Many expect the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite to arrive over the next few weeks but some could be disappointed with the screen quality of the mobile phone.
New reports indicate that the Lite means that it will bring less display resolution as the device is expected to downgrade from full HD to 720p quality.
The information was spotted in a user agent profile, which also says that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite will stay at 5.7 inches in size but it won't benefit from the Android 4.4 KitKat upgrade.
However, this could change when the smartphone is actually launched and users may be able to update it from the Android 4.3 it currently runs.
Other reports estimate that the handset will bring an eight-megapixel camera rather than the 13-megapixel shooter found on Galaxy Note 3.
However, finer details such as how much it will cost and where it will be available, remains unknown. Though with the Mobile World Congress (MWC) just around the corner, it could be the perfect stage for Samsung to debut the handset.
Posted by Clare Marshall