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Samsung Galaxy NX Camera hands-on

As the most powerful camera yet graced with Android to have been revealed to the public thus far, the Samsung Galaxy NX is bound to be under a bit of scrutiny before it's accepted as a top-notch shooter. What we've got here is a camera that's as massive as your everyday interchangeable-lens DSLR, but with the ability to connect to the web and take advantage of the full Google Play collection of Android apps. Thanks to WiFi and 4G LTE, it does it all. It's part of the next generation of Android devices, if you'd be so bold as to say so.

LG “Always On Voice Commands” tipped for smartphones in 2014

If you were wary of the Xbox One's ability to see and hear you basically 24 hours a day, you might want to skip reading this story. LG has been tipped by several sources to be bringing forth a new smartphone inside 2014 that'll be working with Always On Voice Commands. This means it'll be listening all the time.

HTC Desire 200 official: tiniest HTC One yet!

The HTC Desire 200 isn't a device you'll be seeing out there in the wild as often as the HTC One - mostly because it wont be released in the USA until it's passed through the paces internationally. That said, it'll be quite the release when it does hit the likes of T-Mobile and AT&T: and good luck to Verizon too: (we'll see some "DROID" attached to it then). Herein lies the smallest vision HTC has released this year.

Huawei Ascend P6 “Beauty Shot” hands-on demo shows smooth-skin oddity

With Huawe's newest smartphone effort comes the newest edition of their "Emotion" user interface, this bringing with it their IMAGESmart software and a feature called "Beauty Shot." This feature comes with the Huawei Ascend P6 and has the ability to bring about, as Huawei notes, "instant facial beauty." What we've found, on the other hand, is that there's no two ways about it: this software changes the basic structure of your face and makes the user look... downright strange.

Huawei Ascend P6 hands-on

It's time to get a closer look at what's currently the world's thinnest smartphone in the Huawei Ascend P6. This device is made by the company to be both the world's slimmest and their premiere release - it's the hero strategy spreading across the world, hitting Huawei with a device that'll be coming in black, white, and pink, too. The pink edition is especially unique, of course, with not only pink plastic and metal up front (the plastic existing under glass, of course), but a pink metal rim, as well.

Huawei Ascend P6 official as world’s thinnest smartphone

The device has emerged: Huawei's newest smartphone is the world's thinnest, and the big H can once again claim a victory (in at least that respect). Here the Huawei Ascend P6 works with a 6.18mm thin body and a 4.7-inch display with a 1.5GHz quad-core processor under the hood. Inside also is a unique version of Android created specifically for this device by the folks at Huawei - and what's that? A 5-megapixel camera on the front?

HTC Desire 200 tips even smaller HTC One mini for budget crowd

There's a super-small HTC One out there just waiting to hit the super-budget crowd, one called HTC Desire 200. This machine brings with it a super small display and a low-powered single-core processor to make the HTC brand come in hot with the low-cost segment: one HTC has been lagging behind in since they've placed so much of their efforts in the high-powered One.

Samsung’s Jay-Z Magna Carta record deal changes the industry

If you were watching Game 5 of the NBA finals last night on ABC and stuck around during halftime, you saw a 3-minute ad spot from Jay-Z and Samsung that might've had you confused. What exactly where the duo planning? A full-on record release: Jay-Z's 12th solo studio album, one that'd be sent out to the first 1-million users of the Samsung-only app for owners of the Galaxy S III, Galaxy S 4, and Galaxy Note II for free.
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