Galaxy Note III Concept Packs a Snapdragon 800 CPU

It was imagined with a 5.9-inch 1080p screen, 13MP camera

Following the launch of Galaxy S 4 as its latest flagship Android-based smartphone, South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung is expected to make official a new device in its popular Galaxy Note series, though we might have to wait until fall for that.

However, the device has been already rumored a few times before, and enthusiasts are already looking forward to see what it would have to offer in terms of hardware and features.

One of these people is designer Ben Ling, who has already come up with interesting concept smartphones, and who unveiled a mockup for this phone, so as to show us his vision on the upcoming phablet from Samsung.

His Samsung Galaxy Note III concept packs a 5.9-inch touchscreen display, a Full HD Super AMOLED capacitive panel protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3, and sports a design similar to that of Galaxy S 4, though with rounded corners, also resembling the Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet from the vendor).

The smartphone was imagined with a quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait Snapdragon 800 processor inside, as well as with an Adreno 330 GPU, and with Google’s Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system loaded on top.

Furthermore, the smartphone features 3GB of RAM, while being powered by a 4050 mAh battery, capable of delivering long usage times.

On the back, the Galaxy Note III concept phone features a 13-megapixel photo snapper with LED flash, HDR and support for full HD video recording, complemented by a front camera that should provide users with the possibility to make video calls while on the go.

Additional features of the concept device include wireless charging capabilities, along with a new S Pen, and only 8.4 mm in thickness, a post on concept-phones explains.

For the time being, this Galaxy Note III is merely a concept device, though chances are that Samsung will launch its third Note handset with specs that resemble those mentioned above, as well as with a similar design.

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