HTC's revamped One X+

Here's HTC's new One X+ with its Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core CPU. Other improvements include 64GB of internal storage and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean software. For more, check out our HTC One X+ hands-on.
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One X+ is still thin

Despite its quad-core Tegra 3 processor and 64GB of internal storage, the HTC One X+ looks as thin as the One X.
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One X+ top view

Here's a look at the HTC One X+ from the top. You can see its 3.5mm headphone jack and power button.
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The One X+'s beefed-up camera

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.
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Meet the HTC One VX

The new HTC One VX is now the top dog in the One V line.
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Smoothly sculpted, not trim

HTC's new One VX may be stylishly sculpted in silver, but it's thicker than the One X+.
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Headphones up top

The top edge of the HTC One VX holds its 3.5mm headphone jack plus a power button.
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The One VX's soft touch back

On back of the HTC One VX is a back plate that covers its removable battery. It also sports a soft touch surface that's easy to grip.
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No Jelly Bean for the One VX, yet

Unlike the One X+, the HTC One VX will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
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HTC One X+ and One VX

Here's a shot with both the HTC One X+ (left) and HTC One VX side by side.
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Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 flagship

The Nokia Lumia 920, arguably Microsoft's flagship phone, made an appearance at AT&T's launch event.
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Nokia's more modest Lumia 820

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.
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A PureView class camera

On back of Nokia's Lumia 920 is its PureView 8-megapixel camera, which the company claims is the best phone imaging system on the market.
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Wireless speaker for your Lumia

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.
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Windows Phone plays the voice game, too

Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 boasts powerful voice command and voice-to-text features, too. Siri, Google Voice Actions, you better watch your backs.
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Wireless charging, no problem

On hand at Nokia's section was a wireless charging pad to power up its new Lumias via inductive charging technology.
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LG's quad-core Optimus G

The new LG Optimus G was here, too, flaunting its quad-core Snapdragon processor and 13-megapixel camera.
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The Optimus G's glossy back

The LG Optimus G's back surface is glossy and reflective. Let's just hope it won't attract fingerprints as easily as it does ambient light.
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HTC Windows Phone 8X

HTC's Microsoft products were on display, too, including the HTC Windows Phone 8X shown here.
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A more powerful Xperia

We caught a glance of Sony's new Xperia TL as well. The most powerful Xperia handset yet, it features a dual-core Snapdragon processor and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
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This Sony's a bit thick

Contrasting with some of the more svelte handsets on display at AT&T's event, the Sony Xperia TL is on the chunky side.
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Sony's 13 megapixel shooter

The Xperia TL features a 13-megapixel shooter as its main camera.
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AT&T's Samsung Galaxy Note II

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.
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Cover your Note II

The Samsung Galaxy Note II that AT&T had on display was encased in a slick flip-open cover.
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Samsung Galaxy Express

Samsung also had its budget Android offering, the Galaxy Express, on hand.
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Samsung gets more rugged

Here's the new Samsung Rugby Pro, which is designed to take a licking and keep on ticking. It meets military specifications for ruggedness and will shrug off spills, falls, and dust.
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Subtle armor plating

Samsung's Rugby Pro (its back shown here) is wrapped in protective armor but looks like your typical midrange smartphone.
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Windows 8 done sleekly

The new Asus Vivo Tab RT is one of the first tablets to run Windows 8. It's also superthin and lightweight, less than 1.2 pounds.
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Windows 8 running razor thin

Here's an angle view of the Asus Vivo Tab RT, which runs Windows 8 RT. It's trim, light, and easy to hold.
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A tastefully designed back

The Asus Vivo Tab RT sports a conservative and tastefully designed back painted in black.
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Full Windows 8, yet compact

Samsung's new Ativ Smart PC packs all the power of full Windows 8 into a highly portable tablet design.
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Trim but not ultrathin

The Samsung Ativ Smart PC isn't as thin as the Asus Vivo Tab RT, but runs full Windows 8 and not the lighter RT version of Redmond's new operating system.
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