A new rumor reveals that Samsung may have as many as three different Galaxy Note 3 designs in testing.
Sam Mobile reports that an insider has revealed that Samsung is looking at three different internal Galaxy Note 3 versions, one that follows the design lines of the Galaxy S4, one that features a “completely different design,” and one that comes packs a flexible display.
The same insider has also said that the handset we saw in a picture yesterday from a different Galaxy Note 3 rumor was not actually a Galaxy Note 3 prototype. The publication goes on to say that the device in the image we questioned yesterday is actually a ZOPO ZP950, not even a Samsung smartphone.
New images showing any of these three purported Galaxy Note 3 versions have not been provided at this time, nor do we have any specs and features for you from the insider.
Yesterday’s report said that the handset would feature a 5.99-inch Full HD display, Exynos 5 Octa processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, microSD support and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
With all this in mind, we’ll remind you to take everything with a huge grain of salt, as nothing is confirmed by Samsung. The Galaxy Note 3 could be unveiled only later this year, around IFA 2013, the same event where its predecessors were announced, so expect plenty of rumors and leaks in the mean time.