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Honor 8 unveiled for the US, pre-orders begin August 17 for $400 with $50 gift card

Although the Honor 8 was revealed more than a month ago in China, it's just now been introduced to the US. Honor is calling this its first flagship for America, so it had better impress. The company is specifically toting the 8's 12MP dual camera system (no Leica branding?), the snappy fingerprint sensor, and the performance.

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New HTC M8 (Or Possibly M8 Mini) Leak Reiterates Dual Rear Cameras And Virtual Navigation Buttons

It's not exactly news that HTC will be updating its flagship phone for 2014, but more and more leaks seem to indicate that we can expect a phone that looks a lot like the current HTC One. Yet another leaked photo, this time from M Helal on Google+, shows what looks like a One with the dual cameras and a dual flash module that we've seen on a previous leak. The casing is a bit glossier than the current model, and the front view seems to confirm that HTC will switch to virtual navigation buttons.

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Helal has specs to share as well: a 4.7-inch 1080p screen, a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 5 megapixel front camera.

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Leaked Photo Shows Purported HTC One Sequel With Dual Rear Cameras

It's about that time of year, folks - as Mobile World Congress approaches at the end of February, more and more upcoming phones are going to be leaked. The first major leak is from @HTCFamily_ru, which posted a photo of an unknown HTC phone this morning. It appears to be a new member of the One family; the rear is the only visible angle, but it's showing off what looks like two cameras on the back.

The Twitter account calls the phone the HTC M8, which matches the general codename structure for the company (last year's One was the M7).

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LG's Oh-So-Secret G-Slate 3D Tablet Shows Up In A Random YouTube Video Yet Again, Shows Off Kickstand (?), Dual Cameras

The G-Slate Honeycomb tablet, announced at CES, was never shown off to the public outside of this weak T-Mobile video which just embedded the official Honeycomb intro into a dark G-Slate frame. Last week, the tablet made a brief and fuzzy appearance in a random Korean music video, seemingly confirming previous rumors of a 3D camera.

Today, we are seeing it again in an even more random creation - a homemade video by MysteryGuitarMan. Dual cameras for recording 3D - check, LED flash - check (though only one), what looks to be a kickstand - check (seriously, nobody has thought of putting a kickstand into a tablet before?

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BREAKING: HTC Supersonic Now Called HTC EVO 4G - Coming To Sprint This Summer - Monster Details Inside

Here is the long awaited announcement from Sprint/HTC - the Supersonic name is no more and the phone is now called EVO 4G.

It will be released this summer, so roll your tongues back up, pick up your jaws and prepare for the painful wait. Get ready to be taunted by the HTC HD2 (which is very similar but running WinMo) owners, and coming out any day now.

Here are the specs of this monster. It is, indeed, the most impressive phone to day:

  • 1GHz Snapdragon QSD8650 CPU
  • a 4.3" TFT screen, 480x800 resolution
  • TWO cameras - 8MP on the back and 1.3MP on the front
  • DUAL flashes on the back - I got to see what that looks like on the HD2 and it's really blinding
  • 720P video playback and recording using the rear camera and HDTV connectivity via HDMI through an adaptor
  • 1GB internal storage
  • 8GB MicroSD card included, expandable to 32GB
  • 512MB RAM
  • WiMax/4G with support for 8 concurrent users
  • WiFi b/g
  • FM radio
  • Proximity, light, gyro sensors, digital compass, GPS
  • Bluetooth 2.1 A2DP + EDR
  • 1500mAh battery
  • a kickstand - interesting, that's a new and lightweight way of making your phone stay upright - great for watching videos on the huge screen
  • Android 2.1 with HTC Sense
  • Dimensions: 4.8" x 2.6" x 0.5" (122mm x 66mm x 13 mm)
  • Weight: 6 ounces
  • MicroUSB connector

Here are some pictures and videos, courtesy of Engadget and Sprint:






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