Samsung is said to be priming three different versions of its forthcoming Galaxy Note 3. The Korean giant will apparently release 5.5-inch, 5.7-inch and 6-inch variants of the device, according to leaked logistics documents.
The three devices appear to have been shipped from Korea to India for testing purposes in recent weeks. Each one has a similar codename, N900, which has cropped up in previous documentation regarding the Galaxy Note 3.
However, this time there are extra letters to mark out each model size, with the documents confirming each handset’s screen measurements.
Other specs already revealed by tipsters include a 13-megapixel camera, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and 4G smarts. There’s also talk of the Galaxy Note 3 rocking a flexible display.
Samsung has already shown its willingness to diversify its top-end brands in order to snag as many punters as possible. The Galaxy S4 is also available as a Mini version, with the S4 Zoom camera phone and S4 Active completing the line up.
The Galaxy Note 3 (in all three variants) is expected to be unveiled at this year’s IFA tech trade show in Berlin.
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