Samsung is expected to unveil the rumored Galaxy Note 3 Lite early this year, and now a user agent profile (UAProf) uncovered on the company’s site reveals a few of the upcoming device’s specs. The SM-N750—allegedly a non-LTE version of the budget-friendly phablet—will sport a 720p display and run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, though it’s still possible the device will launch running KitKat out of the box.
Based on previous reports, the new device is expected to be an overall downgrade from the flagship Galaxy Note 3, though it’s unclear if the new phablet will actually be lighter as well. The Note 3 Lite will also allegedly sport an 8-megapixel rear camera and an LCD display, down from the 13 megapixel shooter and Super AMOLED screen featured in the Note 3.
A cheaper version of the Galaxy Note 3 would be a first for Samsung, which has previously restricted its family of “Note” phablets to high-end products. However, given the popularity of the 5.68-inch handset it makes sense to release a cheaper version. We won’t know anything for sure until Samsung makes an official announcement, but at this point the rumored handset seems all but confirmed