In early September, Samsung should make a new device in its popular Galaxy Note series official, namely the Galaxy Note III, and some more info on the device’s availability is now available.
Apparently, Samsung is planning at least four different versions of the handset, including a certain SM-N9006 model, which supposedly packs LTE-Advanced connectivity capabilities.
Previously, the smartphone was rumored to arrive on shelves in three flavors, including the SM-N900 (3G), SM-N9005 (LTE), and SM-N9002 (exclusive to China), but it seems that Samsung has more plans on the matter.
The new device model was spotted in the EXIF data of a photo on Picasa, where it was listed with software version N9006ZCUAMG3.
According to SamMobile, the handset should pack a Snapdragon 800 processor inside, along with the aforementioned LTE-A capabilities, most probably meant for the international market. Stay tuned for more on this.