It seems that the new Galaxy Note III hands on pics are coming from the same place as the last ones, since the office seems to be pretty much the same. The last ones were from the Samsung Testing centre, but they were pretty blurred, so this time we get a clearer shot.
The phablet is surprisingly wide and short, making me think of a special case hiding out its real design. Just as a reminder, the new Note comes out at IFA 2013 in Berlin, or at least it’s supposed to be announced then. We’ve got a rectangular design here, so we may be dealing with a mere prototype, you know those devices that look like boxes and only have the components of the upcoming product.
Speaking of components, the Note III is still expected to feature an Exynos 5420 SoC or the Snapdragon 800 (international version) and a 5.7 inch Full HD screen. Apparently, there will also be a premium version with a flexible OLED display and the European version will have a Full HD LCD, while the Asian version a Super AMOLED Full HD. 3 GB of RAM fill in the blanks. Satisfied with the product? Want more?