Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the launch of the HTC J Butterfly, and what it means for the HTC One M9. Microsoft is next as we learn of its new Hyperlapse service, and this time with no relation to the Instagram service. ASUS follows as we learn of its plans for the ZenWatch 2. Samsung is next as we get more credible reports on the Galaxy S6 Active, and boy it’s ugly. We end today’s show talking about the possible compromise in the new camera of the iPhone 6s

All this and more after the break.

Stories:
New HTC J Butterfly goes official with One M9-besting specs
Microsoft Hyperlapse brings smooth time-lapse videos to Windows and Android
ASUS plans to introduce ZenWatch 2 at Computex next month
Galaxy S6 Active shows up on official Samsung site
Camera rumors suggest 12MP iPhone 6S sensor could come at a cost

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