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Big Moment: Our First 24 Hours with Nokia’s Lumia 1520

Nokia and Microsoft have a new flagship. And it's a big one, to say the least. We had the pleasure to get a hold of the Lumia 1520, courtesy of Nokia Lebanon. I personally tried it, and so, I am going to share with you my first 24 hours with this beast of a device. When we first heard the news live at Nokia World, back in October, we were thrilled. The 1520 is the world's first quad-core, full HD, Windows Phone 8 phablet. Let me recap the 'firsts'. ...
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Phabulous? Samsung Galaxy Note 3 & Gear Review

This Galaxy Note is the third of its kind. I still remember when the first Galaxy Note came out, how everybody was skeptical about its success. Everyone said this phone was definitely too big to go mainstream. We're far from that time now. The Note has established itself as a strong alternative to "standard" smartphones. It also created a whole new handheld Tech segment: the Phablets. Despite early sizeist mockery, Samsung was able to ship about ...
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HTC One Max, Hitting the Market Soon

Rumor has it the HTC One Max is going to make its international debut on either October the 15th or the 17th. Just last week, photos of the upcoming phone leaked all over the internet, the 5.9 inch phone is one of many to join the phablet series including the recently released Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The date has been discovered based on information from a Chinese test group, and its specifications are supposedly the following: 2.3 GHz Snapdragon ...
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Galaxy Note, Sony Style: Xperia Z Ultra

"More of that, please". This should have been Sony Mobile's Board of Directors declaration when their engineers presented the Xperia Z. The engineers then took it religiously: they gave them more of the Xperia Z, literally more: the Xperia Z Ultra. More Power Practically, the Xperia Z Ultra is the "phablet" version of the Xperia Z; meaning the display got bigger. But this not the real deal. Sony furnished it with the biggest brain currently available ...
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The World’s Biggest Phone: Samsung’s Galaxy Mega

Want a tablet and a phone, wrapped in one single nice shell? It might seem funny at first, but Samsung's Galaxy Mega could be one clever buy. Here's why: It's huge. It's humongous. With its 6.3 inches from corner to opposite corner, Samsung's big boy 720p screen is barely smaller than that of the Nexus 7. Not just this, it is simply sleeker, with less bezel real estate. Drawback would be... that's it's huge. You might look a bit ridiculous ...
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LG Optimus Vu (Finally) Announced for the Levant

We just finished our roundly visit to LG Beirut Headquarters. And the least we can say is that it went well. We got two major news - or announcements, even though "news" make it sound less dramatic - that will please most of you, especially those who hold Android rather high up in their love scale. Optimus Vu Launch The first major news is that LG is launching in the Levant region its Optimus Vu. The iteration of the Vu that will be launched ...
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