The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 hasn't been given an official airing yet, but there's already a debate over its potential screen size, with 5.9 inches rated favourite in the latest report.
According to Korea Times, sources and a local supplier have "confirmed" that Samsung will be showing off a Galaxy Note 3 concept to US network AT&T this week.
An executive for Samsung's main parts supplier also went on to say the Galaxy Note 3 will sport a 5.9-inch display - which goes against suggestions of a 6.3-inch screen.
The executive also claims Samsung will use OLED technology for the display which is expected to sport a full HD resolution.
Super-size no surprise
If the Galaxy Note 3 does launch with a 5.9-inch display, it would place it between the 5.7-inch ZTE Grand Memo and the monster 6.1-inch Huawei Ascend Mate - which were launched at MWC 2013 and CES 2013 respectively.
It's not hard to believe that Samsung is working on a new iteration of its super-sized phone-cum-tablet, but we're not particularly confident in details that come from "sources and suppliers", as in the past many have turned out to be false.
In terms of a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date, the sources said they expected the handset to arrive towards the end of August, falling in line with IFA 2013 in Berlin - which would mimic the movements of the Galaxy Note 2 last year.