The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has gone through its fair share of rumors in the past, and since the device has yet to be announced officially, plenty of speculation remains as to what kind of hardware will it pack underneath the hood. Well, try not to fret too much, as we have come up with a primer on the Galaxy Note 3’s release date, specifications and news. A Gfxbench benchmark leak has shown off some of the hardware specifications of the Galaxy Note 3, where they include a Snapdragon 800 chipset that has been clocked at 2.3GHz, a Full HD display (of unknown size, where last we heard, there could be three screen sizes actually!), and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice.
The two Galaxy Note 3 models that were spotted in the tests would be the SM-N900S that is headed for SK Telecom and the SM-N900L for LGU+, where they are both mobile carriers in South Korea. Of course, we will continue to keep a keen eye out on what the Galaxy Note 3 will be able to deliver in due time, so stay tuned! Needless to say, some of the specifications mentioned above have also been ‘confirmed‘ by a South Korean publication yesterday. Obviously, although the stream of rumors seem to converge towards specific numbers and specs, nothing is absolutely certain before Samsung actually announces the Note 3.