The news came from a @techkiddy who spotted the serial number SM-N900 along with three different screen sizes and some new names in Zauba, a database that tracks India’s imports and export shipments. Unlike previous reports, which have indicated that the Galaxy Note III would only be available in single screen size, Zauba lists 5.5-inch, 5.7-inch, and 6-inch versions of the purported Galaxy Note III. All three models were shipped to India for research and development.
If the report turns out to be true, that would make the largest size of the new phablet as large as Samsung’s super-sized Galaxy Mega. The leak also contained a number of possible variant model names, including: SM-900A, SM-900AI and SM-900V. The leak notes that a few of these variants have the same screen size, so the different names likely refer to a more minor difference, such as being packaged with different radios.
While Samsung has yet to make an official statement on the Galaxy Note III, the company is expected to unveil the device at IFA in September.