Galaxy Note 3 'Lite' leak suggests 720p display

Samsung's user agent profile makes mention of a device called the SM-N750 -- supposedly the model number of the rumored Note Lite without LTE.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Seek and ye shall find: the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Josh Miller/CNET

As we polish off the last of the Quality Street and stretch out the leftovers to one final turkey sandwich, our thoughts inevitably turn to slimming down a bit. Samsung is making the same new year's resolution with the rumored "Lite" version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 -- which will apparently sport a 720p screen.

A device called the SM-N750 has appeared in Samsung's user agent profile. That's reported to be the model number of the rumored Note Lite without LTE. In among the specs is mention of a 720p screen.

The current Note 3 boasts a Full HD 1,920x1,080-pixel screen, powered by a 2.3GHz quad-core processor and generous 3GB of RAM.

Read more of " Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite set for 720p screen, leak shows " at Crave UK.

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