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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 hands-on: Phone features included

After all the leaks and rumors today the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is finally official. Samsung just revealed their new daring 8-inch tablet, and we have all the details. Live in Barcelona for MWC we've already got our paws all over it. We'd rather not call this a phablet, but this truly is because its got full phone and voice features included. We might not get the phone model in the US, at least not initially, but read on for all the details.

Sony 6.44-inch 1080p smartphone in the works

Some new reports have surfaced that the folks over at Sony are preparing more than just a few Xperia Z products for 2013. We've already seen their new 5-inch 1080p powered smartphone at CES, but now we're seeing some leaked components leading us to believe Sony is cooking up a 6.44-inch powerhouse. Read on for more details on what's coming next.

ZTE V987 budget 5-inch smartphone spotted

The folks from ZTE have been hitting the 5-inch form factor quite hard as of late. After just recently announcing their new flagship ZTE Grand S 5-inch 1080p smartphone, we're now seeing a similarly designed budget device that is set to dominate the Chinese markets. It's called the ZTE V987 and we have additional details after the break.

Lenovo K900 Hands-on: Intel Atom and a 5.5-inch 1080p display

Today Lenovo dropped some rather impressive news to the Android world here at CES 2013. The Lenovo K900 is the company’s new hero phone, and is powered by an Intel Atom processor, Android, and a 5.5-inch 1080p HD display. This will be the first Android phone to enjoy Intel's new ATOM processor, and we have some hands-on video below so check it out.

Samsung Galaxy Note II drops to an all-time low with Amazon Wireless

Getting a good deal on a mobile phone from a third party retailer is not all that surprising of news at this point. Actually, it seems more often than not a smartphone can be purchased for less by using a third party. The excitement here comes for the Galaxy Note 2 having reached what we believe to be an all-time low.

Huawei 8.5-inch smartphone prototype is ridiculously huge

When it comes to an actual smartphone, how big is too big? All jokes aside today we are seeing a brand new device from Huawei that can only be described as ridiculously large. The unknown 8.5-inch prototype smartphone has surfaced in the flesh over on Twitter, and appears to be a working device. Eldar Murtazin himself posted a picture of the image, and we have additional details below.
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