With just a weeks left before the expected September 4 unveiling, we’re still getting last minute leaks and information regarding Samsung‘s next S Pen-powered phablet. An insider source has revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Note III will be Samsung’s most powerful smartphone, literally, as it will be running on a 3450 mAh battery.

If true, the Galaxy Note III will have the highest battery among its peers. The Motorola Moto X only has a 2200 mAh battery and even the recently unveiled LG G2 ships with 3000 mAh. It tops even those phones that are yet to be revealed, with the Sony Honami rumored to also have a 3000 mAh battery and the HTC One Max still falling below with 3300 mAh.

We’re not sure what would have caused the boost to the Galaxy Note III’s battery. Like other smartphones this year, it will be using a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip running at 2.3 GHz, but with 3 GB of RAM instead of the usual 2 GB of other devices. It is expected to pack a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display and feature a 13 megapixel camera with Xenon flash. And of course, it will come with the Samsung’s notable S Pen stylus and S Pen-enabled apps.

Whether it’s because the Galaxy Note III requires more power or just because Samsung wanted to give users a higher battery, we don’t really mind a longer battery life. Hopefully, the company hasn’t changed its design direction and will still let the device’s battery be replaced.

VIA: phoneArena


    • HTC ONE with metal body, front Beats speakers, thin, sleek, stylish combined with almost all the software features with the note lines. I can almost guarantee you if the screen is made same size or bigger than note2 then we have a new king in town period!

      • HTC’s phone is purely form over function. It will not be nearly as functional as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3

    • And you know this because you know the exact specs of the Note 3 and all other phones that will come out to compete? What a joke.

  1. I just wish Sammy would give the phone better stereo surround sound and move the speaker grill somewhere else. I’d also like better noise cancellation on the headphone jack. I hate hearing the whistling in my car in-between audio tracks.

    I’m okay with the plastic housing. Adding metal to a phone that big would put too much weight and bulk on it.

    • What Jody said. My wife’s iPhone 4s outblasts by far the tiny little speakers on my Samsung Galaxy Nexus – hope they have better-quality and louder speakers with the Note III and future Samsung phones.


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