It’s been less than a month since Samsung announced its new lineup of devices for the fall, but there is still no sign of the various rumored variants of the Galaxy Note 3. Now, just a few days from the October 2nd release of the Galaxy Note 3, Korean tech site ETNews appears to have released information regarding an “entry-level model” of Samsung’s latest smartphone. The entry-level Galaxy Note 3 is rumored to cost 20-30% less to manufacture than the regular model, and Android Community adds that the body of the phone will contain more plastic, the camera will be downgraded to 8-megapixels, and the display will drop to a 720p LCD. There is no word yet on a release date or whether the entry-level Note 3 will ever make it to the U.S.

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