First picture and specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

A new rumor reveals certain specs for the upcoming third-generation Galaxy Note model, although we’re yet to see the device confirmed by Samsung.

The report mentions the display, processor and RAM for the Galaxy Note 3, but also other specs details, as follows :

5.99-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 resolution)
Exynos 5410 Octa processor with 2.0GHz quad-core A15 CPU and 1.7GHz quad-core A7 CPU
3GB of RAM
32GB of storage
microSD support
Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
Chinese site MyDrivers also provides an image (see below) of two Samsung handsets. What appears to be the Galaxy Note 2 sits on the right side of a bigger model, supposedly the Galaxy Note 3. The image also appears to reveal the model number for this purported Galaxy Note 3 model, I9500, which is really puzzling.

The Galaxy Note has model number GT-N7000, while the Galaxy Note 2 has model number GT-N7100, so I9500 doesn’t make any sense considering especially considering that GT-I9500 happens to be the model number for the international version of the recently launched Galaxy S4.

We’ll also remind you that Samsung has already announced a couple of smartphones that are bigger than the Galaxy Note 2. These are the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3, part of a new Galaxy subfamily of devices.

Samsung Galaxy Phablets (2)

The Chinese site also seems to suggest that the new Galaxy Note 3 could be made official in mid-June, which is a lot earlier than expected. Previous rumors indicated that Samsung would unveil the handset at IFA 2013 in September, the same event where the previous Notes were announced.

That said, we’ll hold firmly to our grain of salt when going this new Galaxy Note 3 rumor, as there’s no way of confirming any of the details in this new Galaxy Note 3 rumor yet.


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