An unannounced Samsung SM-G7102 found its way to the FCC for testing and its user agent profile is up on Samsung's site. The G7102 is an Android 4.3 Jelly Bean smartphone with a 5.25" 720p screen.
Despite the relatively low pixel density of the screen (288ppi), the processor clockspeed is listed as 2.3GHz, which can only be a quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset. It's a fairly large device, measuring 147 x 75.1mm.
The FCC docs don't come out and say it, but Samsung SM-G7102 appears to be a dual-SIM device. This means it will probably launch in East Asia first, perhaps as a low-cost alternative to the dual-SIM Galaxy Note 3.
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