The upcoming Galaxy Note III will sport a 1080 x 1920-pixel (full HD) display, along with an ARM processor, according to Samsung’s User Agent Profile (UAPROF) files, Sam Mobile reports.
Spotted in the files is the model number of the Samsung Galaxy Note III, which is SM-N900A. This, along with SM-N900T, are said to be the referral numbers of the upcoming phablet.
According to Phone Arena, the UAPROF is an optional file made by a device maker such as Samsung. Such file usually gives information on the specifications of a device prior to its announcement. Generally, therefore, the UAPROF is reliable source of details on unannounced devices.
Despite indicating that the Galaxy Note III will have a full HD display, it does not reveal what the screen size of the mobile device would be. Rumors, however, place the display size of the Galaxy Note III at 5.7-inches to 5.9-inches, which makes it larger than the previous iterations of the S Pen- supporting device. Meanwhile, the processor could be quad-core or octa-core. Speculations of a 13 MP camera, 3GB of RAM, and support for SK Telecom’s LTE-A (at least for the South Korean variant) have also been swirling, following reports from various sources.
One of the latest rumors to surface, however, pertains to the four versions of the Galaxy Note III that could be released by the South Korean electronics giant. These four versions, as this previous article mentions, will come with the same processor, but will feature different types of display, cameras, and build qualities, and will most likely have different prices. Such rumor possibly allows consumers to make more sense of previous conflicting reports regarding a Note III with a plastic body and an LCD display, and more high-end one with an aluminum chassis and an AMOLED display.
Samsung is expected to unveil the highly-anticipated Galaxy Note III on September 4th, during the IFA event in Berlin, Germany.