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.
Come take a look!
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..