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  1. baileystein's Avatar
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    Keep in mind that anything can change and that these are just predictions. There may be an extra device I'm missing or one that doesn't belong.

    AT&T:
    HTC Accord
    Samsung Marco
    Nokia Pureview Device

    Verizon:
    HTC Titan III (Zenith)
    Nokia Lumia Device (like the 900, but not the Phi)

    Sprint:
    HTC Rio

    T-Mobile:
    Samsung Odyssey
    Nokia Lumia Device (like the 710)

    So what are we looking for specs?

    HTC Accord (AT&T):
    -4.3 inch 720p Super LCD 2
    -LTE
    -8MP Camera with 1080p Video Recording
    -1 GB RAM

    Samsung Marco (AT&T):
    -4 inch WVGA sAMOLED Display
    -LTE
    -5MP Camera

    HTC Titan III or Zenith (Verizon):
    -4.7 inch 720p Super LCD 2
    -Verizon's 4G LTE
    -8 MP Camera with 1080p Video Recording
    -1 GB RAM

    HTC Rio (Sprint):
    -4 inch WVGA Display
    -LTE
    -5MP Camera with 720p Video Recording
    -512 MB RAM

    Samsung Odyssey (T-Mobile):
    -Galaxy Nexus-like Device
    -Will be T-Mobile's first LTE phone
    -4.65 inch HD sAMOLED Display
    -8MP Rear Camera, 2 MP Front-Facing Camera
    -NFC
    -T-Mobile's HERO DEVICE

    That's what I think, and it seems correct. I'm dead serious on the HTC Titan III for Verizon.

    I'm not telling you what I think on Nokia devices, but I'm thinking that the Phi is going to be unlocked for us Americans. Also, the image that leaked with the 4.3 inch display will go to T-Mobile.

    Both the Phi and the 710+ will be announced on September 5th.

    I don't think the Pureview will be announced simply because it is not ready. The lumia for Verizon? I honestly don't know.
  2. tissotti's Avatar
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    Pretty much agree with you.

    Nokia is the anomaly here.
    You can get quite far looking at HTC's and Samsung's current line to predict the specs and maybe even looks. After all both Samsung and HTC already have Qualcomm's MSM8960 in use in one of their Android flagships.


    Nokia wont be getting the 41MP sensor in 808 PureView into a MSM8960 phone but there might be small change of ~20MP pureview light version... or a flagship that has nothing to do with PureView might be even more likely.

    I just hope Nokia wont go and ruin the PureView brand on to some watered down Windows Phone version.
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    We won't see pure view until ces.

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