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HTC launches Desire 820 with selfie snappers in mind

Unveiled at IFA in Berlin on Thursday, HTC's new Desire 820 mid-range smartphone appears to be aimed at the selfie crowd with its 8-megapixel front shooter and range of camera features – some more gimmicky than others.

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Meizu’s MX4 brings KitKat, an octa-core, and a massive display to the table for $300

Meizu announced the latest in the company's MX line of smartphones, the MX4. It brings a MediaTek octa-core processor and a 5.36-inch Full HD display for $300. The MX4 will be available for purchase later this month.


Hands on: Samsung’s dramatically different Galaxy Edge spills over with potential

Samsung's Note Edge stands out due to its 5.6-inch screen cascading over the right-hand side of the device. The curved section works independently of the main screen, and serves up handy snippets of information and news. We think it's one of the most unusual…


Lenovo announces the Tab S8, the company’s first Intel Atom-powered Android tablet

During its press conference at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Lenovo introduced the company's first Intel Atom-powered Android tablet, the Tab S8. It will be available in September starting at $200.


Samsung gives the Gear S some bling with a Swarovski crystal-encrusted band

Samsung added some bling to its Gear S smartwatch with a Swarovski crystal band. The company will also most likely offer Swarovski crystal-encrusted Galaxy Note 4 cases.


Remember when phones actually looked different from one another? Sharp does.

While most phones on sale today look pretty similar to each other, Sharp and Sprint are about to unleash a phone which looks suitably different to truly standout. It's the Aquos Crystal with its edge-to-edge screen, and we need to embrace it for the good of…


This dual-camera smartphone chuckles at water, ignores dust, and laughs at explosions

Sure, there are rugged smartphones that are both dust proof and waterproof, but the Bartec Pixavi Impact X one-ups them all by also being able to withstand explosions. Take a second to think about that.


HTC One M8 with Windows Phone review

There’s no arguing that the HTC One M8 for Windows Phone is much better looking than its high-end Nokia Lumia counterparts.

  • Pros: Same great specs as Android version , High-end metal design…
  • Cons: Limited app selection , Somewhat slippery to hold , Only at…