Although still introducing their new Galaxy S4 smartphone to the worldwide market, it’s unlike Samsung to ever stop and take a breather. So with that, their next top-tier handheld said to be receiving all-star treatment: their updated Galaxy Note III is in the news.
Some alleged images of the device leaked the other day along with some specs, as well as some other related rumors throughout the last few months. Today, some more rumored news surrounding the device comes to us from SamMobile.
An anonymous though trustworthy source told the Samsung blog that the company’s updated Galaxy Note will pack the hyped eight-core microprocessor, the Exynos 5 Octa and an eight-core Mali 450 GPU. It will allegedly also include 3GB of internal RAM and a 13-megapixel camera and potentially run on Android 4.3.
Rumors still point to a 5.9-inch screen for the Note III; now we understand that it’s screen will feature a full-HD Super AMOLED display with diamond pixel structure, the same as on the Galaxy S4. The Note III will be the same size as Samsung’s Galaxy Mega 5.8, but with a smaller bezel along the edges.
The report also states that the Note III could be the first device from Samsung that includes their flexible OLED screen, though that’s dependent on the release of said technology.
Samsung is expected to unveil the device as IFA 2013 in Berlin.