Posts Tagged: "snapdragon 400"

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Nexus 7 (2013) Review

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pple rules the tablet space.  That’s no secret.  But what few know is that there are alternatives to the iPad and iPad Mini.  Alternatives that are well built and significantly cheaper than Apple’s tablets.  And one of those tablets is Google’s second iteration of the Nexus 7, a 7-inch tablet...

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Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Review (AT&T)

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amsung’s Mega 6.3 is neither phone or tablet.  Many have come to call this type of a device a phablet.  I think there is no question that a device of this size, measuring 6.3-inches diagonally from the display’s corner to corner , can easily exist as a tablet.  So I...

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HTC Announces the Desire 601 and 300 Midranges Smartphones

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Not unlike their fierce rival at Samsung, the slow circuitous return to greatness for HTC is paved with not just “One” stellar Android offering–but several. Similar to the competition, HTC is hitting mobile consumers of all types. The HTC One we reviewed a few months is chiefly the flagship and...

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HTC One Mini First Impression: Small Isn’t a Sacrifice

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spent sometime with AT&T’s HTC One Mini today. To be candid it’s the first Android I’ve used that includes “carrier bloatware”.  All of my other Android handsets and tablets that I’ve used have been pure Google (i.e. Nexus edition). So what I expected was a slower, more cumbersome UI. However,...

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HTC One Mini Vs. HTC One (comparison)

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Yesterday we took a brief look at the PR HTC released for the reduced size HTC One Mini. The unit is finally getting official specs and a taste of a release date. It truth, it looks very much like a the HTC One’s smaller doppleganger. It sports similar industrial design,...

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Here is the Leaked HTC One Mini

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According to Engadget, this is the HTC One Mini, the smaller brother to the One.  Yes, the image above is blurry, but the info is said to come from a “trusted source”, and despite the poor quality of the photograph, I’m inclined to agree. So what’s known about the diminutive version...