Samsung’s new MagazineUX leaked

Samsung has announce new TabPRO and NotePRO tablets at CES, which introduces new UI called Magazine UX. It delivers you news from feeds that you’ve subscribed in a WP-style live-tiles like UI (similar to Flipboard/HTC BlinkFeed). Now, the UI of the Samsung’s Magazine UX for phones has been leaked by @evleaks.


With this leak, it suggests that Samsung will bring this magazine-style UI to its newer phones (possibly high-end ones).




Low-end Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (7″) just got official

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After rumors and rumors, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite has, finally, unveiled by Samsung.

As a low-class tablet, it only has 7″ display with a resolution of WSVGA (1024×600), making its pixel density low enough (around 170ppi). Other (well, maybe, standard) feature that the tablet carries is a 1.2GHz dual-core processor (dunno who made the chipset), 1GB RAM, one choice of storage (8GB) and microSD expansion slot.

Things cutted from the original Tab3 7″ tablet was the (rear) camera and the slimness (only a bit). It brings 2MP camera instead of 3MP camera in the regular Tab3 7″ model, and it has a 9.7mm slimness instead of 9.9mm. The camera has some features too such as smile shot, Shoot & Share and Panorama Shot.

It offers some connectivity options too like Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ (2.4GHz), Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetoth 4.0, and USB2.0. There will be also a 3G version of the tablet, with a 21Mbps of download speed and 5.76Mbps of upload speed. And it can receive GPS signal too.

The Operating System has been upgraded a bit, spotting Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, while the regular 7″ model still stuck on Android 4.1.

The tablet’s dimension is at 193.4×116.4×9.7mm and weighs at 310 grams for the WiFi model. The battery capacity is at 3,600mAh that Samsung claims can handle up to 8 hours of video playback.

No information of the pricing and the availability date, though, hopefully it will come in a really-affordable price as rumored earlier (100 Euro/$129).

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SM-W750V – First WP Samsung phone with full HD screen

SammyToday  has spotted the new SM-W750V Windows Phone handset in an UA-PROF document and Bluetooth SIG document. SammyToday doesn’t give some informative information, but the picture says it all.

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Click picture to enlarge. From this document we know that the SM-W750V will bring Full HD display (1920×1080). LTE and Internet Explorer are also mentioned, so we know that the device will feature LTE connectivity. And because IE is only available on Windows-enabled device.



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Click the picture to enlarge. As you can see, the device will feature a Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity options.

When will it be announced? We don’t know. Could it be at MWC? We’ll keep you posted with some more news.


Samsung Galaxy S5 specs confirmed, S5 mini and S5 Zoom also confirmed



SamMobile has posted some Galaxy S5 specs. Let’s check it out!

The S5 will come in both plastic and metal body versions; the plastic S5 will costing around 650 euros and the metal (Galaxy F?) will cost around 800 euros.

It will have the Quad HD display (2560×1440 pixel resolution) and the screen size is likely to be 5.25″ as rumored. 16 mpix of camera has also been spotted (no info on optical image stabilization). The phone will come in two-versions as with older Samsung flagships, one with Exynos 6 and one with Snapdragon 805, one will LTE-enabled and the other are not. It will run Android KitKat 4.4 out of the box.

Other information such as internal memory, battery capacity, RAM, and other special features are still a mystery now.

The S5 is likely to be announced in mid-March in London, followed by the launch in early April.

SamMobile has also be able to confirm the other Galaxy S5 model family, the S5 mini and S5 Zoom. The S5 mini is a successor to the S4 mini, and the S5 Zoom is a successor of the S4 Zoom, of course. Both will have Super-AMOLED display (4.8″ display with qHD resolution on the S5 Zoom, the S5 mini is unknown), and will launched in somewhere in May or June.

Information above can be changed without notice, although SamMobile titled it as ‘confirmed’. We’ll keep you posted with an official statement.


New Samsung GT-I9405 model number pops up


Another day, another Galaxy. The folks over SamMobile has spot an unknown yet unannounced Samsung device. The model number that’s spotted is GT-I9405. The number is spotted at Zauba, a site that tracks export and import activity in India. (Click the picture to enlarge)


The model number suggests that this device could be placed between Galaxy S III (I9300/I9305) and Galaxy S4 (I9500/I9505). According to that data, the phone will have a large 5.5″ display and single-SIM slot.

What could it be? Galaxy S III Plus? Galaxy S III Neo? Or Galaxy S4 Neo?

No information of the device has been leaked or revealed; we’ll keep you posted for more upcoming news.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 to be unveiled mid-March


The Next Galaxy is about to come, however Samsung is ready to unveil its new Galaxy S5 flagship in mid-March, says Italian journalist Flavio. He says that this information is confirmed by a ‘reliable source’. The previous rumour said that the S5 will unveiled at MWC.

This rumour may be right, may be wrong, so we’ll wait for official statement.

Via Source

UNOFFICIAL Android 4.4.2 KitKat for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is now available to download

The unofficial KitKat build for Galaxy Note 3 have been leaked for Galaxy Note 3 (only for SM-N9005), courtesy of SamMobile.

The build is said to be one of the final builds of Galaxy Note 3 KitKat. That means no changes are missed, except a some of the bug fixes. The build version is N9005XXUENA6.

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However, if you’re interested, feel free to click this link. Be sure to backup your data before doing it, because it will erase your data (internal memory and SD card). The file is hosted on, which doesn’t allow you to download files greater than 1GB (just create a free account). 

This leaked ROM works only on Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005, which has Snapdragon 800 chipset with LTE support.

P.S.: If you live in Poland and/or other countries in Europe (especially near Poland) then you don’t need to download this, cause the update is now rolled out in Poland. Be sure to check the update center! If there’s no update in your country, then you should wait until the next coming days.