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HTC Verizon event set for November 13, DROID DNA likely

HTC Verizon event set for November 13, DROID DNA likely

On the 13th of this month there will indeed be an event held by HTC and Verizon at once, bringing on a new device that's quite likely looking like what we've been teased with over the past few weeks - the HTC DROID DNA. This device is the only un-revealed machine we've seen that's heading for Verizon from HTC that's been visible in leaks over the past few weeks, and with the way the market looks today, such a phablet is quite likely to pop up soon. You'll want to stick right here to SlashGear for the big event on the 13th as it'll be bright with high definition and massive display size, one way or another.

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HTC DROID DNA leaks as massive phablet for December

HTC DROID DNA leaks as massive phablet for December

It's time for the ADR6435 Deluxe to pop up from HTC, a DROID device bringing on the greatness of the HTC J Butterfly here to the USA on Verizon's 4G LTE network. This device has the highest definition display on the planet at over 400 PPI and will be appearing in early December according to @evleaks, a notoriously accurate leaker of mobile device images and details. This device is HTC's answer to the phablet craze, that being the Samsung Galaxy Note and LG Intuition beasts that've been released over the past few months.

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HTC DLX phablet teased in photoshopped forgeries [UPDATE]

HTC DLX phablet teased in photoshopped forgeries [UPDATE]

You may be having a freak-out session right this minute over a set of "spy shots" released to the press via Android Central - if you'll have a closer look, you'll see some photoshop magic. [UPDATE: not so fast!*] These images show the HTC DLX with a 5-inch display, 4G LTE from Verizon, Beats Audio integrated, back-facing camera with single LED flash, and a rather thin/tall body overall. All of this photoshopped nonsense doesn't disprove, on the other hand, that Verizon could be planning their next big DROID Incredible device.

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OPPO Find 5 unboxing and hands-on

OPPO Find 5 unboxing and hands-on

This week we're having a peek at the OPPO Find 5, a device aimed at China's Android-loving smartphone market made by a manufacturer that, if this handset is any indication, has a very bright future. This device delivers a 5-inch 1080p display - the same resolution as the DROID DNA aka HTC Butterfly, works with the same Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor as the Google Nexus 4, and comes with a 13 megapixel camera on its back. It's also quite charming to see.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: December 7th, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: December 7th, 2012

This morning we've got no less than a Windows hacker joining the Apple party, the Galaxy S III Jelly Bean 4.1.2 "Premium Suite" rolling out, and a lovely little Sound Disk Sport Beanie to keep your tunes warm. The folks at Mushkin have revealed the world's first 480GB mSATA solid state drive and four of the top carriers in the USA have revealed a plan to roll out text-to-911 by 2014. The HTC Butterfly has reached out to China while the 3G version of the handset is going global.

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Alcatel One Touch Hero brings Note-like stylus, E Ink case, and pico projector

Alcatel One Touch Hero brings Note-like stylus, E Ink case, and pico projector

In what must be IFA 2013's best candidate for "Jack of All Trades" smartphone device is the ALCATEL ONE TOUCH HERO (all in caps, to be proper), with a built-in stylus, E Ink cover, and Pico Projector accessory. This device is like a cherry-picked do-it-all smartphone made to take on every odd ability smartphones have been graced with over the past two years. Alcatel presents in the HERO a device that - believe it or not - may just be able to live up to its name.

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AT&T Moto Maker for Moto X Walkthrough

AT&T Moto Maker for Moto X Walkthrough

Motorola's Moto Maker customization suite is a key part of the Moto X smartphone's appeal, and we've finally had a chance to experiment with the 252 color combinations on offer thanks to early access to AT&T's launch system. Set to open its doors officially for Moto X orders later this month, Moto Maker - which will initially be limited to AT&T's customers, with Verizon and other carriers only getting the all-black and all-white versions until Motorola further rolls out the system - allows buyers to piece together different front and rear panels, accent colors, and even pre-configure the software before their new smartphone ships, with the final result produced right in the USA. It's more customization flexibility than we've ever seen in Android before; read on for our full walkthrough.

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