South Korean electronics giant Samsung has reportedly had the successor of its 2012 tablet leaked – the Samsung Galaxy Note III – along with its specifications.
It states the screen will have a 5.99-inch full HD 1,920 x 1,080 display, while powered by the Exynos 5410 Octa chipset – containing A15 and A7 processors, clocked at 2GHz and 1.7GHz, respectively.
There is also thought to be 3GB of RAM onboard, and it is believed to be officially unveiled in August, at Berlin’s IFA consumer electronics show.
That event is the traditional launching platform for the Note range, where the Note II was unveiled at the 2012 show, and the original, at IFA in 2011.
The image highlights the purported 2013 flagship device alongside the Samsung Galaxy S4, which went on sale over the weekend – with pre-ordering being fulfilled on Friday of last week.
SamMobile has noted the model number of a GT-i9500 was used to define the phone, where Samsung usually runs with the prefix of N in its note series.
It has also mentioned the alleged device has a bezel that it is too big to be the Note III; we will just have to wait and see what is announced in August – stay tuned.
It now appears that the image was a fake and is actually the ZOPO ZP950, according to SamMobile. Its insider has confirmed the company is working on three prototypes, where this isn’t one of them.
One of these has the design of the S4, and another a different set-up, and the last – a flexible display.