Edging ever closer to its expected IFA 2013 unvieling on September 4, here’s yet another leak concerning the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. This time, we’re getting a good old look under the hood of the phone, courtesy of images posted to Weibo by insider C Technology.
Sadly, the blurry nature of the shots make gleaning any additional information from the images difficult – it’s near impossible to tell what material the chassis is made from, and any clue as to what each internal component part is isn’t visible. Most strangely, the area where you’d expect to find details of battery capacity has been censored with a red Paint streak, making identification even more difficult. If anything, its a little fishy, so take this leak with a pinch of salt.
Most recent leaks have suggested the Note 3 will launch in three different sizes, ranging from 5.5-inches to 6 inches, with potentially 3GB of RAM onboard and a 13MP camera round the back. We’ve pooled all the latest rumours together in a post you can view by clicking here.
As for official word from Samsung, we wholeheartedly expect them to kick off their IFA 2013 showcase with Note 3 news, so check back at the start of September for more details.