rumor roundup covers everything from how the Samsung Galaxy

Rumor Roundup

This rumor roundup covers everything from how the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 might be getting Android 4.3 Jelly Bean to what LeBron James might be getting in 2013. We also have updates on RDJ’s return to the MCU and Carmella’s return to the WWE. Read on to find out all the details!

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 may launch with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy Note 3 will launch with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The update will come with a new keyboard from Samsung, GPU drivers, and a lockscreen with multiple widgets. It will also have an enhanced dialer and virtual keyboard. There will also be improvements to S-Voice, which will be able to work in full-screen mode.

The Galaxy Note 3 is expected to launch on 25 September in 140 countries, including the UK and US. It will be available on Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. It will be available on a range of network plans and with several accessories, including a faux leather back cover.

There are many rumors surrounding the new Galaxy Note 3. The newest Galaxy S3 is expected to be the first to launch with Android 4.3. Samsung is currently testing Android 4.3 internally, and the new software is expected to come with the Galaxy Note 3. This is a good thing for us Galaxy Note fans, but a few rumors are circulating on the Internet about the Galaxy Note 3’s software.

LeBron James’ extension

There are a lot of rumors swirling around LeBron James’ extension with the Lakers. Apparently, James wants to sign an extension with the Lakers before he becomes an unrestricted free agent in 2024. This would give the Lakers leverage to trade for Kyrie Irving or another star player. In addition, the extension would keep LeBron in Los Angeles through the 2022/23 season and would make him ineligible to be traded during that season.

LeBron James’ extension will increase his salary by an average of 5% next season. However, his salary will remain lower than the standard maximum for 10-year players. In addition, James will be eligible for a 5% raise in 2023/24. That means that his salary in 2023/24 will be around $46,698,737. In addition, he’ll have a player option worth $50,434,636 in 2024/25, which would be a 8% raise over the current contract.

The Lakers have not completely given up on Russ Chandler, despite the fact that LeBron’s extension has yet to be finalized. However, if the Lakers do sign Russ Chandler, it will have ripple effects on the Lakers’ offseason. If you want to stay up-to-date with LeBron’s latest moves, be sure to subscribe to Silver Screen and Roll. They’re available on iTunes, Stitcher, and Spotify. You can also follow them on Twitter.

RDJ’s return to the MCU

RDJ’s return to the Mcu is the hot topic right now, but what exactly will happen? There are a number of theories floating around the Internet about the actor’s future. Some involve the Multiverse while others are based on technology. One rumor has it that RDJ will voice Riri Williams’ AI in the upcoming Disney+ Ironheart series. While Downey and Marvel Studios have made it clear that RDJ’s MCU career is over, speculation is rife with the possibility that RDJ may be tapped to voice a new character in a future movie.

Another rumor has it that RDJ will return as the alternate version of Tony Stark in the MCU. In this scenario, Doctor – Strange will make peace with the alternate version of Tony Stark after he accidentally killed it, and the two will battle Wanda, who is the most powerful being in the multiverse. If the rumor is true, we can expect big spoilers in the coming years.

Carmella’s return to WWE

WWE Superstar Carmella has given fans a status update on her recovery and return to the company. It’s unknown when she’ll make her comeback, but she’s expected to make an impact on the company’s TV show. The former WrestleMania champion is currently recovering from a shoulder injury suffered during a recent match. Her injury has left many fans scratching their heads.

As for the future of Carmella in the WWE, rumors continue to surface. The former RAW women’s champion has not been pinned yet, but she is believed to be interested in challenging Naomi for the women’s championship at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view. If so, she’ll likely face Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Tamina, and Nia Jax. The Money in the Bank women’s title match will air on pay-per-view on April 27. The pay-per-view is scheduled to stream at 8 p.m. EDT on the WWE Network.

While rumors suggest that the WWE is considering a long-term residency at the Amway Center, WWE is still working on plans. For the new show, the company plans to install over two-thousand square feet of LED boards. The experience will be interactive, so fans can appear on live screens during matches. Fans can begin applying to be part of the event starting next month. Additionally, Velveteen Dream made her return to WWE TV this week as part of NXT. She was recently one of the names mentioned during the #SpeakOut movement.

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