Now that mobile phone manufacturer Samsung has got its Galaxy S4 unveiled, attention has now turned to the Galaxy Note 3.
Judging on what the South Korean company has done in the past, users could expect to see the new handset at the start of September or October, which could potentially put it head-to-head with Apple's iPhone 6, as it is also predicted to arrive early autumn.
The Galaxy Note 3 is expected to be even bigger than the Note 2's 5.5-inch display. It is rumoured from early reports that the successor could be an incredible 6.1-inches big which is verging on tablet territory.
The manufacturers may have let a little secret out by listing smartphone accessories on its website that are for handsets between 4 inches and 6.3 inches.
Users can expect the device to retail for at least £550, given the company's track record, but will sport impressive software capabilities and could possibly carry an octo-core chip like the Galaxy S4.
Nothing has been confirmed by the manufacturer, but these rumours usually give a hint as to what users can expect.
Posted by Simon Thomas