Well there has been no one for now who is digging into the architecture of the LTE Samsung Galaxy Note 3 lately. But for the fans who are planning for this are will be surprised to see a few new things in the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 LTE. Well that is a New Qualcomm Chip which is basically meant for increasing energy efficiency of the device.
GigaOM says that the LTE Galaxy Note 3 version contains a “Qualcomm chip called an envelope tracker,” that improves the power-efficiency related to LTE connectivity.
Basically to differentiate between the 3G and LTE this was what GigaOM has to say about it !
The best explanation was given to [GigaOM] last year by Jeremy Hendy, VP of sales and marketing at envelope tracking pioneer Nujira: LTE is classical music. 3G is heavy metal. Classical music has long quiet interludes punctuated with wild crescendos, while heavy metal is pretty uniform in loudness. Heavy metal is going to sound just as good (or bad) on any amp, but classical music requires much higher power to capture its nuance.
“You need a high-powered amp for LTE otherwise the signal is distorted,” Hendy said. “That’s why the power on an LTE [handset] is so bad. For every 4 watts you put in you only get 1 watt out.”
Also well like to let you know that the Note 3 will be in Market with 2 Models, One will be the LTE powered with Snapdragon Qualcomm 800 processor and a non-LTE version with an Exynos 5 Octa chip. The handset packs 3200mAh Li-Ion battery.