we should see on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. A quad-core 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 will be under the hood. No move toward 3GB of RAM yet as the device will still be sporting the 2GB of RAM that most high-end models have had for some time now. There will be 16GB of native storage, which hints at the inclusion of a microSD slot, something not found on the HTC One. While the rear-facing camera will use the UltraPixel technology used on the HTC One, it will also include OIS for stable pictures and video. The front-facing camera will weigh in at 2.1MP with a wide-angle lens. While HTC usually is rather stingy with battery capacity, a 3300mAh cell will be keeping the lights on.
HTC Sense 5.0 will run over Android and HTC is even working on a case that will provide 1250mAh of battery power to help run the device and power up the battery when it is low. A biometric reader on the back will allow owners of the phone to unlock it while holding the unit in their hands. And it is all expected to be available sometime later this year.
source: UnLockr via IntoMobile