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AT&T has confirmed that they will be carrying the new HTC Desire EYE, as well as the new RE camera, in time for the holiday season. Announced this week, the Desire EYE is sporting a 5.2-inch 1080p display, 2.3GHz processor, and 13MP front and rear-facing cameras. The RE camera, a handheld point-and-shoot device, features a 146-degree wide angle lens with a 16MP camera sensor. Full availability for both products will be announced at a later date.
Zynga is rebooting one of its most well known and popular games, Words With Friends, with an update for Android that not only adds some new features but also changes the name of the game slightly to New Words With Friends.
It's been a busy 24 hours for HTC. Yesterday evening in New York the Taiwanese manufacturer announced two new devices, including its first dedicated camera, as well as all-new software. If you missed out on the event, which included presentations from HTC big-wigs, announcements aplenty and even an impromptu fashion show, you can now catch the whole thing on YouTube. Check past the break for the video!
Sprint has confirmed what we reported over the weekend, that they will shut down their WiMax network on November 6, 2015. Devices that support both WiMax and Sprint's 3G network will continue to function on the 3G network.
While the Galaxy Note 4 is set to be available all over the place before the end of the month, it was originally expected that UK users would be able to pick one up starting tomorrow, October 10. Unfortunately prospective buyers in the UK will have to wait an extra week now, as @SamsungMobileUK has stated that the Note 4 won't be going on sale until October 17th.
We're coming at you live again today from New York City, where Sony's doing ... well, we're not quite sure what's up. Chances are good this is the U.S. launch of the Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact, but there's only one way to know for sure.
Check back in with us here at 1:30 p.m. EDT as we get this thing done, in ye olde liveblog fashion.
HTC launched the Desire Eye and the RE camera yesterday, but didn't share any details on another device rumored to make its debut, the One M8 Eye. It looks like HTC was aiming for a limited release with the latter handset, as the manufacturer has silently listed the One M8 Eye on its Chinese e-store.
Besides a Sony event in New York City, today rounds out a busy week with Lenovo hosting a gathering of its own in London to show off what's next from its Yoga line. So that'll be some tablet news, then. Android Central will be on the ground in London, but you too can follow the event as it happens since it's being livestreamed via YouTube around the world.
After an official announcement earlier this year, Samsung is bringing its entry-level LTE-enabled Galaxy Ace 4 to the UK on October 17. The device will be available from Samsung stores across the country along with select high street retailers, like EE.
In case you missed it, the HTC RE camera was announced today. It's a small handheld camera that can work on its own, or connect to an Android or iOS device. We've played with it a bit, so make sure to check out our hands-on impressions so far. After the announcement, HTC had some of the accessories and mounts on display. We asked an HTC representative to explain what they were. Take a look at our video!
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