Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Looks Like This?

By Matthew Klickstein , Apr 08, 2013 10:21 AM EDT
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With the Samsung Galaxy S4 recently unveiled to the great excitement of everyone in the mobile tech community, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 still running strong, we can't help wondering what the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will look like.

Thanks to a new visualization of a pre-released clone of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, we may have some idea of the actual device's general appearance.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 clone is called the HDC S Note 3 and comes from China, according to a tip received by Concept Phones. Concept Phones does note, however, that HDC is allegedly a company that clones HTC and not Samsung phones, but the tip might still prove to be valid.

"Anyway, know that this Note 3 render involves a 5.9 inch Full HD display, a 4000 mAh battery, 3 GB of RAM and 128 GB of ROM, as well as a Snapdragon 800 quad core 2.3 GHz processor," Concept Phones says. "Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie is the OS of choice and from what [we] know, the official unveiling of the new Samsung phablet will go down at IFA 2013 in Berlin."

Other rumored features that Concept Phones reminds us about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 include:

  • Minuscule bezels
  • Discrete Home button
  • Slot at the back for the S Pen stylus
  • "There's also a camera that seems to sport what look like LED flash and Xenon flash, unless [we're] mistaking [sic]."

As far as the validity of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is concerned, Viral Phone adds that "[w]e all know that China is the best at cloning top smartphones," and that Concept Phone's tip came from "uva7 dance."

"The question is - If this were not a clone would you like the real official Samsung Galaxy Note 3 design to look like the one above?" Viral Phone asks.

What do you think? Is it possible this alleged clone of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is what the real Note3 will look like? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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