The electronics giant is now expecting to reach 30 percent of sales of the Galaxy Note 3 lineup with this upcoming device. Previously it was speculated that Samsung is experimenting two different display sizes of this smartphone, but this latest report suggests that the screen size will remain at 5.68-inch as Samsung wants to keep the benefits of the S Pen intact with this Lite version of Galaxy Note 3.

There is no official confirmation about this device in the market but continuous reports, from company’s internal sources, have managed to maintain a market buzz about this much-hyped smartphone. It is also believed that rollout plans by Samsung of Note 3 Lite variant are restricted to few markets and may not be available globally at the time of its launch.

According to Samsung, Galaxy Note 3 had already touched the 10 million units shipped mark. Galaxy Note 3 took two months to reach this milestone mark, while Samsung Galaxy Note II took four months, and the original Galaxy Note took nine months, claims the company.