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HTC tipped to launch 5″ device with 1080p display

HTC tipped to launch 5″ device with 1080p display

Samsung released the international version of the Galaxy Note in November 2011, and not long afterwards LG announced its intentions to release its own 5-inch smartphone. Recent reports have indicated that the Galaxy Note II will make an appearance at a Samsung event on August 29th, and it looks like HTC isn’t content with being left out of the large smartphone game. DigiTimes reports that the company is planning to release a 5-inch device of its own that will trounce the competition with a 1080p display.

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HTC 6435LVW with 1080p screen crushes benchmarks

HTC 6435LVW with 1080p screen crushes benchmarks

Is HTC working on a new device with monster performance and a 1080p screen? That may be the case if GLBenchmarks are to be believed. The HTC 6435LVW features a Qualcomm MSM8960 processor clocked at 1.5Ghz, but what makes it notable is its exceptional benchmark performance. The Egypt Offscreen 720p test reveals a score of 13,685, beating both the AT&T HTC One X and international Samsung Galaxy S III.

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Acer Iconia Tab A700: 1920×1200 and Tegra 3 for $449.99

Acer Iconia Tab A700: 1920×1200 and Tegra 3 for $449.99

The Acer Iconia Tab A700 hasn’t been a very well kept secret, but the pricing and availability of the tablet has consistently eluded the general public. Wonder no more, as Acer has finally let slip exactly what you’ll be paying for the 32GB model of the tablet: $449.99. For your money you’ll be getting a 10-inch screen with a 1920x1200 resolution, a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM, and Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Sony Cyber-shot RX100: 20.2MP and Carl Zeiss for $650

Sony Cyber-shot RX100: 20.2MP and Carl Zeiss for $650

Smartphones continue to add better cameras and sensors, so how do traditional camera makers combat such devices? Sony is banking on a new sensor attached to a lightweight point and shoot chassis in the form of the Cyber-shot RX100. The aluminium body plays host to a 20.2 megapixel Exmor CMOS sensor coupled with an f/1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* lens.

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ASUS Transformer Book hands-on

ASUS Transformer Book hands-on

By now you’re probably thinking, “I want a notebook/tablet hybrid, but I don’t want to be crippled by an Atom processor to get work done.” ASUS is way ahead of you on this one. In addition to the Tablet 600 and 810, the company has announced a new Transformer Book line. Again, it’s the same concept, but with larger screens and some more horsepower for those who really need the extra muscle.

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ASUS TAICHI laptop/tablet hybrid hands-on

ASUS TAICHI laptop/tablet hybrid hands-on

Who says laptop manufacturers can’t occasional innovate? ASUS unveiled the certainly crazy TAICHI dual-screen laptop at Computex, running Windows 8 and featuring either dual 13.3-inch screens or dual 11.6-inch screens. Whichever size you pick, you’ll get Super IPS+ 1080p panels, a full keyboard, trackpad, and an Ivy Bridge processor. There are two "HD" cameras on board too, one on the front and a five megapixel shooter on the back.

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LG unveils Retina-beating 5″ 1080p display

LG unveils Retina-beating 5″ 1080p display

Just about every smartphone manufacturer has made the jump over to mobile displays with a large pixel density. Apple set the bar originally with the release of the iPhone 4, dubbing the 960x640 screen a “Retina display.” A handful of phones since then have managed to join the 300+ PPI ranks, but LG has seemingly shattered that number with the announcement of a 5-inch display with a 1080p resolution.

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OmniVision unveils 16MP sensor with 4K video

OmniVision unveils 16MP sensor with 4K video

How many megapixels is too many megapixels? Trick question: you can never have enough. OmniVision has unveiled new sensors, the OV16820 and OV16825, designed to be used in future smartphones that would put 16 megapixels in your pocket. Not only that, the sensors move beyond 1080p video, allowing for 4K recording at 60 frames per second. Who said the spec race was dead?

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