As we head closer to the official launch of Galaxy Note 3 at IFA Trade Fair, the leaks related to this phablet have become more frequent. The latest leak coming from Netherlands gives us a basic idea of how the actual Note 3 might look like and if this leak is authentic, there aren’t going to be any major surprises.
Netherlands-based SIM Only Radar has posted some sketches of Galaxy Note 3 smartphone, which reportedly have been taken from some training manual. As you can see in these sketches, the design is very similar of what we have seen in Galaxy S4.
Samsung’s signature physical home button is going to be present in Note 3 along with the usual placement of power-button; however the company seems to have included a dedicated camera button. Given the recent focus of other manufacturers on the camera capabilities of their smartphones, Samsung’s inclusion of a dedicated camera button does not seem that surprising.
The phablet is also said to be sporting a xenon flash instead of LED ones that are normally found in Samsung smartphones. There is obviously no way to check the credibility of the leak, so take this with a pinch of salt.
In terms of the specifications, SIM Only Radar reports that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will come with Jelly Bean, 13MP auto-focus camera, 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display, Exynos 5 Octa processor (Snapdragon 800 in some variants) and the usual connectivity options.