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CES 2012 Smartphone Round-Up

CES 2012 Smartphone Round-Up

If Ultrabooks have been one of the key themes at CES 2012 this week, then smartphones have to be close behind: Motorola, Samsung, Sony and more have all rolled out new handsets to whet our cellular appetites. AT&T has pushed ahead with its eight-strong LTE range, including Nokia's first 4G Windows Phone, while Intel has also staged its long-awaited push into smartphones. It's enough to give anyone a headache, so read on for the SlashGear CES 2012 smartphone round-up.

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AT&T HTC Elite and LTE Windows Phone incoming

AT&T HTC Elite and LTE Windows Phone incoming

Details on two of HTC's 2012 smartphone flagships have been reportedly revealed, including an Ice Cream Sandwich uber-phone and a 4.7-inch AT&T LTE Windows Phone, as the company apparently pares down its offerings from 2011's gush of devices. The HTC Elite will be an Android 4.0 device for AT&T, BGR's sources tell them, potentially launching as the "HTC Congressional" complete with Beats Audio in the first half of April. It will be preceded by what may well be the first LTE Windows Phone, scheduled for the beginning of February.

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Verizon gives Microsoft Windows Phone LTE ultimatum

Verizon gives Microsoft Windows Phone LTE ultimatum

Verizon has thrown down the gauntlet to Microsoft and demanded LTE smartphones, arguing that 4G is essential if the carrier is to continue to offer Windows Phone devices on its network. "We've communicated to Microsoft that LTE is critical to us," Verizon CMO Marni Walden told CNET, suggesting that time was of the essence if Windows Phone wanted the continued support of the big CDMA carrier.

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Windows Phone 7 Facebook app usage spike suggests strong holiday sales

Windows Phone 7 Facebook app usage spike suggests strong holiday sales

Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 sales may finally be seeing a stronger performance as we approach the holiday season. The number of people using Microsoft's Facebook Integration for Windows Phone 7 has shot up in the past two weeks from 1,000,000 on November 11 to 1,100,000 on November 25. According to previous calculations by the WMPU blog, this could mean a gain of over 600,000 new Windows Phone users this holiday.

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HTC Sensation XL Review

HTC Sensation XL Review

Seldom has the name of a phone been so obviously related to its proposition as with the HTC Sensation XL. Bearing a supersized 4.7-inch touchscreen along with Beats Audio, this "extra large" Android smartphone should arguably be the pinnacle of HTC's multimedia range. However, cost-cutting and some frustrating design decisions could undermine all that. Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Samsung Focus Flash Review

Samsung Focus Flash Review

The new Samsung Focus Flash may not be the most impressive device we've seen lately, but it does offer an overall decent value and comes in at a fair price. Announced back in September and available now the Focus Flash has a lot to offer like its bigger brother in the Focus S, but can it deliver with that small screen and mediocre camera? Find out below and enjoy some photos while you're at it.

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Samsung Focus Flash hands-on [Video]

Samsung Focus Flash hands-on [Video]

Today on the SlashGear test bench we have another neat Windows Phone 7.5 Mango device to show everyone. Announced back in September and hitting the shelves in just a few days is the Samsung Focus Flash and the Samsung Focus S. While very similar, today we'll be quickly showing you the smaller of the two, the Focus Flash. It may be smaller in size but the specs are very similar and this AMOLED packing smartphone both looks and feels impressive.

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