The Galaxy Note 3 was already rumored a while ago, with a screen size of 5.9-inches. Then, it was said that the device will feature a 5.7-inches display. After that, there were rumors regarding the testing of a 6 inch screen size and it seems that the company hasn’t decided yet on the screen size; if it were for us to consider the listings on the logistics site Zaumba. According to this, Samsung shipped 5.5, 5.7 and 5.99-inch variants of the Note 3, for testing and evaluation only, in the last couple of months. We can’t tell weather the Galaxy Note 3 will come in more variants (with a flexible OLED, standard OLED, and an LCD display) or the company will only choose one of the three.
Although some images of that it appears to be the Galaxy Note 3 already leaked last week, it is uncertain what the screen size might be. The company still has time to decide, as the phablet is set to be released September 4th. However, they haven’t figured out yet the design or hardware, according to our source. Everything about this device is unconfirmed at the time, although there’s only a month until the rumored official release date.
As for the specs, the Note 3 is expected to include an Exynos 5 Octa/Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, 13-megapixel camera (with optical image stabilization perhaps), LTE-A connectivity and run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS. The phablet should also come with an S Pen, like previous models. As we said, nothing confirmed yet. Happily, we won’t have to wait for too long, so let’s hope Samsung makes the best decision for their Note 3. We are also wondering what the price tag might be and where it will first be released. We’ll get back to you when we find out more, for sure.