There are still a couple of months ahead before Samsung gets to announce the Galaxy Note III. So we’re far from having a complete picture of what the device is going to bring. However, we can now pretty much confirm that the new Note has the model number SM-N900 – as rumored in early June.
Two slightly different versions of the SM-N900 have appeared recently in UAProfiles over at Samsung’s official website: SM-N900A and SM-N900T. The profiles unveil that the Note III has a Full HD (1920 x 1020) display – everyone expected that anyway.
Meanwhile, Korean website ET News reports that the Galaxy Note III may have four different hardware configurations: a limited “premium” edition with unbreakable AMOLED screen and 13MP rear camera, an edition with normal AMOLED screen, 13MP rear camera and plastic body, an edition with LCD screen and 13MP camera (we’ve heard about this before), and – finally – another LCD screen variant with an 8MP rear camera. The last model should be the cheapest of them all.
Obviously, all screens should have the same size: possibly 5.7 inches. That aside, the Note III should feature a quad-core or eight-core processor, and most probably Android 4.3. More details are likely going to be unveiled soon, so stick around.