The Galaxy Note 3 is rearing its face yet again, this time in what is allegedly the “About device” info screen from the LTE model of the device (model number SM-N9005), along with an AnTuTu benchmark scorecard. The image has been leaked by master leakster evleaks, though since he himself uses the word “alleged,” they might or might not be related to the Galaxy Note III.
Evleaks also confirms a few specs, including the 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, though the device scores pretty low in the benchmark, coming behind the Xperia Z Ultra and LG Optimus G2, both of which have lower clock speeds. We can either attribute this to pre-final software or TouchWiz’s bloated nature taking its toll, or maybe both if we’re unlucky. Also mentioned is 2.5GB of RAM, though that’s probably the usable RAM that’s left after Android dedicates part of the full 3GB RAM for itself, and Android 4.3 is also confirmed from the screenshot.
Evleaks also says that the S Pen functionality on the upcoming phablet will remain the same as it was on the original Note and Note 2, though we’ll likely still see a few new software features to make use of the stylus. Again, as this is only alleged info, take everything with a pinch of salt, and keep waiting patiently for the official announcement that is less than 48 hours away.