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Today we tackle battery life and low light shots.
A next-gen HoloLens is rumored to be on tap.
Sprint's Samsung Ativ S Neo is a generically good-looking Windows Phone 8 device that resembles Samsung's Galaxy S4 line -- a lineage that's clear in the phone's "S"-themed name.
You'll navigate the Ativ S Neo with two capacitive buttons that sandwich the phone's central Home button, a blue key that echoes the phone's silvery accents.
Although the S Neo is all reflective plastic, the sleek button shapes and subtle pattern on the back plate do give it some nuance.
The S Neo's 8-megapixel camera module echoes the more square shape of the Galaxy S4 Android flagship. An LED flash and 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera round out the goods.
That mandatory physical camera button on the right sets Windows phones apart.
Pop off the phone's back cover to pump up the phone's native 16GB of storage by up to 64GB via the microSD card slot.