Cheaper Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite to Be Unveiled at MWC in February

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  1. dgstorm

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    According to the latest intel, Samsung plans to offer a cheaper variant of the Galaxy Note 3 at Mobile World Congress in February of next year. This GNote3 "Lite" will supposedly have a slightly lower-end 5.5" or 5.7" display and an 8MP camera instead of the 13MP found in the "full" GNote3.

    That's not the only "lite" device we can expect to see at the MWC event. Supposedly, Sammy is also working on a more affordable version of their Galaxy Grand. This device will likely come with a 5" 480x800 pixels display, 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, 5 MP camera, 1 GB of RAM and a 8 GB of internal memory, plus a 2100 mAh battery.

    Both of these "lite" versions are likely meant to appeal to a budget-conscious crowd. At this time we don't have any details as to when and/or at what price these reduced-spec versions of these devices will debut, but as fast as this year has gone by, February doesn't look too far away. We will keep you updated.

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    "Both of these "lite" versions are likely meant to appeal to a conscious crowd." As a purchaser of the "full" version, I think I resent the implication! :biggrin:
     
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    Oops... typo. Forgot the "budget" part. OP updated. Thanks for the fix!