By Anton D. Nagy | July 26, 2013 5:08 AM
As with LG’s G2, the Samsung Galaxy Note III does a lousy job at hiding from the headlines (and from the camera). Of course, as we said with the occasion of the previous leak, these images might be the real deal, or they might have nothing in common with what we’ll see at IFA; Samsung is known to conceal its products pretty well.
On that note, the device above is claimed to be the Galaxy Note II follow-up. Furthermore, a recent Samsung Galaxy S III note leak report claims to have knowledge from Samsung insiders that the device will have a 5.7-inch screen, opposed to previous rumors of 5.99 inches. Apparently, if the report is accurate, Samsung has indeed tested a six-incher but, given the market’s response to the Mega phones, the company decided to keep it “conservative”.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with LTE-A capabilities is rumored to power the phablet and 3GB of RAM are the consensus when it comes to memory. A 13-megapixel camera will be probably borrowed from the Galaxy S 4, alongside probably most of the design cues.