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Sony Xperia Z pricing revealed as pre-orders go live in the UK

If you are in the UK and looking forward to getting your hands on the Xperia Z, it looks like Sony has inched things one step closer to a release. We are seeing some pricing along with some pre-order availability. Xperia Z details have recently appeared with Sony as well as with several carriers and retailers to include Phones4u, Carphone Warehouse, Three and O2.

Samsung Galaxy Camera gets updated to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

While this news will probably make tons of smartphone owners upset while their still waiting, good for Samsung for being quick with updates. Today Samsung has confirmed the update for their new and impressive Samsung Galaxy Camera to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is rolling out. The update isn't a big one, or bring too many changes, but brings the camera in line with their Galaxy S III and Note II devices.

Google posts best apps, movies, and music of 2012

The world didn't end on December 21st and now the year is slowly but surely coming to a close. Last week many companies, Google included, posted videos highlighting and wrapping up 2012 and today Google's done the same thing with apps and music from the Google Play Store. Below is just a few noteworthy mentions of Google's top apps, music, movies, and books from the world of Android.

Verizon lists locations getting 4G LTE November 15

Areas in the Midwest and western United States are about to get a big 4G LTE boost from Verizon. The company posted a bunch of releases to its News Center yesterday and today that detail all of the new markets Verizon's 4G LTE will soon be available in. When we say "soon," we mean it too - Verizon 4G LTE will be available in all of the markets listed after the break on November 15, just two days from now.

Galaxy Note II firmware update drops with Multi-View

The Samsung Galaxy Note II in Europe today received a new firmware update that adds a multi-view function. What is multi-view? It is a slick feature that allows users to have two windows open on one screen. This opens up tons of options for multitasking in a more computer-like way. Imagine watching a movie on your device and having an IMDB window open at the same time to find out who the stars of said movie are. The potential uses for this new feature are nearly limitless. Of course, not all Android apps support this feature, but as more devices have the feature we expect more apps to start using it. New Galaxy Note II devices in stores had this feature installed already, and it is good to see Samsung issuing the feature for devices already in the wild. Right now the new firmware is available in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. Besides multi view, it is not clear what else is included in this updated firmware. Users can update their devices over the air or using Samsung KIES. Either way, if you live in one of the supported regions, you should be able to get this new firmware right now. Let us know in the comments how you like the new feature. [youtube R8bKvj1ZlsE] [timeline] [via Sam Mobile]
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