Three prototypes for Samsung GALAXY Note III include one with a flexible display

Three prototypes for Samsung GALAXY Note III include one with a flexible display
Just the other day, we passed along some rumored specs that have been circulating around the Samsung GALAXY Note III, including the 3GB of RAM that could very well be aboard the next iteration of Sammy's phablet. At the same time that we brought the rumored specs to your attention, we showed you a photograph that allegedly displayed the Samsung GALAXY Note III compared in size to the just launched Samsung Galaxy S4 handset. A large-screened device to be sure, the picture turned out to be that of a ZOPO ZP950 Android handset with a 5.7 inch screen. In other words, the device pictured was not a Samsung manufactured product at all!

The good news though, is that there are said to be three different prototypes of the Samsung GALAXY Note III being looked at in Korea. One of the three will probably end up being the final design used for the next iteration of the GALAXY Note. Similar to the way that the design for the Samsung GALAXY Note II came directly from the Samsung Galaxy S III, one of the prototypes is a version of the Samsung GALAXY Note III that takes its design right from the latest version of Samsung's flagship Android handset. Another prototype for the Samsung GALAXY Note III is said to use the flexible screens that the manufacturer has been working on.

Regardless of which prototype does make it to the market, the phablet is rumored to be clad in metal instead of the plastic that Samsung has become known for. Samsung itself is said to be tired of hearing the criticism about its plastic phones.

The Samsung GALAXY Note III is expected to launch in September.

source:  greatcall via Slashgear

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  • Camera 13 MP (Single camera) 2 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 3GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 3200 mAh
  • OS Android 5.0 Lollipop


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