The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has made another possible appearance on Samsung’s website in the form of a model number, SM-N900J, the second time in recent days that the new, rumored smartphone has been thought to have touched down on the company’s website.
Samsung is heavily rumored to be bringing a new Galaxy Note device to shelves sometime later this year and rumors have suggested that that device is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, a massive 5.9-inch phablet that features a number of upgrades to both hardware and to the device’s software. An announcement isn’t expected until far later this year but already, we’re seeing signs of the Galaxy Note 3’s presence.
While leaked photos have proved inconclusive, Samsung is also notorious for keeping the real design under wraps until close to launch, we have seen plausible evidence of the Galaxy Note 3 emerge on Samsung’s website in the form of unannounced model numbers. Recently, we saw the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 emerge in the VIP section of Samsung Kazakhstan’s website and today, the Galaxy Note 3 has made another possible appearance on Samsung’s website.
The reliable Blog of Mobile claims that model number SM-N900J on Samsung’s website is in fact the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The exact variant is unknown but the previous leak pointed to SM-9000 being the Galaxy Note 3 so this is likely some type of variant of what is thought to be the international version of Samsung’s next phablet.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 arrived with model number GT-N7100 so it’s entirely possible that these model numbers are in reference to the upcoming Galaxy Note 2 successor.
It also isn’t shocking to see the device appear on Samsung’s website ahead of time. We saw the Samsung Galaxy S4 emerge on Samsung’s website, in model number form, well ahead of launch.
Of course, the listing does not confirm any of the specifications regarding the Galaxy Note 3 but thanks to leaks, we already have a good idea of what to expect.
Rumors suggest the Galaxy Note 3 will come with a 5.9-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor of some variety, 13MP camera, and a design that looks like the Samsung Galaxy S4.
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