What appear to be unannounced LG and Samsung Android handsets have been spotted online, with product numbers reminding us of Nexus and Galaxy Note devices, respectively.

Well-known leaker @evleaks asked on Twitter in two status updates what the LG D830 and the Samsung SM-N7505 are, adding that the Nexus 5 has two versions (D820 and D821), while the Galaxy Note 3 has model number SM-N900x.

The LG D830 has been spotted on LG’s website, and the model number is awfully similar to the Nexus 5’s model numbers. The LG D830 has a Full HD display (1920 x 1080) according to the user agent profile, and will have LTE support.


The Samsung SM-N7505 device has been spotted on logistics website Zauba, which has been the source of similar leaks in the past concerning the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear smartwatch. According to the information available, we’re indeed looking at a mobile phone which will have a screen size between 5.5 and 5.7 inches, and which has been shipped “for testing and evaluation and not for retail sale.”

However, its model number isn’t similar with the Galaxy Note 3’s model number, rather reminding us of the Galaxy Note 2, whose model number is SM-N7100.

Samsung SM-N7505

Images for either device aren’t available yet. Furthermore, we’ll add that the fact that these LG and Samsung devices have been spotted online doesn’t mean anything just yet, so we’ll just have to wait for more details.

  • MasterMuffin

    Cheaper G2 to compete with Nexus 5? And cheap Galaxy Note 3?

    • Bryan Z

      They wouldn’t dare to make a cheap Note 3… well I hope not. Note 3 is the best phone they’ve got

      • MasterMuffin

        If they do it, it won’t have a “Note” in its name. And maybe it’s just for the Asian market? Or maybe I should stop guessing before we know anything about the device? :)

    • IDontKnowMyName

      lol I think that one will be Galaxy Note 2 – 2013 edition :P

  • Johan Andresen

    LG G2 Pro?

  • chanman

    Maybe this is the revival of that old rumour of a Nexus 4 with LTE to sell alongside the Nexus 5. God knows that hardware is beautiful enough to get enough people to buy it.

    • Cal Rankin

      This model has a full HD screen. The Nexus 4 has only a 720p screen. It is debatable on whether or not people would buy the Nexus 4 if it had official LTE support, but I don’t think Google would deliver another Nexus – especially an older, and possibly cheaper one – to cannibalize sales of the Nexus 5.
      I don’t think that’s it, but whatever it is, it’s certainly worth a look.

  • iTriune

    G2 Google Play Edition?

  • Cal Rankin

    The LG one seems suspiciously Nexus-like. I hope this isn’t the “other projects” Google said they were working on with Verizon.

  • Dan

    What’s going to happen when the Nexus 5 reaches “7”? Won’t things get a little confusing?

    • Arturo Raygoza

      I think it will stay at 5, but be 2014 edition

  • Prithviraj D Jaguar

    I think it is LG G2 Pro. Or may be Nexus 5 for some carrier.

  • Rayan

    Galaxy Note 2 plus? O.o
    And LG G2 Pro?

  • osikiri

    I suspect LG-D830 is Nexus 5 with 3,000mah battery as rumored before…

    • Noel

      I suspect my specially ordered n beefed up N5+ that i have been clamoring for and WILLING TO PAY MORE FOR. Yes i really do hope it is a beefed up Nexus with 3000+mAh battery, 64GB internal storage, 3GB RAM, 13/16MP rear camera and 3/5MP front cam. I have been holding off buying the N5 mainly due to the battery and also waiting to see what the Q1 2014 devices mostly HTC M8 and Sammy GS5 will bring to the table. But a beefed up N5 if Google/LG make it happen will change my calculus and so will many.

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  • william

    Or a Nexus 5 for Verizon

  • Mf Lye

    iphone 5.25?

  • Sams Helper

    note 3 cheap variant must have quad core otherwise no one is interested in recycled version on “Galaxy Note 1”

    • Raj

      And more than 2GB RAM
      and a decent battery
      Otherwise its Recycled version of “note 2” lol