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Supposed Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Specifications Surface has managed to unearth some rumored specifications and a rather fingerprint-smeared image of the Samsung’s Galaxy Note III. The upcoming phablet will feature reportedly be powered by a Samsung Exynos 5 Octa chipset paired with a Quad Core 2.0 GHz ARM Cortex A15 + Quad Core 1.7 ARM Cortex A7 [Ed: We don't know if this is a bad translation or if Samsung actually put two SoCs on the same chipset instead of fabricating its own CPU].

Also included in 3 GB of memory, 32 GB of internal storage and a 5.99” Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080. As we’ve come to expect with Samsung’s mobile devices, the Note III will feature a microSD slot, a  removable battery, S-Pen support and ship with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean running the company’s TouchWiz UI.

The device is rumored to be formally unveiled at IFA 2013 which takes place in October 2013.

    If they made a gigantic DROID RAZR MAXX HD phablet, I would die happy.
  • teamhead
    I already have Galaxy Note II and its huge. I think when I make future upgrades ill go with the S4 or S5. 5" screen would suit me fine.
  • edlivian
    its a little ginormous, but why not, I wonder what the limit is for a phone you put in your pocket?
  • halcyon
    One word: Yea!
  • wing2010
    5.99"?! Maybe they are counting on people using BT headset w/ voice commands, and the phone never leaves the backpacks. ;-)
  • icemunk
    Add to cart
  • game junky
    A 6" display on a cell phone. Surely this is a joke...
  • christarp
    so it runs the exact same android, on the exact same touchwiz ui. ok
  • This is great, I think I may go for a not next time my contract is up although will probably be a Note 4 by then 6.5" anyone? :D
  • boiler1990
    I wish Samsung would clean up some of the TouchWiz interface. It's not bad, just a little chunky.
    Other than that, this should be a stellar device. My Note 10.1 is essentially a laptop replacement (using a bluetooth keyboard and mouse), and the stylus input is great, especially for constant note-takers like students.