The sales of the water- and dust-proof Galaxy S4 Active are apparently going strong when Samsung is thinking to create a similar version of the Galaxy Note 3.
According to the Korean media outlet ETnews and brought to our attention by GforGames, the world’s largest smartphone maker is already working on the Galaxy Note 3 Active but we’re not sure whether this device will ever be released or not.
Sony is already offering the Xperia Z and the new Xperia Z1 that come with this capability, and perhaps Samsung thinks the Japanese company has some kind of advantage for selling water-resistant devices.
Thus far we haven’t seen a single water-proof phablet (as far as I know), and that could be Sammy’s key selling point here. They would be able to say they’ve made another “world’s first” device and score some PR points along the way. We’ll see where this goes and in the meantime we’re eager to know – would you go for the water-proof Galaxy Note 3 or not?
UPDATE: I almost forgot about the Sony Xperia Z Ultra. It IS the world’s first water-proof phablet. Thanks to Gitzz for pointing that out.