Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Prototype Leaks Out

Today, Sammobile is reporting that they just got their hands on a prototype of the Galaxy Note 3. Now this may or may not be the final design of the Galaxy Note 3. Usually when a company starts building a device, it has many prototypes that it experiments with. The Galaxy Note 3 is expected to be unveiled and announced at a Samsung Unpacked event around IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany. As always, we'll be covering that event like crazy, just like with the Galaxy S4 announcement.

The rumored specs of the Galaxy Note 3 include a 5.99-inch sAMOLED display, 13MP camera, Exynos 5420 Octa-core processor or Snapdragon 800 processor, S Pen, Android 4.2.2 or 4.3 along with some enhancements to Samsung's Touchwiz. Yesterday we saw a leak of the Galaxy S4 Zoom, and now the Galaxy Note 3.


If this is the design of the Note 3, you can definitely see that Samsung is working on changing up their design a bit. In the past, we've reported that Samsung is "worried" about their build quality, and we're hoping we see those changes starting with the Galaxy Note 3. It's really my only gripe about Samsung other then the Apple-like mentality they have right now. But that doesn't mean the Galaxy Note 3 won't be my next phone, because it more than likely will be. You can see all the images from Sammobile and Techtastic in this post and check out more information by hitting the source links down below.

Remember that this is a prototype so this could be very far off from what the Galaxy Note 3 will actually look like. We'll have to wait until early September to see.

So what do you think of this Galaxy Note 3 prototype? Is this a device you'd buy? Let us know your thoughts in the comments down below. As always we love to hear what you think.

Source: Sammobile, TechTastic

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