As if we didn’t need any more confirmation on the physical attributes of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, we have another one making its way. And again it’s the front panel of the Galaxy Note 3, but this time in white. We can clearly see all the traditional markings of a Samsung device including the iconic home button at the bottom.
The panel shows three openings on the top of the display which is probably for a front facing camera and a bunch of sensors. The bezel seems to be relatively thin, but nothing we haven’t seen before. This should be the nail on the coffin now as we gear up for the announcement this coming Wednesday on September 4. We have also heard talks of a low cost variant of the Galaxy Note 3 launching with a slightly underwhelming specs sheet, targeted towards the midrange market segment.
Rumors have indicated that while the 13MP sensor on the Galaxy Note 3 won’t exactly have optical image stabilization, it could come with 4K video recording. Given that there’s Snapdragon 800 running on the phablet, this shouldn’t be a problem. The smartphone is also rumored to pack a 5.68 inch 1080p AMOLED display, Android 4.3, 2GB of RAM and a 3,450 mAh battery.
Source: Fanatic Fone
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