Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 which is rumoured to make its debut coming September was reportedly spotted at a benchmark site giving away some key specifications of the much anticipated third generation Galaxy phablet.

Galaxy Note 3's two variants bearing codes SM900L and SM900S, were reportedly seen at the benchmark site GFXBench. According to reports, model SM900L is said to be a South Korean variant whereas SM900S is rumoured to be of a variant of US network carrier Sprint.

The website also revealed that Galaxy Note 3 will sport a full HD 1920x1080p display, Snapdragon 800 series quad-core processor with Adreno 330 graphics engine. It also showed that among the two variants, one will run on Android v4.2.2 OS and other will run on the latest v4.3 OS. It is also rumoured to pack 3GB RAM, 13.0-meagpixel camera with Xenon flash support. 

The key features revealed by the benchmark website seem to be believable as these specifications are consistent with the earlier reports that emerged in the past few months.

Like its two previous generation siblings, Galaxy Note 3 is expected to make its debut at the upcoming international trade fair IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin) 2013 in Germany which is set to kick off on 6 September.

Rumoured specifications of Galaxy Note 3 include:


Samsung Galaxy Note 3


5.7-inch Super AMOLED Full HD Display


Android v4.3 Jelly Bean OS , (reports suggest some Galaxy Note 3 variants will run on Android v4.2.2 OS)


Touch Wiz Nature UX v2.0


Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor with 2.3GHz CPU speed




13.0-megapixel main camera with Xenon flash support(international variant), support full HD video recording


S Pen functionality and LTE-Advanced network connectivity to support twice the data transfer rate than the current 4G network