It’s largely accepted that Samsung is beavering away on a Galaxy Note 3 in a top-secret lab somewhere, much like we know to expect an Apple iPhone 5S and a, uhm, Samsung Galaxy S5 in due course.
The rumour mill can’t quite settle on a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 display size, and the latest whispers suggest it’ll in fact come in three different options. What the…?
The three Samsung Galaxy Note 3 display sizes are listed on something called Zauba, which seemingly acts as a database for devices being imported to and exported from India.
These models are apparently coming into India “FOR TESTING & EVALUATION & NOT FOR RETAIL SALE” and “FOR R & D PURPOSE”.
In particular, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 display size is listed at 5.5in, 5.7in (same as the smaller Samsung Galaxy Mega) and 6in. The first Samsung Galaxy Note weighed in at 5.3in, while the more recent Samsung Galaxy Note 2 measured 5.5in diagonally.
Oddly, the first Samsung Galaxy Note was pretty much laughed out of the building on account of its size, but with bigger phones ultimately proving popular of late, the flagship Samsung Galaxy S4 is in fact just 0.3in smaller.
Other rumoured Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs include 3GB of RAM, a 13MP rear camera, and possibly the new Exynos 5 Octa processor. And heck, those unbreakable display rumours refuse to die also.
While nothing has been said officially just yet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch will almost certainly go down at IFA in Berlin in early September, as per Note tradition.