With the Mobile World Congress (MWC) kicking off in a few weeks time, it's no wonder that the number of mobile phone rumours have been rapidly increasing.
This time it's Samsung's turn as images claiming to be the Galaxy Note 3 Neo have leaked online.
According to Sammobile, which got in touch with an anonymous employee at a Belgian retail store, the handset's pre-order page is going to go live very soon. The unknown insider also sent the website some press shots of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo.
The device in the image looks very similar to the current Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and there is no confirmation that the leak isn't a fake. However, the site also claims that the phablet will market at €599 (AU$920), which still seems fairly expensive, even for a big handset.
Sammobile's leak didn't contain any suggested specifications so it doesn't really give Samsung fans much to go on. However, previous reports have suggested that the phablet could mark the arrival of the world's first hexa-core phone.
Posted by Peter Robinson