By Anton D. Nagy | April 14, 2013 1:21 AM
Despite of how much we’d like this to become reality we should treat this with a large dose of skepticism right from the start. Now that we’ve got this out of the way, a recent report, based on “Samsung insider” information, talks about how the South Korean manufacturer is allegedly “worried” about its design and build quality after seeing the success of the HTC One.
That same anonymous source claims knowledge of a revamped Galaxy Note III, to be made out of some sort of metal, probably aluminum, while also ditching the S III, Note II, and S 4 design guidelines. The refresh is expected to be launched, as usual, at this year’s IFA at the end of August, and, according to early rumors, it will pack a six-inch Full HD AMOLED display while being powered by the Exynos 5 Octa CPU.
Bonus rumor: There was a metal Samsung Galaxy S 4, according to the person, which happened to be very popular internally, but the company purportedly decided to keep things as we know they currently are in order to avoid delays and keep a fluid production process.