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Verizon’s Samsung ATIV Odyssey leaks with Windows Phone 8

Verizon’s Samsung ATIV Odyssey leaks with Windows Phone 8

Samsung's new Windows Phone 8 device for Verizon's network, the ATIV Odyssey, has been spotted pre-announcement, with a press image of the LTE smartphone creeping into the wild. The official looking shot emerged via evleaks - which also help spoil Verizon's surprise with the HTC DROID DNA over the weekend - though we've heard whispers of the name and specifications since early in 2012.

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HTC Verizon event set for November 13, DROID DNA likely

HTC Verizon event set for November 13, DROID DNA likely

On the 13th of this month there will indeed be an event held by HTC and Verizon at once, bringing on a new device that's quite likely looking like what we've been teased with over the past few weeks - the HTC DROID DNA. This device is the only un-revealed machine we've seen that's heading for Verizon from HTC that's been visible in leaks over the past few weeks, and with the way the market looks today, such a phablet is quite likely to pop up soon. You'll want to stick right here to SlashGear for the big event on the 13th as it'll be bright with high definition and massive display size, one way or another.

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HTC DROID DNA leaks as massive phablet for December

HTC DROID DNA leaks as massive phablet for December

It's time for the ADR6435 Deluxe to pop up from HTC, a DROID device bringing on the greatness of the HTC J Butterfly here to the USA on Verizon's 4G LTE network. This device has the highest definition display on the planet at over 400 PPI and will be appearing in early December according to @evleaks, a notoriously accurate leaker of mobile device images and details. This device is HTC's answer to the phablet craze, that being the Samsung Galaxy Note and LG Intuition beasts that've been released over the past few months.

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LG Nexus 4 leaks in apparently official press shot [Update: Is it fake?]

LG Nexus 4 leaks in apparently official press shot [Update: Is it fake?]

What's believed to be a promotional image of the LG Nexus 4 bearing Google's Nexus branding has leaked, ahead of the smartphone's expected launch next week. The image, courtesy of tipster evleaks, fits with previous leaked photos of the handset in the wild, though that last sighting didn't include the bold "nexus" logo across the upper rear of the phone. Update: Not so fast! This might not be as legit as we hoped.

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LG Nexus 4 name, specs outed in latest leak

LG Nexus 4 name, specs outed in latest leak

By now, we're no stranger to Nexus 4 leaks, and Google seems primed to announce the new Nexus phone at an Android event its holding on October 29. Before it gets the chance to reveal it, however, the trusty folks of @evleaks have some more details to share with us, this time leaking both the name of the device and its specs. Since @evleaks rarely steers us in the wrong direction, we're tempted to believe them with this one.

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T-Mobile Roadmap releases Windows Phone 8X on November 14th

T-Mobile Roadmap releases Windows Phone 8X on November 14th

Just incase you didn't know that the Windows Phone 8X was coming to T-Mobile, an alledged roadmap of the carrier's upcoming releases has made it clear. This roadmap from TmoNews also lists the LG Optimus L9 Android device, a Samsung Toba (possibly a tablet we've not heard of before), and a Dell BMW - this very likely being a laptop ready for action with Windows 8, starting up T-Mobile's laptop efforts again like AT&T is doing with their set of notebook releases. This list goes on as well, showing off a color refresh for the Galaxy S II and a BlackBerry Armstrong device.

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Nokia Lumia 920 appears in five color leak

Nokia Lumia 920 appears in five color leak

Another image has appeared showing off what very well may be the hero device at this week's Nokia/Microsoft event, this being the Lumia 920, a Windows Phone 8 smartphone for the next generation. This model has been leaked with information leading us to believe that it'll be working with PureView technology in its 8 megapixel camera, this notion all but confirmed by Nokia's PureView chief this morning. His comments including how "it's NOT about the number of pixels but what you do with them" appearing as a direct response to criticism over the not-yet-confirmed Lumia smartphone.

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