Three new Samsung Galaxy phones will launch on U.S. carriers in the near future, according to @evleaks. The prolific leaker says the Samsung SM-G750 and SM-N910 will launch on AT&T, while Sprint will get the SM-G680. A subsequent tweet outs the G680 as "likely a CDMA variant of the G870, which is the Active or Sport version of the Galaxy S5" — a potentially interesting development, as AT&T was the exclusive carrier of last year's S4 Active. But even more intriguing is the SM-N910, which could be a new Galaxy Note.
The Galaxy Note 3's model number is SM-N900, and Samsung's numbering convention (as well as common sense) suggests that the N910 could be an update to this device. We're less than four months out from IFA 2014, where in previous years Samsung has debuted a new Note handset, so it's likely carrier deals are already in place for the Galaxy Note 4.
As for the SM-G750, this model number has cropped up previously in connection with a possible "Galaxy S5 Neo" — believed to be a cheaper GS5 with cut down specs, as the Note 3 Neo was. Rumored specs include a 5.1-inch 720p display and 2.3GHz quad-core processor. As with other "Neos," this could be positioned as a more affordable alternative to the full-blown GS5.
The Galaxy S5 Active, on the other hand, is said to feature specs that are identical to the Galaxy S5, according to an AnTuTu benchmark. The benchmark reveals that the Galaxy S5 Active will also feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC, full-HD screen, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory, 16 MP camera and a 2 MP shooter at the front.