Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 is a dead cert for IFA at the start of September, we already knew that. We've seen leaked pics and some rumoured specs, too. But here's something new: the phone/tablet could come in three sizes, Technology Blogs Simplified reports.
Zauba -- which hosts India's import and export data -- lists a Samsung device with the model number SM-N900, which is said to be the Galaxy Note 3's codename. According to the database, the handset will come in 5.5-, 5.7- and 6-inch sizes. That's right, Samsung could be about to throw every size under the sun at us. Again.
The devices are listed to be winging their way to India "for R&D purpose". Lots of models are listed with different letters at the end of their codenames -- this just denotes which network they'll work on, according to Samsung Updates.
We'd heard previously that the Note 3 would come in two versions, but that the only difference would be which processor they used. Though we also heard previously that the device would come in a 6-inch version, and then another rumour said a 5.7-incher was on the cards. So maybe they're all right.
The Note 3 is said to use a xenon flash, as opposed to the Note 2's LED flash. There's also said to be a dedicated camera button to help get you snapping.
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