Samsung is hard at work toning down the feature spam on its phones, but it apparently has no plans of cutting back on gadget spam. We can’t say we blame the company, of course, since pushing out dozens of mobile devices each year is part of what has made Samsung the top smartphone vendor in the world by a staggering margin in terms of handset shipment volume. Earlier this week, a new upcoming Samsung phablet was uncovered when preliminary specs for the Galaxy Note 3 Neo leaked. Now, the device that will be a more affordable version of the company’s popular Note 3 phablet has apparently been pictured for the first time. SamMobile posted the photo above on its Twitter feed on Friday and no other details were provided. An earlier report suggested that the Note 3 Neo will feature a 5.55-inch 720p Super AMOLED display, an 8-megapixel camera, a 3,100 mAh battery, 2GB of RAM and a new 6-core processor when it debuts in the near future.