Note 3 Specs Leak
Additional details come from Indonesian site teknoup.com, which published a screenshot(Opens in a new window) of Erafone's product specs, including the Android 4.4.3 KitKat operating system and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor (with alternative versions running an Exynos 5433), plus Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities.
Note 3 specs leak
According to the information, the Galaxy Note 4 is, in fact, the N910 device that the well known evleaks leaked out several weeks ago. evleaks noted that the N910 would be coming to all five major U.S. carriers and that it would be arriving on Bell in Canada as well. He also suggested that the device would come with 32GB of storage space.
Rumors also point to the debut of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, also known as the Samsung Galaxy F, in September. SamMobile claims that the device, while real, will only be headed to carriers in Korea and will be doing so with a number of high-end specs including a QHD display and new camera sensor.
Supposedly leaked internal product positioning documents suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo will actually be closer to a spruced up Samsung Galaxy Note 2 than a toned down Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
While Samsung may not have disclosed anything about its highly anticipated Galaxy Note 3, most of its specs are out there in the form of leaks and speculation. Until now, it was believed that the Galaxy Note 3 will come with 3GB RAM, but serial leaker evleaks tweets otherwise. The tweet reads - Alleged confirmed specs: 2.3GHz x4, 1080x1920, 2.5GB RAM. If this piece of news is to be believed, then the Note 3 will come with 2.5GB RAM, and not 3GB.
It is to be noted that these specifications are unofficial and are derived from alleged industry insider knowledge, and a stream of leaks that have proven to be useful in prior instances. Still, take them with a grain of salt until it is all set and done at IFA.
The Galaxy Note 3 will most likely come out with Android 4.3. This version of the OS has been widely leaked and it has appeared on previous Samsung hardware like the Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy S3. The Galaxy Note 2 is likely it get it as well according to some reports. Now that Android 4.3 has launched, we know exactly what the changes are, and you can read some details in our Nexus 7 II Review, but here are the highlights:
Not much is known about the Galaxy Note 3, with even its existence still a mystery, but a new rumor has now surfaced revealing some of its specs, along with an alleged photo of the device courtesy of MyDrivers.
Hope Lei Jun read your comments regarding the SOC. I was planning to buy the MI4C Advanced version but this Redmi 3 has an amazing design and pretty decent specs for a competitive price. MI4C Advanced is still sold around $260 which is above my budget. I mean for $70 more I could wait and grab the MI5 basic version but it is not my goal. Just hope that the Redmi 3 will be released pretty soon. Please Lei Jun, make it happen as quick as possible!!!!!!!!!
but the redmi was never about midrange, its always like a low end budget phone costing around 100-120$ for everyone, thats the thinking behind it, if you boost obv. all specs on every corner it would get more expensive.
Since the very popular Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (and Galaxy Gear duo) debut in September 2013, there have been some speculation about a similar device titled Galaxy Note 3 Neo / Lite. Today, some Galaxy Note 3 Neo leaked images have been released online confirming the device is indeed in works.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite / Neo is a cheaper and smaller version of Galaxy Note 3 being called both the Note 3 Neo and Note 3 Lite. These leaked images do show similarity between the two devices, however, the Note 3 Neo will be more of a budget device with a few compromises here and there.
Comparing the specs with Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the phablet proudly sports a 5.7 inch 1080p Full HD Super AMOLED 1080 x 1920, 386ppi display. The camera is also much better (in terms of megapixels) than what's being shared with Galaxy Note 3 Neo / Lite leaked images. Note 3 has a 13MP front and 2MP rear camera.
A recent leak from China's TENAA regulatory listings has filled in some other interesting ROG Phone 3 details. We know that it will use a 6.6-inch FHD display, a 6,000 mAh battery with 30W fast charging, and will be available with a choice of 8GB, 12GB or 16GB RAM accompanied by 128GB, 256GB or 512GB of storage.
Updated on 8-30-2013 by Andy Boxall: The optical image stabilization feature has been debunked, while a new rendered image has been leaked, giving us a good idea of how the device will look. Talk has emerged of a basic version of the phone for emerging markets, while 4K video could feature on the primary model.
