Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Render Leaks, Real Or Fake?

By Sumit Passary , Apr 12, 2013 12:11 PM EDT
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Samsung has already taken the wraps off the Galaxy S4 and the handset is due to hit shelves soon. Now all eyes are awaiting the launch of the upcoming Galaxy Note 3 and quite a few renderings are floating on the Internet.

A new render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has appeared online and it looks very similar to the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S4. 

The rendering of the Galaxy Note 3, which appeared on Concept Phones, indicated a larger screen that almost reached from one edge of the device to the other. 

Just like the Galaxy S4, the Galaxy Note 3 seems to have a metal band that runs around the device. The Note series of handsets have had a stylus S Pen and there is a slot for the S Pen stylus at the bottom of the device and a camera with a single flash below it. The rendering looks a lot flatter than Samsung's other devices. 

If rumors are to be believed, then the Galaxy Note 3 is said to launch in September at the IFA event in Germany. 

Many rumors are circling the tech market regarding the specifications of the Galaxy Note 3. The phablet is expected to sport a 5.9-inch super AMOLED display with an Exynos 5 Octa-core processor running the device. Presumably, the Galaxy Note 3 has 3GB of RAM, 128GB internal storage and probably to expand the storage further using a microSD card. 

The phablet is expected to get a 16-megapixel camera and support for 1080p video. A bigger 3,600mAh is expected to power the Galaxy Note 3. The device is also expected to feature Samsung's suite of extra-value features, including Smart Pause, S Note, Air View and Air Gesture. S Orb, Samsung's new 360-degree photo software is also rumored to be featured in the device. 

The Motion UI with TouchWiz Nature UX will run atop Android's upcoming Key Lime Pie. 

Do you think the rendering is the real deal or fake? 

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