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Not to be outdone, Evleaks also posted an image of a Lumia 820 boasting a 4.3-inch screen. Once again, the person failed to provide further details on the device. The Lumia 820 and 920 could be what we'll see unveiled at Nokia's press event next week in New York City. Earlier this week, Nokia teased the event in a video showing a woman riding a bike down a street. About midway through that clip, a text overlay comes up that reads: "Things are about to change." The video's description on YouTube adds a bit more details, saying that the change is coming "5 September 2012. Stay tuned!"CNET has contacted Nokia for comment on the leaks. We will update this story when we have more information.

Updated at 9:50 a.m, PT: to include the tweet and image of the 920, (Via The Verge), Twitter user posts a photo claiming it shows the 4.5-inch Nokia Lumia 920 with PureView, along with a photo of a purported Lumia 820 boasting a 4.3-inch screen, 4.5-inch Nokia Lumia 920 with PureView twitter.com/evleaks/status., Be protective hardshell case for apple iphone 8 - cream with stones/hollyhock floral clear respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..

Enter the app section of the store today and you'll have the option to swipe through to a carefully curated list of apps that have been chosen for you to peruse and download at your leisure. Apps are picked out according to what's popular in your geographical area and what other users like who've downloaded the same apps as you. If you're a Google+ user, you may also find that apps are recommended to you on the basis of the app choices of those within your circles. If it seems to be sending a load of chaff your way, you can easily tell recommendations where to go with the cross of death, and hopefully Google will learn from its mistakes.

App discovery has never been particularly easy on the Google Play store, or the Android Market as it was formerly known, Trying to find something worth downloading is like hunting for treasure without a map in lawless territories, And with no clear idea of what form said treasure might take, And no definitive proof any treasure even exists at all, In the past Google has tried to help you navigate its labyrinth of an app emporium by providing staff recommendations -- like digital versions of the lovely handwritten notes protective hardshell case for apple iphone 8 - cream with stones/hollyhock floral clear you find scattered across the shelves of Waterstones..

It's easy to imagine that there are thousands of apps -- some brilliant, many not so brilliant but still useful -- out there that are lurking in the dusty nooks and crannies and dank basement of the Google Play store without ever being downloaded. Here's hoping this new feature will mean you need no longer spend a lifetime panning app gravel before you strike gold. You could also try downloading the recently launched Amazon Appstore onto your Android device, which is less of a free-for-all than Google Play, and also gives you an otherwise-paid-for app gratis on a daily basis.