Samsung’s rumored Galaxy Note 3 Neo has been all but confirmed at this point thanks to a steady stream of leaked photos and documents, and after its LTE variant passed through the FCC yesterday we have to assume an official launch can’t be far behind.

Aside from confirming that the Note 3 Neo meets FCC regulations to operate in the U.S. if it ever launches here, the documents doesn’t show much else. Thanks to earlier leaks, however, we already have a pretty good idea of what the device will look like inside and out.

Samsung’s upcoming phablet will allegedly offer Galaxy Note II specs inside a Note 3 design. That means it is expected to come equipped with a 5.55-inch 720p Super AMOLED display, an 8-megapixel camera, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of upgradable storage, a 3,100mAh battery and an S Pen. While slightly smaller than the Note 3, it will feature the same sleek rectangular form and faux-leather backing, according to a handful of leaked comparison photos.

There’s no word on when Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 3 Neo, though we wouldn’t be surprised to see the new phablet make an appearance next month at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Then again, the company may choose to make its announcement with a simple press release like it did with the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite earlier this week.

Source FCC