Two announced handsets with model numbers not seen anywhere else have been spotted online.

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The LG-D830 could be a high-end device, as it follows the D8xx model number convention. The LG G2, for instance, had a model number D802. The Nexus 5 came with model numbers D821 and D820. From the user agent profile listing, we do not get much information other than the fact that the device features a full-HD resolution screen and comes with LTE.

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The Samsung SM-N7505 is a single-SIM device that features a screen-size of 5.49 inches. There seems to be another variant of the same device with a screen size at 5.7 inches. From the listing on Zauba, we can see that the device was sent from Korea to New Delhi, India, where Samsung has a division that works on software services and wireless integration for its mobile devices. There were a total of eleven handsets that were sent to New Delhi, and it has been mentioned on the docket that the devices were for testing and evaluation.

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The price for the device has been declared as $540 (INR 33,245), which is the best indication yet as to what this device might actually be. The Galaxy S4 in India was launched in India for $600, and the Galaxy Note 3 price was initially around $720. So it is unlikely that the SM-N7505 device would be a flagship offering.

However, the model number SM-N7505 is consistent with what Samsung uses for its Note series, with the Note 3’s model number being SM-N900x. So, this device could likely turn out to be a Lite version of the Galaxy Note 3. Samsung had just announced that it intends to launch the Galaxy Grand Lite at MWC 2014, so it could launch the Galaxy Note 3 Lite at the same time.

Source: Twitter (1), Twitter (2), Zauba

 

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