The latest leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 show off what is allegedly the front panel of the devices. While no measurements were provided alongside the images, according to previous leaks the device is set to feature a 5.7-inch diagonal - up from the 5.5" on the Note II.
While the panel follows Samsung's design strategy, the corners are more defined than on the Note II as well, which lends itself to a more business-oriented marketing approach (think BYOD).
We'll find out more about the Note 3 at IFA in Berlin on September 4, where Samsung is expected to officially announce the device.
There's word that the phablet will be powered by either a Snapdragon 800 or Exynos 5 Octa chipset, feature 3GB of RAM and run on Android 4.3, so be sure to check back with us then for all the juicy details.
Update: Several higher resolution shots have since emerged of the same panel, except this time someone remembered to bring a ruler. The display size of the Galaxy Note 3 has now been confirmed at 5.68 inches.
Also revealed is smaller side bezel of only 2.2mm, and an overall panel thickness of 1.8mm.
dear SAMSUNG, if u still did these mistakes (on your upcoming GALAXY NOTE 3), then i bet soon u will lose thousands of your recent customers, trust me. 1) didn't include a FM radio. 2) same boring design. 3) same boring color. 4) same heat...
Hmmmm, still i prefer z1.. We'll see when all the flagship smartphones released officialy.. Then we can compares the real benchmark test and all of its features..
and the ajiphoney has changed since 2oo7...hEllo!