A whole host of leaks have surfaced recently surrounding Samsung’s next handset in the Note series. I’ve been keeping tabs on the various developments, rumours, and leaks and now I’ve put it all in one place! Here is what we ‘know’ so far about the Galaxy Note 3:
It’s a little square:
From the various leaked images of the suspected Samsung Galaxy Note 3 handset we can see that it’s boasts a more rectangular shape than the Galaxy S4, and Galaxy Mega. The images suggest that it’ll come with a 5.99/6.3-inch 1080P Full HD Super AMOLED display hough it’s looking more likely to be 5.99-inches. Much like the leaked Galaxy S3 this might just be a dummy shell for the device and won’t represent the final product.
Rumours have suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will come with the first flexible and unbreakable plastic display. There were also reports of a new design language for the Note 3 but that has since been trashed due to assembly and supply constraints.
Snapdragon 800 under the hood:
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is rumoured to contain an octa-core Snapdragon 800; this will make it the first Note device without Samsung Exynos processor. The Snapdragon 800 is set to bring processing speeds of upto 2.3Ghz and if that’s the case we can probably expect around 2GB of RAM.
Next generation Android:
The Galaxy Note 3 is set to come with either Android 4.2.2 or the rumoured 4.3. We’re expecting Android 4.3 as that seems to be the main leak that’s coming out of current unannounced handsets such as the Xperia ZU
Big ass camera:
Finally rumours are pointing to the Galaxy S Note 3 coming with a huge 13-megapixel camera.
Samsung slip ups:
Samsung have apparently let slip a couple of things surrounding the Galaxy Note 3 such as the apparent model number – SN-N900 and the SN-N900J. Apparently the specs were also revealed but at the time of writing I can’t find any evidence of that.
Don’t forget to check the gallery below for all of the images that are apparently the Galaxy Note 3.
What are your thoughts on an almost 6-inch phablet? Do we really need bigger phones or is it just getting a bit silly? Let us know in the comments below.