According to SamMobile, the independent and fairly reliable Samsung blog, there will be two models, one with the eight-core processor on the 3G variant, while the LTE variant will sport the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.
According to the site, the Galaxy Note III LTE will be powered by the Snapdragon 800 processor with an Adreno 330 GPU, while the Galaxy Note III 3G version will feature the Samsung Exynos 5420 Octa with an ARM Mali-T628 MP6 GPU.
A 3 GB LPDDR3 (Channel A+B – 12.8Gbit+12.8Gbit) RAM will feature in both variants.
SamMobile has put together a comprehensive list of which territories and carriers will get which Note 3 variant, with the Brits lucky enough to get both the Snapdragon 800 LTE variant (H3G, O2, Vodafone) and the eight-core 3G variant (Carphone Warehouse).
The US seemingly only have the Snapdragon LTE model listed through AT&T alongside its country code. Aussies also looks to miss out on the Exynos 5 Octa, while the LTE model is listed through Optus, Telstra and Vodafone.
Of course, Samsung will probably later add to this list, so perhaps the US and Australia won't be left behind after all.
We're inclined to put faith in this list and spec details though, if only because it is so comprehensive, but we'd still take all this with a grain of salt until Samsung's Unpacked event on September 4, when the Galaxy Note 3 is expected to be launched.
There's still a few weeks left until the Unpacked event, so why not catch up on everything we've heard so far about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3?