It’s now just over 24 hours till the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 becomes a phablet-flavoured reality, but the rumour mill shows now sign of slowing down as we enter the eleventh hour.
As we await the official Samsung Galaxy Note 3 announcement, we’re being treated to screenshots of the About screen and an alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 3 benchmark.
No surprises for guessing that said screenshots come from twitter's @evleaks, king of the visual leaks.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 About screenshot confirms the presence of Jelly Bean (Android 4.3), while the benchmark thing we’re largely shrugging at for the usual reasons; it don’t mean Jack.
Accompanying the screenshot, @evleaks has some “alleged” Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs, starting with a quad-core processor clocked at 2.3GHz. That’ll presumably be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor on the LTE-friendly Samsung Galaxy Note 3, while the non-LTE units will be powered by the Exynos 5 Octa.
Other “alleged” Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs include 2.5GB of RAM (it had been rumoured to rock as much as 3GB), and – completely unsurprisingly – a 1080p display, as if that had to be clarified at this stage.
We’ll bring you all the latest on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 price, availability, etc, just as soon as it happens tomorrow.