Though the HTC One X+ has virtually the same 8-megapixel image sensor found in its predecessor, it does have a few new features. Along with the deep list of settings and shooting modes like HDR, burst, and panorama, the phone also now has a timer for self portraits.
The Nokia Lumia 820 was on hand as well. It's less tricked out than the Lumia 920, lacks a PureView camera and sports a smaller screen. Even so, it will have removable back covers in various colors. The phone will also support wireless charging and NFC (near-field communication) technology.
On hand at Nokia's display during AT&T's fall shindig was this JBL Bluetooth speaker. Not only does it use NFC to pair with Lumia phones just by tapping them together, it will also charge handsets sans wires.
AT&T is the first carrier to officially get on board the Samsung Galaxy Note II bandwagon. This follow-up to Samsung's first phone/tablet hybrid features updated quad-core processing and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.