and power a new hexacore Exynos processor.
The device will have a 2 GB of RAM with a hexacore processor which is virtually departed into six parts. There will be two cores clocked at 1.7 GHz for the heavy lifting, and rest of four clocked at 1.3 GHz for mundane tasks.
The Galaxy Note 3 Neo is exactly not a low-end product as it has been known, but a variant product with a slightly different group of consumers than the Galaxy Note 3. The company price has not yet been determined, but it will be a little lower than that of the Galaxy Note 3, and similar to the price of a premium product.
There is nothing to be great in this lite version but Neo might still appeal to people who have been on the fence for a Note 3 because of size and price, and needed just a little nudge in both aspects.
Another Korean smartphone manufacturer LG is said to counter with its first flagship for the year. The LG G Pro 2 will flaunt a 6″ 1080p display, and the whopping 3 GB of RAM. LG G Pro2, being the company’s first handset with such a large display panel, and with three GB of RAM. It seems the 2014 battle is going to start very soon, and the Korean behemoths will be leading the kerfuffle.