We have certainly seen plenty of Galaxy Note III related leaks and as of today it looks like another has arrived. This latest is offering a look at what the handset may look like. There is also a little bit of talk about the camera. Specifically, this leak is suggesting the Note III will have a 13 megapixel camera with Xenon flash.
There was also mention of the phablet having a dedicated camera button. If nothing else, the combination of the camera button and Xenon flash makes it seem like Samsung is putting more focus towards using the handset as a camera. That aside, the other part of this leak are the sketches.
These have come by way of the Dutch language SIM Only Radar site who mention they received these two sketches by way of an unnamed tipster. The sketches are said to have come by way of the official user manual for the Samsung SM-N900 -- a device that has come to be known as the Galaxy Note III.
You can get a look at those sketches here in the post, but it is important to remember that these are leaked and as such -- they are firmly in the rumor category at the moment. With that reminder out of the way, the design does match a style that one would expect from the Note III. Otherwise, Samsung is also expected to ship the Galaxy Note III with a 5.7-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display -- a bit previously spotted in a UAProf filing.
Other still rumored specs include 3GB of RAM and either an Exynos octa-core or Snapdragon 800 processor. It is believed that the Galaxy Note III will arrive in a few models and both processors will be used. Other talk of the different models suggest there may be one with a nicer exterior build and a lower-end model with an 8 megapixel camera. Aside from the talk of specs, Samsung is expected to make this all official in September during IFA 2013.
VIA: unwired view