Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N900S, N900K and SM-SM-N900L) Has Passed DLNA Test


Towards the official release on 4 September to coincide with the IFA 2013 exhibition in Berlin, Samsung reportedly continues the preparation the perfection of the launch of newest flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 3. And based on the latest information released by the DLNA, it’s said that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has been on the list that passed DLNA certification test.

So with the recognition of its success in getting this DLNA, the phablet with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS is now practically officially supports WiFi connectivity (802.11 a / b / g / n / ac). So far there are at least three (3) model number on the market that designed specifically South Korea, the SM-N900S, N900K and SM-SM-N900L.

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