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Images leak of supposed Galaxy Note III Phablet - Gadget Reviews

Images leak of Galaxy Note III "Prototype"

Images leak of supposed Galaxy Note III Phablet - http://www.techattacks4u.blogspot.in/
In the spirit of device leakers everywhere, two crappy images of what is supposedly the Galaxy Note III "Phablet" have leaked on the Interwebs, showing not much more than the front of the unpowered device next to a few items on someones untidy desk. We can at least get an idea of the size of this massive phone when compared to the coffee cup, above and to the left on the first image.
The images were posted to Twitter under the handle of @techkiddy, which also links to a website showing the images and specs.
According to Technology Blogs Simplified, the specs are a little different to previous rumors that we reported way back in December last year; the phone will feature a "pants busting"  5.7″ sAMOLED Full HD display, Octa-Core or Snapdragon 800 processor, 13 megapixel camera, Android 4.3, S Pen functions and Samsung’s own TouchWiz nature UX interface.

Apple announces iPhone 5S - Gadget Reviews

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In a special event held at Apple's HQ in Cupertino today, the next generation of iPhone was revealed which confirms previous rumours that it would include a fingerprint sensor known as Touch ID, a faster processor and improved camera with dual LED flash. A new 'champagne' colour option has been made available for the first time, which includes gold tinted metal, and white glass. The exterior shell of the device is much the same as the iPhone 5, and looks almost identical at first glance. The home button loses its iconic look, and is replaced by a sleeker button with a silver ring surrounding it. Inside, the new A7 processor is said to have significant speed improvements and for the first time is 64-bit. This is the first smartphone with such a processor. Specifically, the 5S's CPU is 2 times as fast as the 5, and will utilise OpenGL|ES 3.0 for graphics. Battery life remains at 10 hours of talk time or LTE browsing, and 250 hours of standby.
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