The Galaxy Note 3 is probably a secret to those who follow GalaxyActu because we talk almost every day this phablet is arguably one of the most anticipated show of the IFA 2013, which, I remind you , is scheduled for September 4. To support this theory, the system has to be mentioned on Samsung SideSync, which is an application to share the screen, windows and data from a Samsung mobile device running Android with that of a PC running Windows 8.
As you can see on the screenshot above, the Galaxy Note 3 should be delivered with preinstalled SideSync function. Furthermore, an interesting tweet that was posted by our colleague SamMobile indicates that the Galaxy Note 3 will also ship with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean at launch, and this version is tested internally right now on a Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Thus, Samsung has always be on the forefront with regard to the version of the operating system it uses? We must not forget that Samsung has actually always been to provide its consumers the latest version of the Android OS, if it refers only Galaxy S4 which was launched with the 4.2.2 version of the Google operating system. Anyway, version 4.3 which is considered a better version Android 4.2.2 brings several new features like support for Open GL ES 3.0 for graphics performance, the ability to create a guest account the support of the BLE and many other improvements.
Anyway, the September 4, is already set for the official announcement of the Galaxy Note 3. As a reminder, the speculation about the Galaxy Note 3 predicting a 5.7-inch screen with full HD resolution with a 800 Snapdragon processor clocked at 2.3 GHz or 5 Exynos Octa which will be supported by a RAM 2 or 3 GB Everything would turn on Android 4.3 with TouchWiz overlay UX Nature Samsung.