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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 panorama without specs

With just a few hours to go until the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 event kicks off you would imagine there would be loads of leaks, and this is exactly what has been happening a lot this week.

The photo above is part of an alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 3 panorama taken in the last few days, which we found via Sam Mobile. You can see the full shot on their website although the source page has vanished and full camera specs are currently unknown.

We heard that a USA T-Mobile employee apparently uploaded this photosphere sample, and the EXIF information states that the device used had a model number of SM-N900T. There are reports that this could be the LTE model of Galaxy Note 3, but in the production form it is better known as SM-N9005.

Take a look at the full photo via the above link and see how high quality the photosphere example is, although the source does explain that quality drops a lot once you zoom in. We should note that this data can be faked, it wouldn’t be the first time we have seen EXIF data faked.

What do you want to see at the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 event in terms of specs? You can see details on the event start time here and you might be interested in seeing the Galaxy Note 3 lockscreen wallpaper on a Note 2.

If you want to see a roundup of what’s expected at the event in terms of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs and features, then see our earlier recap.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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