The world waits in eager anticipation. Samsung is expected to unveil the next-generation Galaxy Note this year. The specs, however, are somewhat baffling.
Samsung has yet to confirm it, but a Chinese website called MyDrivers is claiming to have seen the Galaxy Note 3 up close and personal. As seen in the image above, MyDrivers exhorts that the much larger device is the Galaxy Note 3. Beside it is presumably its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The site goes on saying that it will sport a 5.99-inch Full HD display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and an Exynos 5410 Octa with an A15 processor clocked at 2.0 GHz and an A7 processor at 1.7 GH.
Furthermore, the Galaxy Note 3 will reportedly have a 3GB RAM and 32GB of storage. The bummer, however, is its model number, which is I9500. Considering that the first generation Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Note 2 have the model numbers GT-N7000 and GT-N7100, respectively, the I9500 doesn't make any sense. Also worth noting is the missing Samsung logo on the device, giving us a feeling this device could be fake. So, until Samsung confirms its existence, it's best to add a pinch of salt to this report.