Considering that Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note III next week, we’ve seen surprisingly little of the upcoming phablet. Thankfully, Sonny Dickson is here to fix that. The prolific Apple leaker has switched gears today to post a gallery of photos depicting what he claims is the Note III’s front panel. He said he received the component from a “trusted source in China.”
We don’t learn much from the new gallery of Galaxy Note III photos, and Dickson doesn’t give away any specs in his post. However, we do see Samsung’s logo at the top of the device. There’s also a Synaptics chip under the hood, indicating the South Korean company will continue to implement the touch sensor technology.
Based on earlier reports, we expect the Galaxy Note III to come equipped with a 5.68-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, a 13-megapixel rear camera without IOS, a 3,200mAh battery, an S Pen stylus, and run Android 4.3 with Samsung’s own TouchWiz UI on top. Stay tuned phablet fans, we’re in the home stretch now.