A new image of what could be the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 surfaced on the internet this week.
This is not the first picture of the device to show up, however, none of the photos that leaked so far were confirmed by Samsung so they could all end up being fake. This new picture shows a device with a black body and a narrower bezel than its predecessor. The picture does not show the entire handset as the only visible part of the device is the top right corner.
Other pictures of what is said to be a prototype model of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 surfaced on the Internet last week. These were leaked by SamMobile and Techtastic, who claim that the device in the images cannot be the Galaxy Mega due to its high-resolution display.
The next-generation version of the smartphone tablet hybrid will be launched by Samsung sometime in July or August, according to a recent report from DigiTimes.
The publication also stated that Apple plans to launch two iPhone models in the third quarter of 2013 that include a revised version of the iPhone 5 and a low-cost iPhone model. The cheaper model will be comparable to the iPhone 4S with a lower specification display and processor.
The Galaxy Note 3 is expected feature some impressive specs, including a 5.99-inch Super AMOLED display, 13-megapixel camera, an octa-core processor, new S Pen functions, and Android 4.2.2 or 4.3.
It will also come with a new Optical Image Stabilization feature that will help improve pictures and videos that are taken with the phone's main camera, according to a report from etNews.
It comes with cameras now available on the market. The technology reduces blurs found in an image when the photographer moves too much during a shot. It does the same with videos.