Posted by Faryaab S. 2 years ago

Alleged picture taken with the Samsung Galaxy Note III


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An alleged picture taken with the Samsung Galaxy Note III makes an appearance on the interwebz. There is no way to tell if this image is real or not, as the only proof which proves that this was taken from the Galaxy Note III is the EXIF data from the image which can be easily be manipulated. So, take this information with a pinch of salt.Samsung-Galaxy-Note-III-EXIF-525x600

According to the EXIF data, the picture was taken from a Samsung device, codenamed GT-N7200, with a firmware version: N7200XXUAMEB and was snapped yesterday. The Galaxy Note II was codenamed GT-N7100, so we can safely assume GT-N7200 is the Galaxy Note III. It looks like the device has a 13 megapixel sensor, according to the resolution of the picture, and it has a brightness of f/2.2. It could be that the Galaxy Note III shared the same camera sensor as the Galaxy S4.

The Galaxy Note III will be unveiled by Samsung on 6th of September at IFA 2013 in Berlin. This is just a start, more rumours and details will be uncovered as the time passes.

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via: SmartFan.pl

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4 comments on “Alleged picture taken with the Samsung Galaxy Note III

  1. My1 2 years ago said:

    I Dont think that this is real, I rather expect to have the N3 the number GT-N7300 coz, s2 also had I9100 and they jumped over the I9200 and instead used I9300 for the S3…

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    • rapidcat 2 years ago said:

      because samsung release i9250 before i9300, and s3 more advanced than galaxy nexus

      and s4 i9500, because number 4 (i9400 the real name of the device) is badluck for chinesse people

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  2. dello 2 years ago said:

    im waiting for this, please post the real image of N3 & S4 mini as soon as possible, i think this two unit will light up Samsung

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