More images of the purported Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phablet have surfaced on the internet. We’ve already seen prototypes and device specs leaked, but this is the first time we’ve seen solid photos of the phablet.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 purported images
Sonny Dickson posted ten images of the large display panel on Tuesday. Then ETrade Supply also shared high-quality photos with measurements. Zach Epstein for BGR added, “While the design and shape of the purported Note 3 display assembly is quite familiar, the highlight from these images is undoubtedly the observation that the bezel around the Note 3’s display is just 2.2 millimeters thick on the sides, suggesting that the phablet will still be somewhat manageable despite its large 5.68-inch screen. Other key specs include a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor or an eight-core Exynos 5 Octa chipset depending on region, a 13-megapixel camera, 3GB of RAM and a massive battery.”
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Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear to unveil on September 4th
Samsung also confirmed that the anticipated Galaxy Note 3 phablet phone would be unveiled alongside the other highly anticipated Galaxy Gear smartwatch at the IFA in Berlin on September 4th.
Dickson reports that his photos come from a trusted source in China which apparently has access to leaked parts. ETrade Supply reports they got their hands on the display assembly for the Galaxy Note 3.
The Galaxy Note 3 is a major product for Samsung and it could be just the thing to hold them over until they release the Galaxy S5 next year. Unfortunately, the Galaxy S4 proved to be more of a disappointment when it was released earlier this year. The Galaxy S4 was essentially a redux of the S3. Tech fans want more from their smartphone and a repeat of a hit just won’t cut it. Hopefully, the Galaxy Note 3 will spark more interest in Samsung and help their brand.