The real thing is coming out on Sept 4 but some folks in South Korea still decided to share how they envision the Galaxy Note 3 on its release date.
The best way to describe the new set of Note 3 pics is they adhere to the latest leaks of what looked like as the front-plate of Samsung's third flagship phablet instalment - showing off its 5.7-inch screen pushed too far on the right and left of the front sides, leaving little room for bezels to sit.
Yet the margins are there, users just have to look closer in order to realise that.
Needless to say, Samsung has been planning to unleash a humongous but equally gorgeous device in the Note 3, its supersized display panel further blurring the line separating the big smartphones from the small tablets.
The opus by Stellist Design, according to Concept Phones, suggested a virtual clone of the Galaxy Note 2 but with easily noticeable tweaks. The width is almost the same but the designer decided to redefine the phone's length, making for a longer Note 3 nestled on consumers' hand.
This is reminiscent of the taller iPhone 5 that debuted September last year when Apple decided to upgrade the 3.5-inch screen of iPhone 4S to 4-inch but leaving its girth untouched.
Somehow the design revision rendered the iPhone 5 in an elongated profile with some users comparing the handset to a television remote control.
Such is not the case with the Note 3 as the Stellist Design concept implies. The phablet radiates a balance dimensional treatment in spite of its very imposing built, which visibly remains a mix of glass material on front, likely made by Corning Glass, and the mainstay polycarbonate covering that protects the handset from the back through the edge portion.
In the render, the design author dreams of a Samsung phablet that is of high-end breed, inside and out. It has an Exynos CPU that needless to say is of the 8-core class, possibly paired with a RAM that should be 3GB and up.
Note, however, that another edition of the Note 3 will be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 800 chip that steams roll to a dizzying speed of 2.3GHz. This particular build is supposed to end up in China, the UK and other select regions in Asia and Europe.
All editions, however, will have a 13MP main shooter and not 16MP as earlier reported plus the signature S-Pen, which is rumoured to deliver new and exciting surprises for the expected millions of initial Note 3 buyers.
Out of the box, it will be Jelly Bean 4.3 that will give life to the Android device, experts said, with latest TouchWiz skin interacting with its future owners of the Note 3.
The actual Galaxy Note 3 release date is set for Sept 16 via Three UK, giving English Samsung lovers the first chance to own and test drive the touted iPhone 5S, Google Nexus 5 and Galaxy S4 rival.
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