Leaked photos might just have given us our first tenative look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, ahead of next week’s press event that some anticipate could see the unveiling of the handset.
Sourced by Techtastic and SamMobile, the snaps show what we’re assured is a prototype version of Samsung’s third-generation phablet, despite the fact that it packs a less rounded design than earlier editions and opts for a squared-off look that recalls recent Sony Xperia kits.
Although it’s hard to discern too much from a work in progress, it is notable that the handset appears to feature a small bezel that marks it out as a Galaxy Note kit rather than an addition to the similarly specc’d Galaxy Tab range of devices.
Functions of the phone remain under wraps. But previous reports indicate it will be home to a 5.99-inch Super AMOLED display, an eight-core processor and a 13-megapixel camera.
The trademark S Pen, along with new stylus-optimised functions, is a dead cert to be on board, as is the latest version of Android – Jelly Bean or Key Lime Pie – and the usual slew of Samsung customisations that come under the Nature UX banner.
Was this article helpful?