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Lenovo A1000 hits shelves with Nexus 7 price-chopping

Lenovo A1000 hits shelves with Nexus 7 price-chopping

It would appear that the folks at Lenovo have decided to launch several new tablets - announced at Mobile World Congress though they were - to the market without much warning. You'll find the Lenovo A1000 leading this pack with a cool $149.99 USD pricetag, clearly aimed at taking a piece of the pie still being devoured in a large way by Google's ASUS-made Nexus 7 tablet. It's got the specifications to - almost - back it up side-by-side as well.

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Moto X and the colorful customization of Motorola, a Google company

Moto X and the colorful customization of Motorola, a Google company

Motorola will soon (as early as tomorrow) announce the availability of the Moto X, a smartphone whose outward appearance will be able to be custom-ordered through the web. The device's built-in storage will also have options attached, though not beyond the standard 16, 32, or 64GB options offered with many major smartphone releases in past years. This device will come in a variety of colors - at least 12 of them - as well as a standard set of tones available in-store.

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Huawei PRISM II coming to T-Mobile: all naming conventions coincidental

Huawei PRISM II coming to T-Mobile: all naming conventions coincidental

The Huawei PRISM II is coming to T-Mobile, this a smartphone that succeeds a relatively unknown original with the same carrier from months past. This device is not aiming to break the bank, nor is it headed to the top of the "must have" lists of any top-tier hero phone collects lists. Instead it's another effort from Huawei to attach itself to the United States smartphone market without too much of a hubbub surrounding it: it's got T-Mobile branding on all sides, and that's it.

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Galaxy Tab 3 US-bound launch aims for the high end of low

Galaxy Tab 3 US-bound launch aims for the high end of low

It would appear that Samsung is aiming for the high end of low with their next generation of Samsung Galaxy Tab devices, each of them popping up soon in the USA with a price point that'll cut down - or at least match - their closest opponents. While we've seen each of these devices in short before, it'll be interesting to see how they'll each end up on carrier plans throughout North America. Starting with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 and running down through the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 and 7.0, Samsung is ready to boost their set with the Galaxy S 4 generation of apps as well.

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Samsung GALAXY NX hands-on: mirrorless Android for the NX lens family

Samsung GALAXY NX hands-on: mirrorless Android for the NX lens family

Enter the Samsung Galaxy NX: a full-sized mirrorless interchangeable lens camera running Android. This is Samsung's biggest effort in bringing Android - their flavor of Android, that is - to the full-on high-powered camera environment. This device works with a "DSLR-class" 20.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS image sensor aside a quad-core 1.6GHz Pega-Q processor behind a system that accepts the full range of interchangeable lenses from the rest of the NX system. That's 13 lenses, if you did not know.

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Samsung GALAXY NX official: full-sized interchangeable-lens camera with Android

Samsung GALAXY NX official: full-sized interchangeable-lens camera with Android

This afternoon Samsung has made their first interchangeable-lens-toting 3G/4G LTE and wi-fi enabled camera running Android, the Samsung GALAXY NX. This device works with a 20.3MP APS-C Sensor up front as well as a Advanced Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) System inside, while the full-panel back-display on this machine works with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, including all the Google Play app store camera software available to all Android devices today.

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T-Mobile GALAXY S 4 aims to undercut competition through July

T-Mobile GALAXY S 4 aims to undercut competition through July

It's not that T-Mobile will stop trying to compete with Verizon and AT&T when July comes, but here in the first few warm weeks of summer the pink carrier will make a move on one of the most popular out-the-gate Android smartphones of the year with a unique proposal. While earlier this year it was apparent that T-Mobile wasn't going to take their fourth place standing in the USA-based mobile carriers race as long as they could help it, it would appear that it didn't just end with the iPhone 5. Here T-Mobile has made the case for the Samsung GALAXY S 4 as well.

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HTC M4 enters Bluetooth certification process: HTC One mini incoming

HTC M4 enters Bluetooth certification process: HTC One mini incoming

When the Verizon HTC One hit the same process we're seeing a new HTC One Mini (aka HTC M4) entering today with the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, it was unveiled by the carrier later that day. Today, on the other hand, it's a bit more likely that this machine will remain under cover. The HTC M4 has been rumored to be in the mix for a late summer 2013 release for some time - in some cases, appearing as an HTC One Mini before the HTC One was revealed on its own!

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