We had a first glimpse at the alleged front panel of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note III and the internet is taking this a step further, with measurements, as well as comparisons to the current model. Let’s start off with the measurements: those who claim access to the physical component state that, after measurements, the screen will be a 5.68-inch display, with 2.2mm bezels (the actual display is 1.8mm thick).

How does that compare to the display of the Galaxy Note II? Check out the image below! As you can see, it is a tad taller and has more squared off corners. The bezel is definitely narrower than on the current model, and the bottom part, hosting the buttons, is also somewhat narrower.

Of course, there’s always a chance that the actual display pictured above and below is either a prototype, or belonging to another phone. In any case, one week from today, Samsung is holding its special event where everything will be clear, after the official announcement.


Source: ETrade Supply
Via: IntoMobile, SamMobile

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