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  1. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo looks to be more of a refresh to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 rather than a dumbed-down version of the Note 3, as it features the Galaxy Note 2's 5.55" 720p Super AMOLED display, 8MP camera, and 3,100 mAh battery. Even the RAM and internal storage are the same at 2GB and 16GB, respectively. What is interesting, however, is the new 1.7GHz dual + 1.3GHz quad-core (Hexa) processor powering the Galaxy Note 3 Neo. We didn't get much details throughout the document beyond a mere mention of the name and the clock speed of the two sets of cores. It'll certainly be a step up from the 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos found on the Note 2, but the question is how will it compare to the Snapdragon 600 and 800 chipsets out there. Could it feature Samsung new HMP solution - the one that allows all cores to work simultaneously? It would be an odd move for Samsung to debut their new killer processor tech in a "lite" model device, but this industry has certainly seen stranger things happen. The good news is that Samsung is bringing over its slick new faux leather back cover from the Galaxy Note 3 (probably why it lends its name), and is a slimmer device than the Note 2 to boot. Also included are all of the Smart Features from the Note 3 and S4, including Air command and Advanced Multi Window. We've been hearing talk of a new 720p Note variant for quite some time now, and although the leaked promo packet doesn't mention a release or announce date, MWC 2014 next month sounds about right. Be sure to check back with us for all the breaking news on the Galaxy Note 3 Neo. Source
  2. According to Korea’s inews24, Dong-hoon Chang today confirmed that Samsung would unveil its new Galaxy S5 high-end smartphone at MWC this February. Unfortunately, that’s all that the Samsung exec allegedly said. The Korean publication notes that Galaxy S5 is a “tentative name”, so we may have a surprise when it comes to the handset’s final moniker (although, frankly, S5 seems to be the best choice for the smartphone's official name). Rumors regarding the features of the new Galaxy appeared countless times until now, suggesting that we should expect to see it having a 64-bit Exynos processor and a 5.25-inch Quad HD (1440 x 2560) AMOLED display. We also saw a few concepts that envision the Galaxy S5 through the eyes of fans, but there’s no way of telling if any of them resemble the real device. MWC 2014 debuts on February 24 in lovely Barcelona, so we’re not that far away from finding out if the Galaxy S5 will be announced there. Of course, 'till then, CES 2014 kicks off next week, albeit Samsung will probably not reveal any new smartphones at this show, (but it might showcase the Galaxy Gear 2). Source
  3. There's already been rumors that Nokia is working on an 8-inch tablet device, which would follow the company's recently announced 10.1 inch Lumia 2520 with Windows RT. Today, a new rumor claims that the 8-inch tablet model has a real name, the Lumia 2020, and it will be revealed by Nokia as part of their Mobile World Congress activities. NokiaPowerUser reports, via an unnamed tipster, that the 8-inch Lumia 2020 "will run on Snapdragon 800 and will have a 1080p resolution display. It will be faster and have higher PPI display than Lumia 2520 and will come with stylus support." The same tipster also claims Nokia is working on a new smartphone, which it calls the Lumia 1820, that will have a "metal unibody and Lytro-style camera." The story claims both of these products will be introduced during MWC 2014, which will be held in Barcelona, Spain from February 24-27. Nokia is still developing new hardware products even though the company announced it will be selling its Devices and Services division to Microsoft. That deal, which is pending government approval from the U.S. and Europe, is expected to close before the end of March 2014. Original Article
  4. About a week ago, we have seen a Sony mysterious device codenamed 'Sirius' and now according to our sources, the 'Sirius' is the codename for the Sony Xperia Z1 successor Xperia Z2 and Sony will unveil the Xperia Z1 successor at the MWC as we all know that the Sony Sirius was tipped to launch at the MWC 2014 and the device is rumored to feature a 5.2 inches of display having resolution of 2560 x 1440 which is similar to the Xperia Z2 rumored display size. Not only this, all the rumored specs of the Sony Sirius are similar to the Xperia Z2 rumored specs and according to our sources, the Japanese manufacturer is working on the Xperia Z2 aka Sirius and we will see this device in the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2014. The Sony Xperia Z2 aka Sirius will also feature a 20.7 megapixel of camera along with a 3700mAH of battery and the device will be the super slim and of course, the Z2 will also be water resistant, the Mobile Bravia Engine 3 with modified X-Reality for mobile also included in the specs of the Sony Xperia Z2 aka Sirius. Source
  5. 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-core device could bring to the playing field, especially compared to Snapdragon or even Samsung's own octa-core Exynos. Given the sheer amount of previous leaks surrounding the Galaxy Note 3 "Lite", as it was formerly known, it's likely that we'll get official word of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo at MWC 2014 next month. Source
  6. Google and Samsung already have an interesting relationship, but it is about to get much more awkward. Google has seemed a bit concerned for some time that Samsung has taken such a dominant role in the Android ecosystem. Now, Google will have a new reason to be concerned: beginning in March, Samsung will dominate Android and compete with it at the same time. According to a report from Japan-based magazine Mainichi, top Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo has confirmed that Tizen smartphones will become available beginning in March. The news follows a number of delays that pushed the launch of Samsung’s first Tizen phone back from last year, but the consumer tech giant apparently has no plans to delay things any further. The first round of Samsung’s Tizen handsets are expected to debut next month during the annual Mobile World Congress trade show. Source
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