Samsung's Galaxy Note series is what gave birth to the fashion and category of phablets in the world of smartphones and its Note and Note 2 have been the most successful of the category. As expected, Samsung is looking to get the series extended with the release of their successor, Galaxy Note III. The code name, SM-900 and SM-9005, was already leaked some days back but this time the specs of the upcoming king of the phablet have been leaked as well.
The SM-900 version of Galaxy Note III is reported to be powered by 1.8 GHz octa-core 5420 SoC and ARM Mail-T628 MP6 GPU which means it will be able to process anything at the best level possible. While there is no word on CPU and GPU info of SM-9005 version but considering the horsepower of SM-9000 version, it will not be a surprise if it is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC and Adreno 330 GPU.
The display is supposed to be a 5.68" 1080p LCD display which, if true, means Samsung is going back in the size department and making up for it in the quality one. It is also supposed to have a 13 MP snapper at its back with better optical image stabilization then what Galaxy S4 had. Expectantly it should be powered with 3 gigs of Samsung's own RAM modules with 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB storage options. It will have micro SD card slot present as well in order to let you take its storage capacity to another level.
The SM-9005 will be sporting LTE connectivity and SM-900 will limit its connectivity to high-speed 3G options only. As per the leak, both devices will be powered by a 3200 mAh which is only a 100 mAh more then what previous version had. It will also sport Android Jelly Bean 4.3 as its version of Android OS with Samsung's Touch UX skin sitting atop of it, of course.
At this point, although being quite solid and convincing, these leaks should be taken at least with a pinch of salt. But we will know soon enough as Samsung is supposed to unveil the new member of Note family on September 10 in Berlin.