By Anton D. Nagy | June 10, 2013 4:40 AM
There’s absolutely no doubt that a Samsung Galaxy Note II refresh is arriving this year. So far IFA was the place where the manufacturer announced its phablets, but Samsung might move away from the show. It did move away from MWC for the Galaxy S III.
A Samsung Galaxy Note III prototype leak tries to depict the upcoming device. There aren’t many details aside from the fact that we’re looking at a huge screen with relatively small bezel. The resolution is reportedly Full HD, just as we’d expect. Let the pictures do the talking and you let us know what you think.
If the previous iterations of the Note are any indication, we should expect slightly bumped-up specs from the Galaxy S 4, of course, with a larger screen (six-inches are rumored) and the obligatory S-Pen. That includes the 13-megapixel camera, a probably faster Exynos 5 chip (or Snapdragon 800), and 2GB of RAM.