Samsung’s oversized, stylus-packing Galaxy Note 3 looks all but certain to be packing in a full HD 1080p screen, according to a newly uncovered listing from one of Samsung’s own websites.
First spotted by the superbly-named Japanese site Ringer’s Blue Men, the team found details on two handsets that fit the Galaxy Note 3 bill on Samsung’s UAPROF.
Though the Galaxy Note 2 (pictured above) successor has not yet officially been confirmed, the SamsungMobile.com site lists the SM-N900A and SM-N900T IDs, detailing features that seem to match up with expectations for the Galaxy Note 3 in two potential variations.
As well as the 1080p screen, the pages reveal ARM-based processors headed to the handsets, supporting rumours that the Galaxy Note 3 will use Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon chipsets, possible the Snapdragon 800.
Four variants of the Galaxy Note 3 are expected altogether, with V, A, T and S model number designations being dished out depending on the territory. Android Beat have also revealed a further five more IDs set to correspond to the Note 3 too: M-N900AI, SM-N900P, SM-N900R4, SM-N900V and SM-N900S.