The rumor mill has leaked yet another image of the not-so-mysterious Samsung Galaxy Note III.

galaxy note 3 More leaked images of Samsung Galaxy Note III emerge

In less than four days, Samsung is expected to unveil is much-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note III phablet at IFA 2013. Samsung execs already confirmed that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will see the daylight on September 4 along with Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch.

Earlier today, another image of the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note III has been leaked. The leaked image is a bit blurry but it shows us that the corners are less rounded compared to its predecessor. We can’t be sure about the thickness of the device as the images are blurry and doesn’t reveal much about the exterior of the device.

galaxy note 3 2 More leaked images of Samsung Galaxy Note III emerge

Rumors suggest that the device will come with a 5.68-inch display sporting HD display, 3GB RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800/Exynos 5 Octa processor, 32GB internal storage at least, 3,200-3,300 mAh battery and will run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out of the box. The device also expected to sport a 13MP camera but it will not bring optical image stabilization, as rumored before.

Samsung is working on 16MP camera expected to see the daylight next year with optical image stabilization. Some regions are expected to get the Exynos version while the remaining will get Snapdragon 800. Some rumor suggest that the Exynos version may be delayed due to technical heating issues of the device, but you never know.

The device is expected to hit the shelves by the end of September in most regions. Recently, an alleged document from Three UK shows the expected arrival date to be September 16, at least on the carrier. So, the launch for rest of the regions should be in September as well.

The Samsung Galaxy Note III will also get decent competition from other devices that are expected to launch at IFA. Sony is expected to unveil its much-anticipated Sony Xperia Z1, while there are rumors of HTC One Max circulating on the internet as well. It seems as if we have an action-packed week ahead of us.

Source: TechKiddy