The rumors around Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note III haven't slowed down one bit, and are only getting worse. We've heard anything from a flexible display, all the way to a 6.3-inch phablet. However, the latest reports are going against the "confirmed" 5.99-inch screen specs and are now claiming it will be 5.7-inches instead. And that's not all.
Earlier this week a few reports surfaced that the Note 3 will come equipped with 3GB of RAM, as well as an impressive 13 megapixel camera with image stabilization and more. That report confirmed the 5.99-inch screen size we've been hearing for the past month, but today's rumor makes more sense.
The original Note was 5.3-inches, then the Note II comes in at 5.5-inches, so following that trend the new Note III with a 5.7-inch 1080p HD display sounds perfect. Many have speculated Samsung jumped right to 5.99-inches instead, but we have a feeling the former is correct. Today according to UnwiredView and "industry officials" we've learned the Galaxy Note III will be revealed on September 4th at IFA.
This really isn't news, to be honest, considering the last two were also revealed at IFA. So we've been assuming this all along. However, they state a pre-IFA Samsung unpacked event will take place on the 4th (IFA starts September 6th) and Samsung will take the stage and limelight to announce their new smartphone/tablet hybrid.
A 5.7-inch 1920 x 1080p display, quad-core Snapdragon 800 at 2.3 GHz with 3GB of RAM (or Samsung's 8-core chip) a 13 megapixel camera, and the latest version of Android. Sounds pretty nice right? We'll be at IFA live, as always, but expect plenty more reports and rumors before that date ever arrives.