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Where did all of these new HTC devices come from? Plus, our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, a Nikon Android camera, third-hand Nexus rumors that won't die, and more of your e-mails and voicemails.
Thing 1: Samsung Galaxy Note 2
- This is what a T-Mobile branded Galaxy Note 2 will look like
- Quick screen comparison: Galaxy Note 2 versus Galaxy S3
- Samsung Galaxy Note 2 initial photo and video samples
Thing 2: HTC reboots the One X already, brings the VX
- HTC One X+ is official - faster CPU, bigger battery, Sense 4+ and Jelly Bean
- Hands-on with the HTC One X+ and Sense 4+
- Best of both worlds? The AT&T HTC One VX
- AT&T announces the HTC One X+; Nvidia quad-core meets LTE
- HTC to deliver Jelly Bean and Sense 4+ upgrade for One S, X and XL this month
- HTC's 'Get Started' helps you set up your new Sense device from a computer
- TELUS confirms HTC One X+ is coming to Canada
- HTC One X+ headed to UK from Oct 22, priced £474, says retailer
Thing 3: Nikon Coolpix S800c
- Nikon Coolpix S800c hardware
- The OS on the Nikon Coolpix S800c - it's Android, and that's both good and bad
- Skype, on the Nikon Coolpix S800c
Thing 4: Other odds and ends
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