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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 supposed prototype teases design

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The anticipation for the next phablet device released by Samsung is growing all the time as we get to hear various rumours and speculation surrounding the handset, and now a supposed prototype of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has appeared that teases the new design for the device.

It is being claimed that the image that you can see on this page is an actual prototype of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and while this may not be the final design for the handset that is released to consumers, it could if accurate look pretty similar.

There has been a lot of speculation regarding the design for the next Galaxy Note phablet device, with talk the company could go down the same route as the HTC One with its aluminium build that was quickly questioned.

The Galaxy Note 3 should be unveiled at this year’s IFA 2013 event in September and is thought to feature a 5.99-inch Full HD touchscreen display, and as we heard previously the handset could be powered by the quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor at least in some versions of the device.

Samsung has come under fire from some quarters recently for the so called repetitive design of its handsets, especially after the company revealed the Galaxy S4, but this hasn’t deterred fans of the company that are really looking forward to the Galaxy Note 3.

While the handset may have some stiffer competition this year it is doubtful rival handsets will sell as many units as the Samsung offering, and we can also expect to see some neat new features added to the Note 3 that should make the device standout from the crowd.

If this does become the final design of the Galaxy Note 3 will you be pleased with it?

Source: SamMobile and TechTastic.

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8 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Note 3 supposed prototype teases design”

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    Damo says:

    If this is the Note 3, I don’t like it. I am hoping it looks like a larger version of the S4. It looks too square, nothing special about it. I am holding out for a new phone and preferred the Note but, if this is the new design I will be getting the S4 instead! And please stop this BS talk about metal phones, they are more hassle than what they are worth. The first thing that anyone does is to put the thing in a plastic case making it more bulky, what’s the point.

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    Richard Yarrell says:

    Cosmetics mean nothing this is and will be the BEST DEVICE on the market after launch nothing will touch it. Samsung brought this category to prominence and have proven industry leading products. All the others are rookies in this category so that means flaws. It’s the Galaxy Note 3 for me on day one.

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      squiddy20 says:

      “Cosmetics mean nothing” Says the moron who can’t/won’t shut up about Verizon being the best at “cosmetically changed devices”. Stupid hypocrite.

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    Shayne says:

    I agree with Richard, Samsung has taken the market by storm and delivers high end products , in the case of mobile phones the galaxy s4 is currently the most powerful android phone on the market and when you combine a tablet and phone with the galaxy note then you will have all of the bells and whistles you need. If the pic above is the image of the new note 3 then it might have been better to stick with the note 2 rounder edges the only reason i say this is because if the phone and screen is larger than the note 2 getting it in and out of your pocket can be a bit of a pain with square edges, but apart from that I will definitely be buying one, the metal case is a welcome chassis design over plastic and a wider range of color options would be nice .

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    Vega says:

    The bezels around the screen are a bit thick imo. That is the most critical dimension of these phablets. The LG Optims Pro has thinner bezels making for a better fit in the hand. Will be interesting to see what HTC comes up with to compete.

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    Tisoyboy2 says:

    Thinner bezel has little to nothing to do with how it fits in your hand. But still, less is better.

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