A supposed Note 3 leak back in April suggested an eight-core Exynos 5410 Samsung Exynos Octa processor with the Cortex A15 cores clocked at 2.0GHz, and a Cortex A7 core at 1.7GHz. This rumor was further fueled by SamMobile in May. Citing a trusted adviser they also backed the suggestion that the Note 3 will have 3GB of RAM. GSM Insider spotted the Samsung SM-N9005 in the AnTuTu Benchmark database and reckons it is the Note 3. The results show a 2.3GHz processor running Android 4.3 and that tallies with some other strong rumors that the Note 3 will have the Snapdragon 800 in it.
AT&T and T-Mobile customers already know what they will have to cough up if they want to squeeze Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 into their pockets. Verizon customers, however, are currently in the dark -- despite big red encouraging you commit in advance all the same. A reportedly leaked document received by AndroidSPIN pegs the phone at $699 sans-contract, or $299 if you sign on the dotted line for a two-year fling. Verizon seems keen to bundle in the Galaxy Gear, too, offering a joint package for $599 should you want to go all in. The pricing-curtain officially lifts at 9am ET, but here's a head start if you need to count those beans. Take a squint at the image yourself past the break.
The Samsung Galaxy Note III will not be official released until September 4 but leaked photos are already doing the blog rounds. The specs of the phablet have also been leaked and it seems that this time they are real.
AMD's Ryzen 7000 (Raphael) processors with Zen 4 cores will arrive this fall to disrupt the best CPUs on the market. However, hardware leaker Enthusiastic Citizen (opens in new tab) has spoiled us with the potential specifications for the next-generation chips. Then, out of the blue, ASRock released an official statement via its Weibo account (opens in new tab) denying that the information came from the company, suggesting that the specifications are probably accurate.
As with all unreleased hardware leaks, we recommend treating the Ryzen 7000 specifications with caution. The fact that ASRock has issued a denial almost certainly tells us that the information is legit. If it were bogus, ASRock would have zero reasons to make a statement. It's weird because no one suspected ASRock was the leak's source. We suspect that Enthusiastic Citizen's informant may be working for ASRock.
The Ryzen 9 7900X and Ryzen 7 7700X will arrive to replace the Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 7 5700X, respectively. As a result, we're looking at 17% higher boost clock speeds on the new Zen 4 chips. What we find strange is that there was no mention of the Ryzen 7 7800X in the leak, almost implying that the Ryzen 7 5800X may get a successor or the replacement may come in late. For Zen 3, AMD released the Ryzen 7 5800X first and consequently the Ryzen 7 5700X almost a year later. It was already too late when the Ryzen 7 5700X hit the retail market because Intel's comparable Alder Lake chips were faster and cheaper.
DJI has dropped a promo teaser inviting fans to a product launch event on November 2. But while social media is buzzing with speculation about the new offering, a German website has gone ahead and leaked the complete photo gallery and specifications of a new DJI drone: the Mavic 3 Classic.
The Samsung Note 8 will be launched this Wednesday August 23 11am EDT at Samsung Unpacked 2017. There had been intriguing rumors that it will have a 4K screen for an unparalleled VR experience. However, leaks appear to confirm that this is not the case.
Well, Android Police found a leak of the Note 8 specs, accidentally posted by Samsung itself. The specs show a QHD+ resolution of 2560 x 1440, the same as flagship Samsung Galaxy phones since the S6. It will also feature a dual lens rear cameras for wide angle and telephoto shots (12mp each) and an 8mp front-facing camera. The processor will be an Exynos 8895 SoC processor, except in the US, where it will use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.
Tweeted by Evan Blass (opens in new tab) (a leaker with an excellent track record), the specs list mentions 41mm and 45mm sizes in both Bluetooth and LTE versions. The larger of those apparently has a 1.4-inch Super AMOLED screen, while the smaller has a 1.2-inch one.
The difference here is that while the previous screenshot claimed a 20 megapixel rear camera, the new one mentions 16 megapixel. Perhaps these are two different variants of the phone meant for different markets (the Korean models usually have better specs) but we'll have to wait and see to find out for sure.
Looking at the leaked images and renders, it appears Xiaomi is going for flat-edged approach for the next Note series, which gives it a really clean look, especially when combined with the tight, rounded corners.
Samsung's next event, where the company is slated to reveal its new foldable phones, the Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3, is still weeks away. However, thanks to leaker Evan Blass, we've just gotten the first official (well, official-looking) image of the new devices, along with some key specs.