Weeks before the planned reveal of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, another leak has been identified via Phone Arena, this time detailing the target markets and the models that will be released for each one.
What is also notable here is that the networks per country have also been identified, so you can see if you the carrier of your choice will have the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
It is a very detailed list, in fact, spanning 36 countries for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with HSPA+ connectivity, while the continuation of the list also reveals 40 areas and countries that will be getting the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with LTE.
This latter device, according to Phone Arena, will feature the Snapdragon 800 SoC with a 2.3 GhZ quad-core CPU, 3 GB of RAM, and the Adreno 330 GPU.
September 10 seems to be taking too long in coming as another video of the iPhone 5C, Apple's touted low-cost phone, has been leaked, this time with the yellow back cover taking the spotlight.
In this video, you can see the iPhone 5C side-by-side with the succession of Apple's devices. Those who have a keen eye for detail or simply know their Apple devices inside out may notice where the iPhone 5C may be taking its inspiration from in terms of design.
Looking at the video, the iPhone 5C seems to have blended together the good bits of past generations of Apple devices to meld them all into a cohesively designed device.
MacRumors added that the source of the video, Sonny Dickson, has been responsible for quite a few releases of iPhone 5C photos in varying colors, with the released ones including green, white, blue and red.
(Credit to Sonny Dickson for the image, which features the white version of the iPhone 5C)
The Nokia Lumia 825: Joining the 5-Inch Screen Battle?
Nokia has been rolling out smartphone after smartphone, each with specific additions and improvements.
This time, another device has been leaked, the supposed Nokia Lumia 825. According to GSM Arena, this will be the largest to date among Nokia's smartphones, which could mean that Nokia is wasting no time in trying to catch up with the different markets of other competitors.
The report also revealed some of the features, such as a quad-core processor running at 1.2 GHz, but with most features clocking in at a mid-range variety. Some of the other linked features includes the Qualcomm Adreno 305 GPU and a resolution of 720p.
As far as the dates are concerned, an October date has been pegged, which can mean that this may be Nokia's champion against Apple's iPhone 5C, another affordable smartphone, but with the added value of a bigger screen.