MWC 2012

Nokia Lumia 610 official

Nokia Lumia 610 official

Nokia has announced its cheapest Windows Phone, the Nokia Lumia 610, complete with the new Nokia Transport app. The smaller phone has public transport information for 500 cities in 46 countries, including step by step directions to the nearest station.

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Nokia Asha 202, 203 and 302 official

Nokia Asha 202, 203 and 302 official

Nokia has expanded its entry-level Asha range, with three S40 new models at MWC 2012. The Nokia Asha 202, 203 and 302 are all targeted at developing markets or basic users, with the Asha 202 having dual-SIMs and the 203 a single SIM; both have a touchscreen. The Asha 302, meanwhile, has a full QWERTY keyboard.

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Stephen Elop: “We have changed the clock speed of Nokia”

Stephen Elop: “We have changed the clock speed of Nokia”

Nokia's CEO Stephen Elop has taken the stage at Mobile World Congress and he's pretty proud of himself and what the Finnish company has evolved into in the space of twelve months. "It's very clear that we have changed the clock speed of Nokia" Elop said, pointing out that at the show last week the company had no new devices but only its new strategy to discuss. Today, there are definitely new phones.

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AT&T’s HTC One X lost the Tegra 3 due to LTE incompatibility

AT&T’s HTC One X lost the Tegra 3 due to LTE incompatibility

Android enthusiasts have been drooling over the HTC One X for months, ever since it was leaked as the HTC Edge. A lot of that had to do with the inclusion of Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 platform; at the time, it was the only smartphone we knew of that would get the screaming silicon. So it's no surprise that AT&T customers were a little miffed to hear that the American version is going with a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU instead. But before you start a signature campaign to bring the "real" one X to AT&T, you might want to read this: it was purely a technical limitation.

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HTC Mobile World Congress wrap-up

HTC Mobile World Congress wrap-up

LG and Samsung have been dropping pre-Mobile World Congress hints all of last week, but it would be hard to argue against the fact that HTC has owned the opening night of Mobile World Congress. Their three-pronged HTC One line isn't just a new series of phones, it's a dividing line for the the company, signifying the beginning of a more centralized strategy and (hopefully) a clean break from their rather disappointing second half of 2011. They're hitting the high, middle and low end of the smartphone market with three extremely targeted models, all sharing the same design DNA. Naturally, SlashGear was there to cover it all.

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Has HTC redeemed itself?

Has HTC redeemed itself?

HTC had a lot to prove at Mobile World Congress, and the first signs are promising. The HTC One X, One S and One V are each distinctive and thoughtful designs, with none of the embarrassed "me too" shuffling many of the company's 2011 phones suffered. "It's a new HTC" UK head of marketing James Atkins told us in a pre-MWC briefing with the new One Series handsets last week. "We asked ourselves, what can we do to engage with consumers?"

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HTC One V hands-on

HTC One V hands-on

The chin is back in town: HTC's One V shows that the company just can't let a styling cue die, though when you're basing your new smartphone on the beautiful HTC Legend, that's probably no bad thing. If the One X is for the power user, and the One S for the everyman, the One V attempts to raise the bar for entry- to mid-tier devices with a combination of style and performance. Read on for our hands-on first impressions.

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HTC One S hands-on

HTC One S hands-on

While the One X may be HTC's new flagship, the One S is arguably the most cohesive all-round package: a balance of design, screen size and performance with the benefits of Ice Cream Sandwich. Sense 4.0 has been cleaned up and pushed back to its roots - improving the core OS experience, rather than merely making it look different - while HTC's legendary hardware expertise has been pushed to the next level with some attention-grabbing production processes. Read on for our hands-on first impressions.

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HTC One X hands-on

HTC One X hands-on

HTC is pushing overall user experience with its MWC 2012 smartphone range, but it's hard not to talk about the HTC One X without spec hyperbole slipping in. The flagship of the new One Series, it's a 4.7-inch 720p HD "All-In Device" HTC insists, and - with a few blips - it's hard not to agree. After a long history of Qualcomm-powered devices, the One X brings NVIDIA's quadcore Tegra 3 into the HTC range. Read on for our hands-on first impressions.

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T-Mobile HTC One S coming Spring

T-Mobile HTC One S coming Spring

This week at Mobile World Congress 2012, HTC has revealed its hero line of smartphones in "HTC One," and one of two of these devices already slated for release here in the United States has been revealed as the T-Mobile version of the HTC One S. This release is one of two USA releases of the HTC One line announced today, the other being the HTC One X coming to AT&T. Similar to the USA version of the HTC One X, this device has a Qualcomm 1.5Ghz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, and unique to itself this S unit is T-Mobile's thinnest smartphone yet.

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