Samsung did it again. In a report by TechRadar, it seems like the company has slipped in its Kazakhstan website about one of its much-rumored product, which is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Now, we are sure that the device really exists and it may be slated for release in the near future.
Other Product Leaks
Samsung also accidentally posted some of its unreleased devices including the Galaxy S4 Zoom, the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 and the Note 2. The report said the leakages originated in one of the webpages of Samsung’s Kazakhstan-based website under its special VIP service.
Galaxy Note 3 Specs
So far, the source remains firm about its earlier prediction about the specs of the smartphone. According to the website, the Galaxy Note 3 will have the Snapdragon 800 processor from Qualcomm which is capable of delivering a clockspeed of 2.3GHz. Then, it will be capable of supporting an LTE network with 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
The operating system of the device will either use the Android 4.2 or Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Moreover, the display will measure around 5.99 inches with a crisp 1080p resolution. Lastly, its 13mp camera will be packed with an “anti-shake” feature.
Unveiling of the Galaxy Note 3
TechRadar claims that the Galaxy Note 3 will be launched during the IFA tradeshow in Berlin this year which will likely take place in September. On the other hand, the other devices like the Galaxy S4 Mini, Zoom and Tab 3 are already confirmed for unveiling at a special event in London this coming 20th of June.
About the Leaks
Samsung is no longer a stranger in having leaks from its own backyard. Just last month, its UK website accidentally posted the rumored Galaxy S4 Mini. But it quickly pulled away the posting immediately.
Could it be an honest mistake or plain carelessness on the part of the Korean-based company? Or is it just a form of teasing the customers? We can’t say for sure, but some customers already have a gut feeling that it is all part of Samsung’s promotion.