Well, whaddya know. The much-discussed Samsung Galaxy Note 3 didn’t pop up at yesterday’s launch event after all, though the smart money has always been on IFA 2013.
In the meantime, we’re getting another purported look at the probably massive Samsung Galaxy Note 3, this time with a curved Galaxy Note 2-style corner.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 leak comes from twitter user @punkpanda, based in Albuquerque and with protected tweets.
However, said protection hasn’t stopped the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 pic spreading across the web (thanks, gforgames), like some sort of… uhm… leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 3 pic.
As you can no doubt tell from my in(s)ane rambling, there’s not a whole lot we can garner from the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 3 pic, though @punkpanda says it has a 6in display, with the screen accounting for 84% of the device’s front.
The rumour mill can’t quite settle on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 design. Unbreakable/flexible display? HTC One-inspired metallic case? Nah, probably not. We don’t imagine the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will look a whole lot different from the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
However, it’s what’s on the inside that counts, possibly including an Exynos 5 Octa processor, 8-core Mali 450 GPU and 3GB of RAM, all powering the latest version of Android.
The previous Samsung Galaxy Notes launched at IFA in Berlin. IFA 2013 gets underway in September.