It’s that time of year when we’re literally (not literally) drowning in new iPhone and new Samsung Galaxy Note rumours.
Having already scribbled about the iPhone 5S launch earlier today (September 10, we're told again), it’s time to talk Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs.
The latest Samsung Galaxy Note 3 spec sheet comes via SamMobile. Or should I say spec sheets?
See, there are two variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 listed, specifically the LTE-compatible SM-N9005, and the LTE-less SM-900.
Shared Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs include a 5.68in Super AMOLED display (1920 x 1080), 13MP rear camera with Optical Image Stabilisation and 16/32/64GB internal storage (augmentable via microSD).
Other Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs listed include a 3,200mAh battery (not 3,450mAh then?) and the latest version of Mountain View’s ubiquitous smartphone OS, namely Jelly Bean Android 4.3.
The non-LTE Samsung Galaxy Note 3 supposedly has an Exynos 5 Octa processor clocked at 1.8GHz, with an ARM Mali-T628 MP6 GPU.
The CPU and GPU for the LTE-compatible Samsung Galaxy are “unconfirmed”, though it’s said to rock 3GB of RAM.
Previous Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumours touted the notion of three display sizes, specifically 5.5in, 5.7in and 6in. There’s no mention of that here, though SamMobile does say there’ll be “at least” two variants (i.e. the two it lists and possibly others).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch is seemingly confirmed for September 4, which is actually a couple of days before IFA 2013 opens its doors properly. Oh, Samsung.