Author Archives: Dave LeClair

New photos of the HTC Deluxe DLX leak

The giant HTC Deluxe DLX has had some new photos leak on the web. A single press photo leaked a little while back, and this time, we are getting more photos to wet our appetite and keep us excited for the device to hit the market. Of course, we have no idea when the phone is going to drop. In fact, we don't even know when the phone is going to officially revealed by HTC. The new photos confirm the three rumored colors for the HTC Deluxe DLX. As expected, it will be available in black, brown, and white, and based on the pictures, it looks pretty slick in all of the new colors. Other than the colors, these photos don't tell us very much about the phone. What we do know is that it's based on the Droid DNA from the US and the Japanese J Butterfly. We also know it sports a 5-inch Super LCD3 full-HD display. It should feature a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor and 2GB of RAM under the hood. It will likely be running some version of Jelly Bean as well. With major events such as CES and MWC 2013 right around the corner, it's a good assumption that HTC would announce the phone at one of these events. Only time will tell, but with the photo leaks and everything coming out about this device, we have to assume that it going to announced and given a release window soon enough. As always, we will keep you posted. [gallery] [timeline] [via GSM Arena]

Samsung Galaxy Camera Coming To Canada December 7

The Samsung Galaxy Camera is already available in the US and Europe, but folks in Canada have been left out in the cold. Well, it turns out they are receiving the Android-based camera in Canada soon. In fact, it's only a couple of weeks away, hitting the market on December 7 of this very year. It's coming just in time for the holiday shopping madness.

B&N NOOK HD and NOOK HD+ available in the UK

Barnes & Noble's tablets are ready to go head to head with Apple's iPad and iPad mini in the UK. The tablets use the latest version of B&N's customized version of Android. This customized version of the OS replaces the standard Android, which could be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on your preferences. Either way, these tablets come in at a competitive price point, and they could shake up the tablet market in the UK.

2.5 year old Android bug finally being fixed

A long time ago, in a galaxy far away, a user reported a bug involving not being able to resolve a hostname on a local domain. Other users started coming forward with the same problem, but that seemed to be the end of it. Then, 2.5 years later, a Google employee announced that the next Android update will address the issue. That's something to thankful for.

uTorrent adds Wi-Fi only option for downloads

One of the most wanted features for µTorrent on Android is ability to set downloads to run only when connected to a Wi-Fi network. Well, µTorrent has finally added the feature. This should help users keep down on their data usage while downloading large torrents. After all, that cellular data can be quiet expensive.

ASUS reportedly working on bringing Android 4.2 for its tablets

Not too surpassingly, ASUS is reported to be working on an Android 4.2 update for its tablets. We are not quiet sure which models are receiving this update, but it seems logical that the mid to high-end models would get 4.2 from ASUS. The report implies that its Transformer tablets would be receiving the update, and those definitely seem like the most logical models to get it.