By Anton D. Nagy | December 15, 2013 12:49 AM
The first quarter of 2014 will be a busy one for Samsung, if the rumors that talk about a handful of new phones are true. The Galaxy S 4 will turn one-year old at the and of Q1 2014, so that’s up for a refresh anyways (even if it won’t come as early as some hear-say predicts). However, a certain Galaxy Note 3 Lite has been tipped for MWC 2014, alongside another large-screened phone, the Galaxy Grand Lite.
According to reports from Korea, the Samsung Galaxy Note III Lite production has reportedly started, being a cheaper, more affordable, version of its Note III flagship. It should bring an LCD panel instead of the Super AMOLED HD screen on the Note III, and, if previously there were two sizes rumored (5.5, and 5.7-inches), this last report apparently claims that it has been entered in production with the same dimension as the Note III: 5.7-inches. The camera should also be a more modest one at eight-megapixels.