By Anton D. Nagy | June 27, 2013 9:01 AM
Samsung announced the Note II at last year’s IFA in Berlin and is expected to unveil the Note III at the same show in September. However, if the Galaxy S III is any indication (the first Galaxy S unveiled outside of MWC), the Note III might get a separate event, but that’s still up for debate.
According to a recent report from Korea, the Samsung Galaxy Note III might arrive with an LCD screen. We’re heavily relying on automated translation (so there might be a language barrier here), but the report claims that the Note III will also be available with the classic S-AMOLED option. Market availability will depend largely on the specifics of each region, some getting the LCD flavor, while others getting the S-AMOLED variant.
Apparently, high demand for OLED displays is mentioned as a reason for such an alleged move, but until we hear anything more specific, we’ll just stop here.