With the Samsung Galaxy S4 launch just days away, word comes that the Korean company is preparing to unveil a new 5.9-inch smartphone later this year.
This, indeed, could be the Galaxy Note 3, and with the source claiming that the new device will follow Samsung's habit of releasing a Note "in the latter half of the year", it's looking quite likely.
The source also claims that the alleged new phablet will have an AMOLED touchscreen, and will run on the Samsung Exynos 5 Octa eight-core processor that's expected to appear in the Galaxy S4.
Go big or go home
It's certainly a safe bet that the Note 3 will boast more screen real estate than its predecessors. The original Galaxy Note had a 5.3-inch display, which the Note 2 upped to 5.5 inches.
The Galaxy S flagship phone has also bulked up over time, with the S3 sporting a 4.8-inch touchscreen compared to the S2's 4.3-inch display.
That said, the Korea Times, which spoke to the alleged Samsung source, has been hit and miss over time, so keep one hand on the salt pot for now.