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For HTC, the time for action is now as sales approach pre-Android levels

For HTC, the time for action is now as sales approach pre-Android levels

The HTC One, which the company unveiled back on February 19th, is likely to be the best Android phone of the first half of 2013. HTC has been in this position before; the HTC One X and subsequent One X+ were both widely heralded smartphones, made from top-notch materials which gave the device a premium…

Samsung teases Galaxy S IV with new video, preps for March 14th launch

Samsung teases Galaxy S IV with new video, preps for March 14th launch

We’ve said it before and we’ll likely be saying it for quite a while. If you own an Android smartphone, chances are it’s a Samsung Galaxy. Samsung’s Galaxy S III was the best-selling Android smartphone of 2012, and on March 14th the company will unveil the next in the line of Galaxy, the Galaxy S…

HTC launching the One today, will be DOA unless they can market it

HTC launching the One today, will be DOA unless they can market it

Today, HTC will unveil the HTC One, their latest superphone geared toward the high-end of the smartphone market. It’ll be pretty, powerful (we’ll bring you specs and a roundup of first impressions once the device launches), and many an Android enthusiast will likely be blown away by the device in total. But unless HTC decides…

5 Reasons a Facebook Phone doesn’t make sense

5 Reasons a Facebook Phone doesn’t make sense

New rumors are emerging today about the HTC Myst (via: HTC Source), the latest “Facebook Phone” being developed by Facebook and HTC. To squash the rumors entirely from the outset, it makes absolutely no sense for Facebook to make a phone, and we have no reason to believe they’re looking to get in that game at…

Samsung plans to unveil 8″ Galaxy Note tablet at MWC, but is there a market for it?

Samsung plans to unveil 8" Galaxy Note tablet at MWC, but is there a market for it?

Samsung’s Galaxy Note series has blurred the line between smartphone and tablet. The original Galaxy Note featured a massive (at the time) 5.3″ display complete with flagship Galaxy S II internal components and S-Pen functionality, a stylus plus digitizer combo that made the Note a productivity machine. Samsung’s Note II bumped the screen size up…

CES highlights 5 smartphone trends for 2013

CES highlights 5 smartphone trends for 2013

The larger smartphone makers have largely ignored CES for the past few years. Instead of unveiling their latest flagship devices at the consumer technology industry’s largest trade show, Samsung, HTC, RIM and others have opted to either wait for Mobile World Congress in February or hold their own press events over the course of the…

Video: Hands on with the ZTE Grand S LTE

Video: Hands on with the ZTE Grand S LTE

A few days ago, we stopped by ZTE’s booth at the 2013 International CES to check out the Grand S LTE, a 5″ full 1080p device from China’s ZTE. The Grand S LTE is expected to be released in China in February 2013, with various locations expected to see the device later in the first…

Video: Hands on with Sony Xperia Z

Video: Hands on with Sony Xperia Z

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Hands on with the Huawei Ascend D2

Hands on with the Huawei Ascend D2

Huawei went big at CES 2013. The company unveiled the Huawei Ascend Mate, the 6.1″ smartphone/tablet hybrid set to take on the Galaxy Note, and the Huawei Ascend D2. The Ascend D2 is the smartphone with the mass market appeal, with its 5″ FHD Super Retina 1080p display with an eye-popping 443 pip. With the…

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