Samsung’s much awaited new phablet is going to be unveiled tomorrow. The company has an event scheduled where it will unveil the device. We have already seen a plethora of rumors and leaks related to the Galaxy Note 3, and we knew that the rumors wouldn’t die down until Samsung made the announcement. Today an alleged photosphere taken from a Galaxy Note 3 has surfaced on Picasa, it was reportedly uploaded by an employee of T-Mobile USA.

The EXIF data of this image reveals that it was taken by a device bearing model number SM-N900T. This particular model is believed to be the LTE variant of Galaxy Note 3. The photosphere is high quality, the photo shows incredible detail, which isn’t surprising since the Galaxy Note 3 is said to have a 13 megapixel camera. One can’t say for sure though that photosphere will make its way over to a new Samsung device, given how easy it is to fake EXIF data of an image. There is a possibility that this image might have been taken through another device. Fortunately, Samsung’s official Galaxy Note 3 event isn’t far off, it is actually less than a day away. So we don’t have to wait for a long time anymore to find out what Samsung’s new phablet is really capable of. Start the countdown. [Image via Sammobile]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3
1920x1080 Super AMOLED
Price (approximative)
~$-1 - Amazon
13 MP
Ff/2.2 Aperture Size
Image Stabilization
168 g
3200 mAh
Removable Battery
Launched in
Snapdragon 800 + MicroSD
Storage (GB)
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