The image above, was reported by SamMobile that it was in fact the Galaxy Note 3. Apparently due to a comment someone left, it is not, so SamMobile did some research, and according to their insider, it is in fact not the Note 3. That device is codenamed ZOPO ZP950, another phabelt with mid-ranged specs. Also reported by their insider, is that Samsung has three different prototypes of the Galaxy Note 3 floating around. I guess they are having difficulties sticking with the same design.
So the three prototypes that are floating around, all have completely different designs. One has the same old Galaxy S design we have come use to seeing. Another, has a completely different design from the Galaxy S line we are use to seeing. And finally, there is one with a flexible display. Pretty much they have, boring, better, and fantastic. Seems to me that that if they want the new phablet as the “next big thing,’ they better go with a different design with that flexible display.
Specs of the Galaxy Note 3 have also been unearthed. The Note 3 will apparently be rocking a 5.99” Full HD display, Exynos 5410 Octa with the A15 processor clocked at 2.0 GHz, that will most likely be the international variant of the device. Us over here in the states will probably get the A7 processor at 1.7 GHz version, which still packs quite a punch.
So that is all the Galaxy Note 3 news from the weekend all rolled up into one ball of phablet goodness. We still are months away from IFA where the Note 3 is rumored to be unveiled. Let us know what you guess think of the specs and prototypes.