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HTC Edge by April 2012 but Samsung, LG, Moto readying Tegra 3 rivals

HTC Edge by April 2012 but Samsung, LG, Moto readying Tegra 3 rivals

HTC's recently leaked Edge smartphone is expected to drop in March or April 2012 complete with NVIDIA's freshly confirmed Tegra 3 quadcore chipset, sources have suggested, but the company may be pipped to market by Tegra 3 handsets from Samsung, LG and Motorola. All three rival firms have already committed to using Tegra 3, DigiTimes' sources claim, while of course ASUS will use the new chipset in the Eee Pad Transformer Prime.

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HTC Edge leaks continue: NFC & iPhone-rivaling HD display

HTC Edge leaks continue: NFC & iPhone-rivaling HD display

Tidbits on the HTC Edge, the rumored quadcore smartphone that could potentially catapult HTC back to the top-spot in Android devices, continue to emerge after yesterday's leak. In addition to the NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor - running at 1.5GHz, supposedly, and paired with 1GB of RAM - the Edge will supposedly include NFC, according to BGR. That's to go along with the 4.7-inch 720p HD S-LCD 2 display with optical lamination.

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HTC Edge images leaked, quad-core smartphone in the flesh

HTC Edge images leaked, quad-core smartphone in the flesh

In what appears to be images of a very real smartphone by the name of HTC Edge, we may well be seeing the first quad-core handset to hit the streets in the coming months. What this device represents is not only one of the first quad-core mobile devices to arrive in the world, but the first quad-core device to arrive for HTC as a manufacturer. One question that immediately comes to mind is how an HTC device would be running a quad-core chip when historically they've only used Qualcomm in the past and said processor manufacturer doesn't yet have an announced quad-core chip in the works - let's see how this all adds up.

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HTC may unveil LTE quad-core Edge at MWC

HTC may unveil LTE quad-core Edge at MWC

HTC is preparing to unveil a new high-end smartphone sporting NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor along with support for 4G LTE, according to a report by DigiTimes citing Chinese publication Commercial Times. The new device, believed to be the HTC Edge, won't make it to CES 2012, but should debut at Mobile World Congress in February with shipments by April.

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HTC P10110 smartphone clears FCC with WiFi, Bluetooth & EDGE (but no 3G)

HTC P10110 smartphone clears FCC with WiFi, Bluetooth & EDGE (but no 3G)

A new HTC smartphone, the HTC P10110, has shown up in the FCC's test database, though it prompts more questions than we have answers right now.  Thanks to a short-term confidentiality request the P10110's user-manual, test photos and other details are unknown; all we have to go on is the RF testing results themselves, which suggest the P10110 has WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth and GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850/1900) connectivity.

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Galaxy S6 Edge: Android at Peak Elegance

Galaxy S6 Edge: Android at Peak Elegance

The LG G4 is coming to market with a leather back, the HTC One M9 looks the same as last year, and the Sony Xperia Z4 isn't coming to the United States. The iPhone has rounded edges now, and they've released a big one, too! Even the Samsung Galaxy S6 is pretty much just an internal upgrade on what was delivered last year, when you consider the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. This device, I contend, is the future of the aesthetically pleasing smartphone.

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HTC One M9 camera now supports RAW format

HTC One M9 camera now supports RAW format

Love it or hate it, HTC changed their camera hardware for the One M9. In getting away from their Ultrapixel shooter they touted so much with the One M8, HTC also had to change up the camera software — then fix it. Now, we’re getting a new feature for the One M9 camera; the ability to save and send pictures in RAW format. The update doesn’t need a firmware fix, either. Like many OEMs, HTC unbundled core apps, so all you have to do is update the camera app via Google Play.

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HTC One M9 hits stores today; here’s what you need to know

HTC One M9 hits stores today; here’s what you need to know

Today is Apple Watch day, but more importantly for Android users — it’s flagship launch day! Well, at least two flagships from major OEMs are launching today, the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge from Samsung and One M9 from HTC. If you’re an HTC fan, or wanting to upgrade, we can’t blame you. Now that the camera woes have been mitigated, there’s much better reason for grabbing an HTC One M9. With the device hitting stores today, we’ll round up who’s got it, and how much you can expect to drop.

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Galaxy S6 edge teardown tells us we’re not fixing this one ourselves

Galaxy S6 edge teardown tells us we’re not fixing this one ourselves

At first blush, the Galaxy S6 edge is a hot, new phone with a curved screen and exciting new non-plastic shell. Dip under the hood, and it seems not much is new. The crew at iFixit has torn the S6 edge apart for us, and provided a good look at what makes the curved display phone tick. It seems the slapped-together Samsung smartphone days are coming to a close, instead giving way to a more tightly wound package of parts.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge Review

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge Review

Samsung has a lackluster track record making flagship smartphones with serious lust-appeal. Its plastic-bodied Galaxy range was the Camry trying to play in Mercedes and Audi territory, earnestly ticking the boxes on the spec sheet, but failing to grasp that owners care about a sense of prestige as much they do a roster of the latest functionality. The Samsung Galaxy S6 and its flashy Galaxy S6 edge sibling are a lesson hard-learned, then, with both patchy sales and increasingly vocal criticism in 2014 demanding changes be made. 2015 might well be the fiercest year in phone tech yet; these two are evidence of Samsung's A-game.

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