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    If nothing else, HTC has always been renowned for its keen sense of design. Its software may have taken a detour down a treacherous path, but the hardware has rarely ever let us down. The Nexus One, One X, One M7, One M8, One S, DROID DNA, DROID Incredible, and many of the in-between devices were all rather pretty and built exceptionally well. (We'll go ahead and forget the ThunderBolt, Rezound, and Inspire 4G existed, Deal? Deal.) In particular, though, HTC has been on a hot streak for the last year and a half. The One M7 was – and still is by many – considered to be one of the most ...

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    The difference between the Huawei MediaPad M1 and the Apple iPad Mini (and ...with Retina Display) is very small: 0.1 inches. ...but seriously, we're comparing the two in this Huawei MediaPad M1 vs Apple iPad Mini video, and we're looking at similarities, and differences, between the two. You won't see any Android vs iOS remarks in this clip, as this is a question you'll have to answer, in this particular case, yourself. The two OSes couldn't be any more different, and the two tablets are different themselves too. Whether we talk resolution, processing power, or storage, they have very ...

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    The second tablet Huawei showed off today (if we consider the MediaPad X1 crossover as a pure slate) is the MediaPad M1 8.0. As its name implies, it is somewhat larger than the phone-enabled phablet, but if you think it resembles (a lot) with the HTC One, you're not the only one. Despite being one-inch larger than the X1, the M1 is actually a lower end slate. It features a screen (eight inches) with  1280 x 800 resolution, has a pair of 5MP and 1MP cameras, alongside a 4,800mAh battery. It is powered by a 1.6GHz quad-core SoC though which should be enough for most of your tasks. Check ...

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    Coming in to today's Huawei MWC event, we thought we had a decent understanding of the sort of hardware the manufacturer had in store: a phone (if not two), two tablets, and a smartwatch. Leaks already outed details on some of those models, but we still needed confirmation. Today, Huawei announces its new spread of hardware, and it largely conforms to our expectations. For starters, we've got the Ascend G6 smartphone. As we previously heard, it will feature a qHD display, now confirmed as a 4.5-inch component. Look for a quad-core 1.2GHz SoC, 2000mAh battery, and an eight-megapixel Sony ...

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