The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 camera looks set to be of the 13-megapixel variety, as claimed sample shots from the handset leak online.
With a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date widely expected to be held around IFA 2013 this autumn, newly leaked sample shots taken by the as yet unannounced ‘phablet’ device have suggested it will sport the same 13-megapixel snapper as the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Uploaded to a Picasa web album, the 4128 x 2322 pixel images list the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 as the device used to capture the images. What’s more, this resolution points to a 13-megapixel camera with a 16:9 aspect ratio.
According to the latest leaks, it has also been suggested that, like the S4 before it, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will see the camera component handset a f/2.2 aperture lens with a 31mm focal length. Although it is currently unclear what secondary snapper the Note 3 will support, if taking both cameras from its S4 sibling it will be a strong 2-megapixel option.
Showing nothing more than an office workstation and desk, the leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 3 photos offer little in terms of insight into the camera’s true quality.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Rumours
Set to land as a direct replacement for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, recent Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumours have pointed to a device with a 5.99-inch screen, a full 1-inch bigger than that of the S4. Like the S4, the Note 3 will reportedly benefit from 1080p Full HD visuals.
Tipped to land running Google’s Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS skinned with Samsung TouchWiz UI, further Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumours have pegged the handset as sporting an eight-core Qualcomm processor and anything up to 3GB of RAM.
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