We’ve been hearing countless rumors regarding Galaxy Note 3, specifically regarding its design. Nearly three weeks ago we heard that Samsung is planning to revamp design of its upcoming Note 3, in the wake of incredibly good looking HTC One, then just less than a week ago a rumor suggested that Samsung aims to feature a flexible OLED display on its upcoming phablet. And just yesterday we saw alleged pictures of Galaxy Note 3, which later turned out to be fake.

Today, a new rumor apparently coincides with all of the above reports, as according to today’s report Samsung is testing out three designs for its upcoming Note 3 phablet; one that follows the design lines of the Galaxy S4, one that features a “completely different design,” and one that comes packs a flexible display.

Talking about flexible displays, there had appeared a report stating that Samsung’s flexible OLED displays are delayed due to quality problems.  On the other side, LG had recently announced its plans for releasing flexible OLED smartphone in the forth quarter of this year. This announcement might get Samsung’s attention towards outing such kind of a smartphone before anybody, because after all the Korean Conglomerate was the first smartphone manufacturer to demo flexible displays at this year’s CES.

However, if Samsung doesn’t come up with a flexible display on the upcoming Note phablet, it would be nice to see Note 3 with a different design this year. With all that said, nothing is official yet as Samsung hasn’t hinted towards the possibility of any rumor being true, so take all these rumors with a grain of salt for now. What kind of decision you think Samsung should make regarding its upcoming Note 3 design?

(via AndroidAuthority)