Alleged Samsung Galaxy Note III front panel photographed next to a Note II
The Samsung Galaxy Note III will definitely be announced on September 4, alongside Samsung’s first wristwatch (apparently called Galaxy Gear). Samsung has done a good job in keeping the Note III’s design hidden until now, and yet we may have an idea on what it looks like.
An alleged front panel of the Note III has appeared on the Web today, luckily sitting next to the older Galaxy Note II. Thanks to the narrower bezel, the new handset is only slightly larger than the Note II – despite the fact that its display is a 5.68 inch one (compared to 5.5 inches).
Sure enough, there’s no way to verify the authenticity of this image at the moment, so the real Note III might look different.
5.68 inch Full HD display aside, the Samsung Galaxy Note should also feature Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, LTE-Advanced connectivity, 3GB of RAM, and a Snapdragon 800, or Exynos 5 processor (depending on version).
ePrice has it that the Galaxy Note III will be available in Taiwan starting September 27. If that’s true, we’ll probably see the new device hitting shelves around the world at about the same time.