New alleged Galaxy Note III pic arrives; should we buy it?

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We’ve already seen imagery leak of what’s supposed to be Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note III, but it’s been notoriously difficult to gauge the legitimacy of some of these finds; earlier this month, some potential pics surfaced, but growing suspicion suggested they might be more like Galaxy Mega 6.3 development hardware, instead. Today, we’ve got a new contender, but will it finally instill us with faith that we’re looking at the real deal? We’re not so sure.

First up, check out that crazy-thin bezel – that looks like it could even best the GS4. But we’re not going to let a tiny bezel distract us from this pic’s problems.

There’s something just slightly off about that on-screen image, for one; it may just be our eyes playing tricks on us due to the angle of the shot, but some of those lines that should be parallel with screen edges seem a bit out of alignment.

We’re also concerned about the lack of space for a Samsung logo above the screen, as we’re so used to seeing. We suppose it could go elsewhere, but that would be decidedly unusual.

Are we just being too paranoid about these Galaxy Note III pics, or do you also get the sense that there’s something wrong with this guy?

Source: G for Games
Via: GSM Arena

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