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T-Mobile myTouch and myTouch Q hands-on and unboxing

T-Mobile myTouch and myTouch Q hands-on and unboxing

This week we've got our hands on the newest set of myTouch phones from T-Mobile, both of them having essentially the same specifications and being made by Huawei. While there are some LG devices out there that have essentially the same names as these two devices, rest assured: these are made by Huawei and will be popping up at T-Mobile very, very soon. Now that we're clear on that, let's have at it: both devices work with Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread with Huawei's own unique user interface, both have a 4-inch display at 480 x 800 pixel resolution, and both work with 5 megapixel cameras on the back.

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Garnet Red Samsung Galaxy S III Hands-on

Garnet Red Samsung Galaxy S III Hands-on

This week we've gotten our hands on the rarest of the Samsung Galaxy S III models in the wild, that being the AT&T Garnet Red. The differences between this device and the white or blue versions of the device carried by AT&T are few and far between, with the red front, back, and home button shining uniquely in the palm of your hand. What you've got here is a sort of pattern extremely similar to what we've seen with the blue version of the device, just Garnet Red in this case. This device has a 4.8-inch 1280 x 720 Super AMOLED display, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich onboard, and AT&T 4G LTE connectivity in select locations across the USA.

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DROID Incredible 4G LTE unboxing and hands-on

DROID Incredible 4G LTE unboxing and hands-on

Today we've got our hands on the HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE from Verizon, a device that'll be out in stores on the fifth of this month. This device represents HTC's efforts to bring most of the greatness from the HTC One series over to Verizon for their 4G LTE excellence in a relatively small form factor. You've got a 4-inch LCD qHD display - the same one as exists on the HTC One S, coupled with a 1.2 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor from Qualcomm and a price of $149.99 after $50 mail-in rebate - have a peek at it up close below.

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New iPad gets early unboxing

New iPad gets early unboxing

Apple's new iPad isn't expected to begin turning up on pre-order customers' doorsteps until this coming Friday, but that hasn't stopped at least one of the third-gen tablets from showing up early for some video attention. Vietnamese forum Tinhte got its hands on a boxed, retail new iPad and wasted no time in opening it up on camera.

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mu Folding USB Plug hands-on

mu Folding USB Plug hands-on

The Folding Plug concept of 2009 was a design we always hoped would reach production, and while it took a few years, the first freshly-renamed mu plugs are landing with owners, SlashGear included. The handiwork of designer Min Kyo Choi, the premise is straightforward: do away with the majority of the bulk of a UK three-pin plug, creating something both readily portable and flexible. Check out our hands-on video after the cut.

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Sony PS Vita 3G Hands-on

Sony PS Vita 3G Hands-on

It's time we got our hands on the PlayStation Vita 3G, also known as the PS Vita as it's released this month in the United States and the UK. In addition to the UK release which will be handled starting with the UK Sony PS Vita 3G hands-on by Chris Davies, we'll be taking a close look at a handful of games and the AT&T coverage we've got here in the USA. What follows is our first look at the device as it arrives here just days before the full February 22nd release!

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Sony’s PS Vita is here

Sony’s PS Vita is here

Sony's PS Vita isn't expected to hit stores properly in the US and UK until February 22, but a PS Vita 3G has arrived early on SlashGear's doorstep and we've never been known for our patience. Vitally important as Sony's big push-back against the rise of smartphone and tablet gaming, the PS Vita represents another strand of the company's "four-screen" strategy and an attempt to fight of iOS and Android and their respective catalogs of thousands of casual games.

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus official Google Unboxing gets its own Ninja game

Samsung Galaxy Nexus official Google Unboxing gets its own Ninja game

When a new Nexus device is released by Google and whatever manufacturer Google has teamed up with, Samsung in this case, they also release a Ninja Unboxing video -- this time they've gone another step further, releasing a full 8-bit pixelated video game to go with it. The Ninja Unboxing series has gone on now for over a year, each of the three videos available for the watching here and now as well. This newest unboxing features both a video and a game to go with it, one where you're the Ninja in charge of accessing the box containing the Galaxy Nexus, equipped with no less than Nexus Power to aid you in your quest!

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Galaxy Nexus Unboxing and Hands-on

Galaxy Nexus Unboxing and Hands-on

Could the Galaxy Nexus be the most anticipated Android phone of the holiday season? It certainly has some strong competition, with the DROID RAZR and HTC Rezound doing their level best to muscle into the market ahead of the first Ice Cream Sandwich phone's arrival. Still, Samsung's smartphone - and the third device to wear the official Nexus branding - has plenty to differentiate it, not just Android 4.0. The HSPA+ model has arrived on the SlashGear test bench; read on for our first impressions.

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Nokia Lumia 800 Unboxing

Nokia Lumia 800 Unboxing

Now that was quick: announced on Wednesday last week, already the Nokia Lumia 800 is here on the SlashGear test bench. Availability in-store will take a week or so more, but we couldn't wait to get to grips with the Finn's first Windows Phone 7.5 Mango handset. The smartphone on which much of Nokia's future rests, there's a whole lot riding on reviewers - and shoppers - falling for the polycarbonate unibody allure.

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Samsung Stratosphere Hands-on and Unboxing [Video]

Samsung Stratosphere Hands-on and Unboxing [Video]

The folks at Verizon and Samsung here present the world's first 4G LTE device on the market with a full QWERTY keyboard, the Samsung Stratosphere. This device isn't going to bust your bank or bust your benchmark tests as it's going to be costing $149.99 after $50 mail-in rebate and it's got a modest single-core 1GHz processor under the hood. Instead what we're going to be looking for here is if this device can stand up to the mid-range of LTE-toting devices on the market, a market which currently only really has one contender: the Pantech Breakout. Will Samsung's TouchWiz interface and the ability to type with a physical keyboard matched with a lovely Super AMOLED display be the winning combination?

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HTC Jetstream unboxing and hands-on [Video]

HTC Jetstream unboxing and hands-on [Video]

It's time for HTC to join the 10-inch Android tablet game, and with what might be the highest-quality build on an tablet with Honeycomb inside to date with the HTC Jetstream - but is it too late to jump in? And at $699.99 WITH a 2-year contract on AT&T, is it much, much too expensive to compete with the rest of the tablet crowd? That's what they're saying, ladies and gentlemen, but we've gotta be sure - OR prove them all wrong, of course. This tablet has hit the SlashGear review bench today, and here we take our first look at its final-build insides and out.

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