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HTC M7 final name: “HTC One”

HTC M7 final name: “HTC One”

Today it's been tipped that the HTC marketing team have decided to strip away all the extra nonsense from the name of their next hero device, calling it simply "HTC One." This naming scheme would have the device take on a brand new level of "hero" mode with a similar strategy to that of Apple when they decided to call the iPad 3 "the New iPad", with each subsequent iPad simply retaining that one top name. This tip surrounds the device known as the HTC M7, a smartphone that's been leaked several times before today by several sources including the CEO of HTC himself.

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HTC M7 revealed by Peter Chou, M4 and G2 detailed

HTC M7 revealed by Peter Chou, M4 and G2 detailed

It would appear that HTC has sprung a bit of a leak ahead of their February 19th event that'll likely play host to the devices we've seen today, including first and foremost the HTC M7! While the details surrounding the M7 are still largely unknown, a video has surfaced of none other than HTC's CEO Peter Chou showing the device off to a crowd of users at the HTC Year-End Party in Taipei, going on to help the party chant "M7! M7! M7!" while he takes photos with the smartphone itself.

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BlackBerry Z10 press images leak out

BlackBerry Z10 press images leak out

We've already seen plenty of leaked shots of RIM's upcoming BlackBerry Z10 handset, but this is the first time that we're seeing what look to be official press images of the device. There's not a lot of new information here, but we finally get to see RIM's new device in proper lighting, even if the images are only renders.

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Huawei Ascend P2 strikes a pose in leaked press shot

Huawei Ascend P2 strikes a pose in leaked press shot

A lot of Android users took interest in the Huawei Ascend Mate P1, so the fact that its rumored follow up is pulling in a lot of attention isn't much of a surprise. Today @evleaks is stoking the fire, leaking a press shot for the Ascent P2. We have to say that the Ascend P2 looks pretty snazzy, with Huawei clearly putting a focus on design with this latest handset.

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Verizon BlackBerry 10 preparations previewed as carriers ready for RIM

Verizon BlackBerry 10 preparations previewed as carriers ready for RIM

RIM is planning on officially launching its new BlackBerry 10 OS on January 30, and most of the major carriers will be offering the company's new phones at launch. So, it probably comes at no surprise that they're gathering up their materials and preparing for the platform's launch. Specifically, Verizon has already built their landing page for the Z10, and EVLeaks ended up getting a snapshot of it.

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Verizon Samsung ATIV Odyssey shipping tipped: January 24th

Verizon Samsung ATIV Odyssey shipping tipped: January 24th

This afternoon it's been tipped that the 24th of January will be home to the official release of the Samsung ATIV Odyssey, complete with Verizon 4G LTE and Windows Phone 8. This machine will be working with a setup that appears extremely similar to the Samsung Focus 2, an AT&T device working with Windows Phone 7 as released back in May of 2012, but as we well know from our own hands-on with this device from CES 2013, this machine is up to speed with some mid-to-high-end specifications (for a Windows Phone 8 smartphone, that is.)

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ZTE P945 phablet revealed in leaked renders

ZTE P945 phablet revealed in leaked renders

A couple of renderings have appeared of a new smartphone device from ZTE that's so gigantic that it fits right in with the category of smart device called phablet. The renderings here come from @evleaks, a notoriously accurate leaker of devices, and here you'll find that this machine is working a relatively new version of Android if not the newest along with a lovely new widget from ZTE.

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Huawei Ascend D2 leaks for CES 2013 with smartphone press photo

Huawei Ascend D2 leaks for CES 2013 with smartphone press photo

The international version of the Huawei Ascend D2 has been leaked with a brand new user interface on its front ready for none other than CES 2013. This device will certainly be shown off at the Huawei press conference taking place during the Consumer Electronics Show 2013 and - you can be your biffy - SlashGear will be there to show you the whole device top to bottom. Until then you'll have to deal with this: a 5-inch display at 1080p resolution with Huawei's own multi-core 1.5GHz processor inside.

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