Samsung is seeking to offer its new Galaxy Note3 phablet in Automn with AT&T, according to sources from Korea.
The company will showcase a a mock-up version of the upcoming Note3 during a senior-level meeting with AT&T this week in Suwon, Seoul, an executive at Samsung's main parts supplier disclosed today to The Korea Times.
AT&T is one of the major vendors for Samsung's devices.
The Galaxy Note3 will reportedly have a 5.9-inch display using an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) for full high-definition (HD) viewing quality. The 'phablet' will be also reportedly powered by Samsung's in-house octa-core processor and support Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology.
However, the decision as to whether the firm will use a bendable display has yet to be reached.
The Note3 is exepcted to be officially unveiled in August at the IFA trade fair in Berlin, Germany.
A budget, 6.3-inch phablet is also in the works with the company expected to introduce the model in the first half of this year. This one will most probably feature an LCD display.