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  1. A list of 4.6 million phone numbers and matching usernames from users of the Snapchat app are now being offered on a website called SnapchatDB.info. The information was collected using the API exploit that we told you about last week, and is being offered as an SQL dump (around 40 MB) or as a CSV text file. The site states that the information contains usernames matched up with phone numbers. The site reasons that since many people use the same username on sites like Facebook and Twitter, you could be able to find the phone number of someone you want to get in touch with. The hackers involved
  2. A published report out of China indicates that a "mini" version of the Nokia Lumia 1520 phablet is on the way. The device will reportedly be named the Nokia Lumia 1520 V and will feature a 4.3 inch screen, down sharply from the 6 inch glass found on the full-sized version of the phone. However, the screen on the "V" will keep the same 1080 x 1920 resolution employed on the larger model. That could result in one of the highest pixel density figures on a smartphone. The rest of the specs include 2GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage. A 14MP PureView camera is on back and a 3000mAh batte
  3. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo, which was recently leaked via internal promotional documents, has been pictured next to the Galaxy Note 3. If the leaked specs are to be believed, the Galaxy Note 3 Neo is set to be more of the spiritual successor to the Galaxy Note II, with a thinner profile and the faux leather back panel introduced with the Galaxy Note 3. It'll also feature a 1.7GHz dual + 1.3GHz quad-core "Hexa" processor, which Samsung looks to be developing for its midrange and entry-level devices. It raises interesting questions about what sort of performance a potential six-c
  4. There have been some previous rumors about the Sony Xperia Z2, Sony’s next Flagship that we covered a couple days ago, and it looks as though we might be able to add to those rumors. According to Chinese sources at Digi-wo, it looks like someone who claims to be part of Sony’s R&D department has leaked some screenshots of the Xperia Z2’s back cover, along with a small spec sheet of what we can look forward to once this device launches. Just looking at the back cover, it looks to follow the same style as some of the other Xperia devices, (albeit without the glass back we’ve become accustome
  5. Two separate images allegedly of the Nexus 10 (2013) were leaked this weekend on Reddit. One comes from a Telefonica employee said to be disgruntled with the company and unhappy with his job. That render shows a thinner bezel and what appears to be a front-facing speaker on the top of the slate. The image shows the tablet running the Google Experience launcher on Android 4.4. The second image shows that the device is made by LG. Samsung produces the current version of the tablet. According to this particular leak, the tablet has the model number of LG-V510. That model turned up on a B
  6. If you’ve been skeptical of the iPhone 6 leaks and information that has surfaced so far, perhaps today’s very plausible leaked mockup of the forthcoming handset in silver will pique your interest. Sure, with so many months to go until the purported release of the handset, we cannot be entirely sure of what’s in store, but given how lifelike this particular leak appears to be, it’s also hard to ignore the fact that we may already know what Apple has its up its sleeve. Not that it particularly needs to be reiterated, but we expect that the iPhone 6 will offer a curved rear shell akin to the iPod
  7. HTC is expected to re-enter the tablet market this year with a slate that’s currently called HTC Volantis (aka Flounder). We first heard about it last month, and now new and intriguing details have been revealed. According to @evleaks, the early renders of the HTC Volantis were fake. Reportedly, the tablet might feature a whopping 5GB of RAM, although this isn’t “final.” Other features that the Volantis should offer at launch include an 8.9 inch display with 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, BoomSound speakers, 5MP / 8MP rear camera, silver aluminum unibody, 64GB of storage space, and a 64-bit Nvidia T
  8. From the same source that leaked the Lumia 1520 specs and pricing for us over the weekend, now comes the listing for Asha 502, a new affordable phone from Nokia that is likely to be announced tomorrow. The leaked post confirms a 3.2" display and the same 5 MP camera found on the leaked Asha 503, so we'd wager to guess the 502 would mimic the rest of the 503, save perhaps for the 3G connectivity. The specs for the Asha 503 are said to be 3.2" touchscreen with 240 x 320 pixels resolution, 5 MP camera with LED flash, microSD card slot and a 1200 mAh battery. It will be the best conne
  9. Earlier this month, a tipster told me that the Google Nexus 5 could have two different batteries powering the phone, depending on which model of the device you're looking at. According to our source, the 16GB version of the phone will be powered by a 2300mAh cell while the 32GB variant will be powered by a larger 3000mAh battery. Last week I passed on the word from a leaked report out of Italy that stated that the Google Nexus 5 will have just one battery, and that will be a 2300mAh cell. here is the 2300mAh cell which was leaked out in a series of photographs.
  10. Nokia’s Lumia 520 has been pushing Windows Phone’s marketshare along thanks to its low cost, and it appears its replacement, the Lumia 525, will arrive shortly. Photos of the Lumia 525 have leaked today thanks to Chinese certification agency TENAA. It looks to be almost identical to the existing Lumia 520 on the outside, with a rear camera and similar styling. Rumors suggest it will ship with a dual-core Qualcomm processor, 1GB of RAM, a 5-megapixel camera, and with a focus on music. It could be one of the most important Lumias yet. Nokia recently hit a record of 8.8 million Lumia sal
  11. Last week, we leaked the 2,300mAh Nexus 5 battery. Before the announcement, the Nexus 5 leaks will never end. Photos of the Nexus 5 with a white or black front frame have already come out before. Today we get the black Nexus 5 display screen with some inner components, like the battery, rear facing camera, front facing camera and earphone jack, etc. The Nexus 5 screen is measured at 4.95-inch. More details showed in the HD photos below. source: fanaticphone
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