Samsung still hasn't offered any official details on the Galaxy Note 3, however the rumors continue to surface. This later round of rumors deals with the build quality. Despite hopes of seeing the Note 3 roll-out with an improved build quality, it is looking like Samsung is going to continue the plastic trend.
This latest bit is coming by way of SamMobile who note that Samsung has "dropped the renewed metal design." Further details show the Galaxy Note 3 will be sporting the same design of the GALAXY S 4. But again, this is all still rumor at this point in time. The interesting part of the design choice seems to be in the why.
It is being reported that Samsung feels that if they went with the metal body, they would not be able to keep up with demand. Additionally, just like the reports of the metal body going away, it is now looking like Samsung has also dropped plans to use a flexible display.
Touching on some of the earlier rumors involving the specs. So far it is looking like the Galaxy Note 3 will be arriving with an octa-core processor that will consists of a 1.9 GHz quad-core Cortex-A15 and a 1.6GHz quad-core Cortex-A7. Despite some earlier reports, it looks like the Galaxy Note 3 display size has settled at 5.99 inches, which in this case will be a Full HD AMOLED.
Aside from the display and processor, the Galaxy Note 3 has been tipped to have 3GB of RAM, a 2 megapixel front-facing camera and 13 megapixel rear-facing camera along with the latest version of TouchWiz and the latest version of Android. So how about it, anyone waiting for the Note 3 to arrive?