The site SmartFan has published what it claims to be the first picture taken with the upcoming Galaxy Note 3. As it’s usually the business with such photos taken with prototype devices, it isn’t quite spectacular. However, IT contains interesting EXIF data to dig into. According to it, the Galaxy Note 3 has a product number of GT-N7200, which sounds about right as the Galaxy Note 2 was GT-N7100. Its camera is 13MP with aperture f/2.2.
Now, this photo could be a fake, but the Galaxy Note 3 is set to debut in September at the IFA 2013 in Berlin. The phablet should be in advanced stages of testing, which is apparently being carried out in the woods.
For what we know, the Note 3 is made of plastic and has a 6-inch 1080p OLED display. Hardware-wise it will feature the Exynos 5 Octa CPU and 3GB RAM.