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At its media event in London, Nokia announced the Lumia 925, its newest flagship smartphone, targeting bigger global markets than the Lumia 928. Its chops? Being the first Windows-driven smartphone with a sleek silvery aluminum chassis that makes it super-light.
Nokia announced its flagship smartphone for the season, the Lumia 928. The 4.5-incher, with its unusually broad screen, and charming Windows Phone 8 interface, packs some mighty imaging features, backed by PureView DNA, which could place it in the high-end segment.
Viber is a well-known instant messaging VoIP application for smartphones and tablets. To compete with Skype, the company has decided to introduce a new desktop app for Mac and Windows PCs. The new app lets you make free video calls along with several other features.
Semiconductor company MediaTek announces a chip for entry-level smartphones. The latest SoC is called MT6572, and the heart of the chip is a 1.2 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor. It comes with integrated HSPA+ 3G, Wi-Fi, FM-radio, GPS and Bluetooth.
Samsung's latest mirrorless camera sees the company fusing the feature-sets of its NX1000 and NX300 cameras, including higher ISO modes, better burst photography, a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, a touchscreen UI, WiFi, and NFC, at a rather attractive price.
Wacom refreshed its popular Cintiq 22HD display. The new 21.5-incher features multi-touch, and 16 physical macro buttons lacing its bezel, letting you switch tools and brushes without lifting the Cintiq Pen. The refreshed pen-display will replace its predecessor in May.
Kingston's new MobileLite Wireless lets you wirelessly sync stuff between your Android or iOS device, and an installed SD card, supporting up to three simultaneous connections. It also lets your device soak up an 'emergency' recharge from its 1,800 mAh battery.
Just what we needed, another Samsung tablet. The Galaxy Tab 3, launched today, is equipped to provide an alternative to the Nexus 7. The 7-incher packs some serious cost-balancing while covering the essentials, and could command an attractive (sub-$200, even) price.
Panasonic has announced the Lumix G6, a mid-range interchangeable lens camera with a Micro Four Thirds mount. The new Lumix comes with an updated viewfinder, upgraded Venus Engine and an improved ISO range. It should be available before the end of May for under $1000.
Well under a hundred bucks, Nokia's new Asha 210 is a colorful keypad-candybar, which comes with popular social media apps, including WhatsApp preinstalled, making it give competition to BlackBerry's entry-level offerings, if you can put up with lack of 3G connectivity.