Even as Samsung's upcoming third generation Galaxy Note is expected to be launched on 4 September at the 2013 IFA trade show in Berlin, rumours are doing the rounds about a leaked lockscreen wallpaper of the Galaxy Note 3.
The latest comes from evleaks who has shared the leaked lockscreen wallpaper from the Note 3 via his Twitter account. The tweet just reads "Present: Note 3 lockscreen wallpaper," along with a post of the lockscreen wallpaper.
The lockscreen wallpaper, which seems to be the result of someone using the S Pen and going into a creative mode, carries a resolution of 1920 x 1920. This confirms that the display of Note 3 will have 1080p resolution, reports Sammobile.
Those who wish to download the Galaxy Note 3 lockscreen wallpaper may use the download link below.
Galaxy Note 3 lockscreen wallpaper: Download link [File name: Note3_MP.png]
There is some good news for those wanting to see the Note 3 with LTE configuration. The handset recently appeared at the Global Certification Forum (GCF).
The certification details the LTE model of the Note 3 bearing model number SM-N9005. As per the listing, the next Note supports LTE 2100/1800/1600/800MHz (Band1, 3,5,7,20), WCDMA 2100/1900/900/850MHz and GSM 1900/1800/900/850MHz frequencies respectively. These frequencies support almost all networks across the world, although there may be a dedicated variant with support for networks carriers in China.
The Note 3 was recently reported to be coming with a few significant changes in terms of hardware configuration for the emerging markets. The device is expected to use LCD display instead of AMOLED. Besides, it is likely to have an eight megapixel camera sensor instead of a 13 megapixel unit. The initial production volume of the Note 3 with LCD display will be around 30%. This is believed to be aimed at reducing the overall product cost for price-sensitive consumers in emerging markets.