Remember when we talked about Samsung’s plan to focus on entry-level devices starting from next year? Well, it appears that plans are already underway for a low to mid-end phablet to hit the market in February 2014. Although not much is currently known about the specifics, it seems that Samsung is determined to stick to the plan of making entry-level devices from now on.
As a matter of fact, Samsung is looking to manufacture half of million such devices by the end of January. Whether or not the Note 3 Lite will be good enough to warrant such sales we can only wait and see. It also seems that Galaxy Note 3 Lite will be officially released during MWC 2014 in Barcelona.
One of our main concerns about the device is its image. Until now, Galaxy Note has been viewed as state-of-the-art technology, only available to those who aren’t afraid of spending the amount of money required for such a high quality product. Now with Samsung’s decision to focus their manufacturing capabilities on the entry-level market, we can’t help but wonder how good these devices will really be? Will they still function at Galaxy Note standards, or will they behave like most entry-level devices on the market?