Samsung had no trouble selling five million units of its Galaxy Note 2 in just two months, and now attention has shifted to the third phablet in the Galaxy line. Samsung hasn’t uttered a word about its plans for the Note 3, but rumors suggest the company will upgrade the screen to a 5.9 inches 1080p Super AMOLED display, versus the 720p 5.5-inch touch screen on the current Note 2. We’re also expecting an Exynos octa-core processor and an improved camera, although this has yet to be confirmed.
Buzz from around the web also hints a new, more square and rigid design language for the Note 3, although we’d be surprised to see Samsung stray from its widely-popular nature-inspired shape already found on successful Galaxy devices. Samsung historically unveils its next-generation Note at Berlin’s IFA conference, so we may have to wait until the fall to see what’s in store.