By Stephen Schenck | June 14, 2013 3:34 PM
What evidence have we seen so far for Samsung’s next high-end phablet, the Galaxy Note III? There’s been plenty of talk, sure, but some of the recent pictures purporting to be the Note III raised enough questions to have us doubting what they really showed. We also saw the name “Galaxy Note III” appear in a document on a Kazakhstani Samsung site, tied to a model number, but Samsung quickly edited that away. Now that model number – or at least something close to it – is surfacing again, this time attached to an image on Picasa.
That doc referred to the GN3 as Samsung’s model SM-N9000. At the time, that seemed pretty odd (and frankly, it still does) since it’s very unlike the numbers the first two Notes got. In any case, it’s now back, dropping the trailing 0 (as does occasionally happens) and calling itself the SM-N900.
The picture itself isn’t that interesting, but at a little north of nine megapixels (presumably cropped) this does support the idea of another 13-megapixel camera. Now if we could just get some confirmation for some of the phablet’s other specs, which still have us guessing.