If there is one thing I love most to hear out of a potential Android launch, it’s that the model in question will come with the latest version of the OS. According to a DLNA certification for the Galaxy Note III, that’s exactly what will get with Android 4.3 and the Galaxy Note II successor. There are still plenty of questions surrounding the Note III, but we’re positive we’ll find our answers at the Unpacked event at IFA next month.
Still, in the interim we can count on the rumor mill telling us to look forward to a 5.7″ display, quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, 13 megapixel camera with OIS, LTE-advanced capability. The Note III is going under the model number SM-N900 according to the Digital Living Network Alliance website.
Could we see two giant Android devices launch on T-Mobile with a few months of each other? We’ll know the answer to the Galaxy Note III mystery on September 4th.