With the success of its Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note II products, Samsung proved that there are consumers hungering for ever-bigger screens. With the announcement of the Galaxy Note III expected soon, rumors about the device's hardware have been flying for weeks now. Today's Galaxy Note III rumor actually seems more plausible than most, and that's because it comes from Samsung itself. Sort of.
Sam Mobile has uncovered references to models of the Galaxy Note III in Samsung WAP files on the company's website. The code refers to the models SM-N900T and SM-N900, which have been linked to the Galaxy Note III. In the reference, it seems to be confirmed that the device will have an ARM11-based processor and a 1080 x 1920 screen. Neither of these specs were be unexpected, but the seeming confirmation means the Galaxy Note III will be a full-HD smartphone.
Previous rumors about the Galaxy Note III include it having a massive 5.7" sAMOLED screen and a quad-core processor. In addition, the device could have a 13-megapixel camera. Since the next Galaxy Note III did not make an appearance at Samsung's "Premiere 2013" event back in June, current speculation is centered on the IFA show in Berlin in September as the site of the smartphone's announcement.
(via Sam Mobile)