Recently submitted for Bluetooth standard certification, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has got certified by Bluetooth SIG, and which gives further evidence that the release date of the phablet is near.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was spotted in the database of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (Bluetooth SIG) last week, which adds further credence to the rumors that see a market release of phablet in September. While the Unpacked event Episode has already confirmed by Samsung.

The Bluetooth SIG is the organization that oversees the Bluetooth standard ensuring the thousands of devices that use this technology are compatible with each other. To do this, the equipment manufacturers using Bluetooth technology must register their products before releasing them, and this usually happens just before the public launch of the same.

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Therefore, if the Galaxy Note 3 has just been registered to the Bluetooth SIG, this is a proof that the new Android phablet is now ready and will soon be available in stores. The South Korean company will introduce a new phablet on September 4, at Mobile Unpacked event and the gadget would just be the next device of the Galaxy Note lineup. So it seems reasonable that the company has already planned to hit store shelves for sale within the same month.

According to numerous leaks emerged in the past, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 should be aesthetically similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 2, even though the display will increase from the current 5.5 inches to 5.7 inches, and the phablet will be slightly larger. The gadget will run on the latest version Android 4.3 Jelly Bean equipped with an eight-core Exynos processor or a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, depending on the version dedicated to the various markets.

Additionally, there are also rumors that speak of the possible launch of Galaxy Gear – a SmartWatch device will go along with Galaxy Note 3 on September 4.

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