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Samsung planning Galaxy Note III ‘lite’ for February launch: report

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Dec
2013

The Korean tech colossus has a history of launching a flagship product and then tweaking it to make it more affordable and in the case of its smartphones, the tweak is in terms of size — hence last years Galaxy SIII Mini and this years Galaxy SIV Mini, which offer many of the same features as their bigger brothers but in a smaller form. According to ET News, to help build on the already remarkable sales of its latest phablet, the Galaxy Note III (10 million and counting), Samsung is building a ‘lite edition aimed at consumers with wide — but not necessarily deep — pockets, which will use a cheaper 5.68-inch LCD display (rather than the top models full HD Super AMOLED screen). ET News claims that Samsung hopes the new phablet will account for 30 percent of its phablet sales and theres the catch.

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