By Stephen Schenck | August 30, 2013 4:40 PM
It may not be quite the free-for-all that we’ve been seeing with the iPhone 5S and 5C, but there have been a good number of rumors associated with Samsung’s Galaxy Note III, and just the other day we got a nice look at a leaked front panel for the upcoming phablet. That was a very interesting find, letting us do some comparisons to the Note II, but it sure won’t be the only color option the Note III gets at launch. Besides the black front panel we saw, we’ve heard of plans for a white GN3, and today we get to take a look at a matching white front panel.
Don’t let those black bits confuse you – what you’re seeing below includes some shots of the reverse side of the panel, blacked-out presumably to help with light leakage. Of course, capacitive buttons don’t get the same treatment, and that’s why they appear white.
We’ll take little teasers like this for now, but in just a few days our attention is going to be soundly focused on fully-assembled Note III hardware, instead, with Samsung expected to finally go public with this year’s Note model at its IFA event scheduled for next Wednesday.