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    The media hype machine has laid its adoration upon HTC and Valve for coming up with a mind-blowing virtual reality experience. But are you ecstatic about it yet? Are you willing to shell out double the price of the Oculus Rift 40 days out from pre-orders? That's what one eBay seller is hoping you'll do. Prospective buyers have up until January 24 at around 5pm Eastern to take a chance at this singular HTC Vive "pre-order." Price tag? €1,099 or $1,204. For scale, financial firms' estimates have been circling around the $1,500 threshold. There's free shipping, but the buyer pays customs ...

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    If you decide to get a Samsung Galaxy S7 next year, you'll have to deal with what our friends with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus had to earlier on this season. Samsung is said to only have production capacity for so many Exynos 8890 chipsets that it will only appear on half of all S7 units. The other half will get the Snapdragon 820. We've the former get benchmarked on GeekBench with some pretty outstanding results. But the Exynos 8890 has very little to stand on with a recent result from a Chinese test. The comparable Kirin 950 put up an average score of 65,179 while the Exynos 7420 ...

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    Smartphone cameras are of greater importance than ever before. Of course, the convenience factor – being able to easily slip your smartphone into your pocket and snap awesome photos in a moment's notice, no matter where you go – creates some leniency in the actual quality of the pictures smartphones usually snap. But as entry-level point-and-shoot cameras fall to the wayside, expectations for smartphones to step up and fully fill the gap are growing. Several OEMs have focused a great deal of attention on mobile image sensing. HTC introduced UltraPixels, or simply 2µm pixels on a ...

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    If you look at the image above and you see an HTC One X we won't blame you! However, if you look carefully or at the side-shot below you will see that this phone is a big fat bastard! Of course it has the HTC and Beats Audio logos on the back, still, this is very much a knock off! Not only it comes with a removable backplate but included there in that gross box are two battery packs of 1,980mAh. You will also notice that this monster can accept two SIM cards. How many differences can you spot between this and the real deal? We told you about the thickness, the huge Beats logo, extra large ...

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