Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 has been given the concept-phones treatment
The upcoming Galaxy Note 3 remains a secret, but a talented and imaginative user over at concept-phones.com has given the phone the full treatment in a mocked up render which shows what the device could offer, should Samsung decide to pull out all the stops and bring a cutting edge device to market.
The render shows a device that the world would definitely welcome with open arms though, running on dual 4-core CPU’s clocked to 2GHz and 1.4GHz respectively and with a 5.9-inch display, 4GB RAM and 64 and 128GB storage options available. The artist also gives their device a 16-megapixel primary camera bristling with the latest photographic perks and tops the whole shebang off with a portion of Key Lime Pie.
Whether the real Galaxy Note 3 will mirror any of this has yet to be seen but rumors point to the render not being a million miles away from the monster that Samsung is readying. Gossip suggests that the Korean manufacturer’s third-gen phablet will indeed rock an 8-core CPU which is said to be the company’s Exynos 5 Octa, and that around 4GB RAM and 64/128GB storage options could well figure too – not to mention support for micro SD cards, though whether that will extend to 128GB cards isn’t yet known.
Other mooted specs for the device include a 12-megapixel camera, rather than the beastly 16-megapixel offering in the concept and a 6-inch screen which is rumored to be a 1080P Omega AMOLED offering which could hit with a pixel density of 440PPI, giving the phablet some seriously pin-sharp visual ability.
The decision to sketch the Galaxy Note 3 concept up with Key Lime Pie on-board is likely a sage one too, with the next iteration of Google’s wildly successful mobile OS looking set to launch this May, in plenty of time to be included, TouchWiz UI and all, in the proposed Q3 release of the Galaxy Note 3.