We’re just days away from the supposed unveiling of the Galaxy Note III at IFA in Berlin, and now we may have idea of what we will see on Sept. 4 thanks to a leaked image of a supposed developer’s unit of the handset.
The image discovered by TechKiddy of what is alleged to be the Galaxy Note III doesn’t tell us much, but we can discern a few things such as the phone has much squarish look than the Galaxy Note II did. You can also see down in the bottom right corner where the screen appears to end that the side bezels are noticeably thinner than on the other handsets in the Note line.
Specs of the phone have been circulating for some time but remain unconfirmed. We believe we’ll see 3GB of RAM, a mixture of Snapdragon 800 and Exynos 5420 processors depending on the region, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and a screen of 5.68-inches.
The Galaxy Note III is all but confirmed to be announced at Samsung’s event on Sept. 4, and TechnoBuffalo will be in attendance to bring you all of the coverage.