According to PhoneArena, the battery capacity of the Galaxy Note III has been leaked by a person who claims to have seen the manufacturing sample of the device, first hand.
The South Korean major has been improving the battery backup of its Note devices with each iteration. The original Galaxy Note featured a 2500mAh battery while the second generation Galaxy Note II packed a 3100mAh battery. So, if the rumours are believed the new Galaxy Note III will pack a 3450mAh battery.
The Galaxy Note III is rumoured to feature a 5.7-inch display and the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out of the box. Other leaked specifications suggest that the device could sport a Super AMOLED panel similar to Samsung's other high-end devices with a resolution of 1080x1920 pixels. In terms of camera, Samsung's latest phablet is expected to sport a 13-megapixel rear camera. It will reportedly be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM. However, the specifications of the upcoming phablet from Samsung have been confirmed, yet.
Samsung can take credit for creating the Phablet category with its extremely popular Galaxy Note devices, as both the Note devices have been popular.
Earlier, we reported that the South Korean electronics major has sent invitations for an event which it calls an 'Unpacked' event, which is scheduled to take place just ahead of the IFA show and it's likely to unveil its rumoured smart watch at the event, as well.
The company has been using the IFA trade show in Berlin to unveil its Galaxy Note phablet devices in the past. Last year, it unveiled the Galaxy Note II device at the event. The official invite is inline with previous rumours related to the Samsung Galaxy Note III. The company is also expected to use the event to unveil its wearable computing device, most likely a smart watch.