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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]

Scalado Panorama 360 for Smartphones hands-on

Not everything at Mobile World Congress was hardware related. We saw tons of awesome apps, games, ideas and more and will bring it all to you this week. Today we want to share an awesome panorama technology called Sweep Panorama 360 by Scalado. These same folks recently teased their Remove technology for deleting moving objects from pictures, but their panorama tech is equally impressive.

Google+ photo tagging now features automatic facial recognition

Google's social network site just keeps getting better and better these days. Now I know when you read automatic facial recognition you feel like John Connor from Terminator might hunt you down and recognize your face but this new system is completely opt-in. This feature is being called "Find My Face" and will make photo tagging even easier in Google+ land.

Photo shot with Galaxy Nexus smartphone spied on Google+

You know you are a geek when you peruse Google+ and other photo sites for EXIF data that points out photos shot with smartphones that aren't yet released. It's ok though, we get your need to see all the info you can get on unreleased gear. In fact, here is a shot for you that has surfaced that according to the EXIF data was taken with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus camera.

Official Flickr App for Android available now

Flickr is no doubt one of the best photography options available on the web. For a long time now Android users have been waiting for something official instead of relying on third party applications. It appears that Flickr has finally answered all their users calls and have now announced the official Flickr app for Android.

LG Optimus Sol Press Shots Leak

Say hello to the first official press shots of the LG Optimus Sol (aka LG Victor E730). The Optimus Sol was first spotted in this leaked roadmap including an LG Prada remake running Android. While we are still searching for more details it should be a decent little mid-range offering although someone should probably tell LG they forgot the LED flash. Who does that these days?

Photovine Launches on iOS: Why not Android?

It's that time again, ladies and gentlemen, time when we've got to ask Google what the heck is going on, this time regarding a pretty awesome little social photography app by the name of Photovine. I just happen to have an iPad here, so I went ahead and checked the app out for all you non-adventurous types. Of course I was still working on the tiny iPhone-sized interface unless I wanted to have a pixel nightmare in front of me, so it was slim pickins for screen real-estate. Even so, Google's excellent new app Photovine's sweet nature shown through, and it's gotten me wondering why the heck it wasn't launched on Android instead of iOS.
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