Samsung has a lot to brag about these days, and a solidly built and powerful Galaxy Note III may help the South Korean company maintain its envious position in the tech world.
An image of what is purportedly the prototype Note III’s internals have surfaced, and although the shot is relatively clear, it doesn’t tell us much about the internal specs. We can see the layouts and where some of the modules and components are, but as far as specific specs go, those are still mysteries.
So far, most are speculating that two variants of the Note III will be released initially, one with Samsung’s in-house Exynos SoC (international model) and the other with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 (NA and Europe). A full 1080p Super AMOLED 5.7+ inch display will likely grace the new Samsung phablet, and anything less will not bode well with current Note loyalists.
The Note III is expected to debut in September, which falls in line with Samsung’s short shelf life business strategy. Smartphone users are becoming less inclined to upgrade their handsets, but phablets are growing in popularity and the company’s Note line has far less competition than its other smartphone offerings.