Samsung appears to have inadvertently confirmed the Galaxy Note III, referring to the rumored phablet on two separate User Agent Profiles (AUProf) as the SM-N900T and SM-N900A. Both models come equipped with a 1080 x 1920-pixel display and an ARM11 processor.
The appearance of multiple Galaxy Note III model numbers supports recent rumors that Samsung’s upcoming phablet will launch in several different versions. According to a report from ETNews, the Note III will come in four different variants that all feature the same processor but differ when it comes to display, camera and other hardware. Similar to the Galaxy S4 family, it’s possible that Samsung could release a waterproof Note III Active or a Note III Zoom with an overpowered camera. Another model might feature a metal body instead of the regular plastic to cut down on thickness.
The Galaxy Note III is expected to launch this Sept. in Berlin as part of the 2013 IFA expo. However, it’s unclear if Samsung will unveil the device as part of the event or nearby at a special press conference. The original Note handset was unveiled at the debut of IFA 2011, but the next year Samsung organized a nearby location, suggesting the company is determined to launch its flagship devices at standalone events.