The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is set to be the most powerful smartphone in the world if the latest set of leaked specifications are to be believed.
Details of the supposed Galaxy Note 3 have appeared over at SamMobile, who claims that its "trusted inside sources" have let slip on some key specs - and the site does have a decent record when it comes to Samsung leaks.
According to the report the Galaxy Note 3 will arrive packing a punchy octa-core processor, eight-core GPU and a healthy 3GB of RAM.
The screen size debate continues to take numerous twists and turns and the latest suggestion is the Galaxy Note 3 will rock up with a 5.99-inch Full HD display, plus a 13MP camera round the back.
In terms of design the sources reckon the Note 3 will look similar to the Samsung Galaxy Mega, only with a thinner bezel.
We heard yesterday that Samsung was still mulling three different design options - one of them with a flexible display - so it doesn't seem to be cut and dry just yet.
When the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was launched in September last year it took the crown as the world's most powerful smartphone and the Korean firm could well on track to repeat the trick this time around.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch is expected to take place towards the end of August/ the start of September to co-inside with IFA 2013 in Berlin, so keep your eyes peeled for then.