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HTC DLX may get a much wider release

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New information and images surfacing over the last few days suggest HTC will be deploying the rumored “DLX” smartphone to a wider audience this fall. According to reports, the 5-inch 1080p HD device will head to China and Taiwan in addition to Verizon. Locally, we’re expecting ...

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Walmart Black Friday ad has smattering of smartphones to snag

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Walmart has become the latest retailer to see its Black Friday ad posted on the internet.  While it’s got more than some of the others we’ve encountered the last few days, it’s mostly a bunch of budget-priced handsets. There doesn’t seem to be anything particular that ...

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Sony C3602 gets the leak treatment

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Yet another Sony smartphone has been leaked online, joining both the Odin and Yuga as something else for which to look forward.  Known only by its model number C3602, the phone has the makings of another powerful device.  Details include a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor with Adreno ...

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Sony’s 5-inch ‘Yuga’ spied in wild

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The first set of images for an upcoming Sony C6603 “Yuga” smartphone have appeared online, thanks to German tech blog AndroidSchweiz. Recently found in AnTuTu benchmarks, the phone looks to have some rather remarkable hardware.  With details that include a 1.5GHz (likely Snapdragon ...

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T-Mobile to drop prices of select Android devices Nov 8

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Among other deals, the Galaxy Note II will a much more reasonable $249.99.

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One more render of Droid DNA emerges

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Look! Yet another photo of the Droid DNA is online, thanks, of course, to @evleaks.  We’re hesitant to call this the “final” render of the Droid DNA because there’s still a week before it is officially unveiled, so we’ll stick with “one more“. Whatever ...

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Droid DNA incoming! HTC and Verizon hosting November 13 event

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We’re about one week away from putting together one of the worst kept secrets in Android; HTC and Verizon have an event scheduled for November 13.  The two are sending out invitations to a private New York press conference next week where we will see their “latest ...

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Google bringing Wallet support to all 2.3+ devices, physical card in the works?

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Google has been working to update their Wallet services, and more evidence has surfaced that caught our attention. Word on the street is that Google is working on a physical Wallet card, and of course there’s that rumored major update we heard about. The latest rumors come from the Google ...

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First generation Galaxy Note to get Android 4.1 in December

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First-generation Galaxy Note users are expected to see an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update in “late December” where it will introduce new features.  A leaked version of the upcoming firmware suggests the Galaxy Note will see the Nature UX as well as other goodies found in the Galaxy ...

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Samsung expected to get brand makeover in January

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Samsung is expected to get new branding and marketing come early January if Australian news outlet ChannelNews proves to be accurate.  Rumored to debut at CES 2013 in January, the new effort is said to be put together with help from players who have helped companies such as Starbucks and Nike. ...

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Sprint launching ZTE Flash on Nov. 11?

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Sprint is without any doubt one of the leading networks in the USA, and they also love Android a lot. Back in July, we got some first details about the ZTE Flash, an Android powered device destined to Sprint. Now after 3 months, ZTE Flash is back in the limelight and this time with some... Read More

HTC Opera UL will Facebook phone, report indicates

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Remember the HTC Operaul we reported on last week?  Yeah, well that’s supposed to be the real Facebook phone.  No, for serious you guys. According to a Pocket-Lint source, that Android 4.1-powered handset will be the “official” Facebook smartphone whenever it eventually ...

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Sony Xperia Odin official render image leaked

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Earlier in October, we heard about the Sony’s new upcoming flagship device codenamed as ‘Odin’. Recently, a Japanese tech site posted a leaked shot of a Sony phone, and they claimed it that it’s the Sony S650X Odin, though we still need some more solid evidence. Now ...

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Verizon Samsung Stratosphere II press images leaked

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Back in August, we heard about the Verizon Samsung Stratosphere II for the first time, and we saw a leaked shot of the phone as well along with the specifications. Now @evleaks tweeted the first ever press shot of the Samsung Stratosphere II, and the phone looks really promising. What we know ...

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No LTE for Nexus 4, Andy Rubin explains why

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With all the hub-bub going around today about the Nexus bomb that Google dropped, some have noticed that in the specifications for the Nexus 4, there’s no mention of LTE. Google covered every base with the Galaxy Nexus, launching it in LTE variants on Verizon and Sprint, and of course an ...

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