The Galaxy Note 3, a rumored device that will continue the phablet legacy that was born and cradled in Samsung’s very own hands has been talked a lot about in the last couple of months.
As rumors circulate, we’ve learnt that the large handset may have a 5.99 inch Super AMOLED display, a 13 megapixel rear camera, a powerful Snapdragon 800, or possibly the Exynos Octa core processor (or a variant for both,) S-Pen capabilities and of course Samsung’s TouchWiz Nature UX laid out on top of the most up-to-date version of Android at the time.
We may also have an idea about what the new phablet may look like thanks to alleged images of a prototype Galaxy Note III from Sammobile.
It’s not 100% definitely a Galaxy Note 3, but it certainly isn’t any other handset. The closest smartphone to these images is the Galaxy Mega 6.3, but dimensions and bezel size are too different for the images to be of a Galaxy Mega.
Sammobile are usually a good source for rumors when it comes to Samsung products, so this could well be a prototype model of the Note 3.
As the word prototype suggests, it’s unlikely this is the full build, and we may see something completely different at launch.