In a move that is likely to surprise no one, its once again being reported that Samsung will unveil their upcoming Galaxy Note III at September’s IFA 2013 conference. Citing industry sources, the Korea Herald claims that Samsung won’t make the announcement at a pre-IFA Unpacked event, but during the show itself. The conference begins on September 6th and runs through September 11th in Berlin.
Along with this news comes a new report that the Note III will feature a 5.7″ Super AMOLED display instead of the previously rumored 5.9″ display. Other alleged specs include a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, and LTE connectivity. The 5.7″ display size was previously tipster by @evleaks and places the device firmly in the middle of the 5″ Galaxy S 4 and 6.3″ Galaxy Mega.
Unveiling the Galaxy Note III at IFA is something we believe is a given when considering that Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note II on August 29th at an Unpacked event held at last years IFA conference. With just two months before a likely Galaxy Note III announcement, we hope we’ll find some more details prior to the announcement as they are likely to begin slowly leaking out.
Pocket-Lint via Korea Herald; @evleaks