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Sony Xperia U Review

Sony released a scattershot of Xperia phones last year, and has decided to take a more measured approach this year, unveiling the NXT series at MWC 2012. That included the Xperia S and Xperia P, but today we’ll be reviewing the Xperia U, the smallest and cheapest of the three. That doesn’t mean it’s lacking in specs, though: a dual-core 1Ghz processor lies at the beating heart of the phone, and it’s staggering to think we’ve reached a point where a budget handset can include such a chip. How does it all stack up, though?

IMDb app updated with 720p HD video streaming

For all the movie buffs that are constantly going to IMDb on their Android phone or tablet like I always do, today we have good news. The folks from IMDb have just issued an update to the Android application solving some pesky bugs and bringing multiple video quality settings to Android. Most importantly full 720p HD playback of trailers.

LCD vs IPS vs AMOLED: HTC One X, S and LG Optimus 4X screens compared

There's some downright fantastic screen technology out there today, and nearly all of it is making its way into brand new smartphones. To get an up close and personal look at some of themore high-end options, German site BestBoyz took a look at the screens on the HTC One X, HTC One S and the LG Optimus 4X HD under a 400-power microscope. You can see the individual pixel shells whose color combinations make up the image. Fist, the HTC One X:

Sony Ericsson LT28at 4G LTE 4.55″ 720p phone leaked with 13 megapixel camera

It appears that SONY really is going all in with Android because the details of this latest leaked phone sound extremely nice. This 4.55" 1280 x 720p reality display packing smartphone is headed for AT&T with an awesome display and an equally impressive camera to snap some high quality beautiful photos. Leaked as the LT28at this phone could very well be their next flagship device and seen at CES 2012 coming up shortly. More details and photo samples below.

LG Nitro HD hands-on and unboxing

Looking for a way to enter the LTE world with a bang? If you're on AT&T, then you definitely need to check out the newest entry to the LTE stable, the LG Nitro HD. Normally content to play in the low-end and mid-range fields, LG has stepped up their game to offer a true flagship device, complete with 1.5Ghz dual-core processor and 720p screen. Our initial impressions follow.

LG Nitro HD gets official on AT&T with a 720p IPS screen and LTE

Exciting news from AT&T, as they've officially announced the LG Nitro HD for the US carrier. The phone's outstanding feature is a 4.5-inch 720p display using an IPS LCD - a wicked combination of size, resolution and picture quality. Other highlights include a dual-core 1.5Ghz processor and access to AT&T's 4G LTE network. The Nitro HD will be available starting on December 4th for $249.99 on a new contract.

Sony Ericsson Arc HD and more HD devices leaked in user agent profiles

We've heard rumors and even seen pictures of the next Sony Ericsson smartphone rocking a 1280 x 720p HD display but now we have a few more on the horizon. In a set of user agent profiles that were leaked we can now confirm the Arc HD (LT26i) will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread and has a 720p HD display just like the recently leaked photos suggested. Along with that we have a few more profiles also leaked.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc HD in the works with 720p display

Sony Ericsson is planning what we are hearing will be called the Xperia Arc HD with a brilliant 1280 x 720p display using their BRAVIA engine. Now we should probably just call them SONY since they bought out Ericsson's half recently. So, Sony is prepping a new 720p smartphone to add to their lineup. We've heard rumors of the Nozomi packing a 720p screen and possibly a 1.5 GHz dual-core, could this be the same phone?
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