The Samsung Galaxy Note III is no secret, and as we all know will be officially unveiled in Berlin tomorrow, September 4th. With leaks appearing almost daily along with new rumors, today we have something a little different. Based on leaked real images of the front panel added to a few other leaks as of late we have a concept (not real) image of what the Galaxy Note III could look like.
What you see above is a concept that was put together by Stellist Design using the same leaked front panel we saw last week, along with the wallpaper, and a few other specs. It isn't a final look, but probably extremely close to what Samsung will be showing us come tomorrow afternoon live on stage.
We know the device will be coming in with a large 5.68-inch display, and reports suggest it won't be much larger than the previous Note II, thanks to those super sleek and small bezels you see above surrounding the 1080p screen. Below is another render from the same team, comparing it to the Note II, but we're not too sure if the sizing will be accurate or not.
With a 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and likely 3GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel camera, a full 1080p HD display and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean all on board the Galaxy Note III is set to be quite the competitor to anything released over the next 6 months. And we'll know absolutely all the details come tomorrow live in Berlin for IFA. Who wants one?