It seems to be just a matter of time before the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 gets launched officially for good, but until then, we have got to rely on the usual surfeit of leaks that are commonplace with every impending Samsung device launch. The latest leak confirms some of the rumored specs of the Note 3, adds in a couple of its own, and has a new photo of the phablet to boot! Read on to know more about the leak below the break.
According to the leaked report, the Galaxy Note III will run on a Snapdragon 800 processor and will support LTE networks up to 150 mbps speeds. It will come with the version of Android released yesterday – Jelly Bean 4.3. The phablet will have the typically huge screen as is customary with the Note series, with a 5.7-inch screen. It will be powered by a whopping 3GB of RAM as well.
The decision to stick to a screen size of ‘just’ 5.7 inch screens is said to be a conservative measure on Samsung’s part, following the less than satisfactory sales figures of the gigantic Galaxy Mega series of phablets released recently.
While only Samsung could call the size of a phone with a 5.7 inch screen ‘conservative’, there is plenty of evidence to show that the Galaxy Note series of phablets has a huge number of willing buyers, and in the larger scheme of things (pun not intended), the size of the screen would be a marginal increase over its predecessor, along with having some pretty incredible specs from the looks of it.