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Prepare for a major upgrade in processing and graphics performance from next year’s Android-powered flagships. Qualcomm today announced its next-generation Snapdragon processors with 64-bit architecture, which promise a better mobile computing experience in almost every way.

In addition to support for 4K Ultra HD displays, the Snapdragon 808 and Snapdragon 810 processors are expected to bring even faster LTE connectivity, better graphics for your games, and blazing-fast devices you haven’t experienced on Android before.

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HTC really needs to step up its security over unreleased devices, because it has to be the worst when it comes to product leaks.

We’re just under a month away from the unveiling of its “All New HTC One,” and yet again the handset has been pictured out in the wild. These aren’t the sharpest of snaps, but they do give us a nice look at the handset’s new rear-facing camera sensors (yes, there are two).

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Sony today announced its new Xperia T2 Ultra, an affordable smartphone with a massive 6-inch display that’s looking to take on devices like the Samsung Galaxy Mega and the Huawei Ascend Mate. The device will be aimed at emerging markets like China, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific.

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Back in September in the aftermath of the iPhone 5s’s debut boasting the world’s first 64-bit smartphone chip, Qualcomm representative Anand Chandrasekher called a 64-bit ARM chip a “gimmick.” Just three months later, Qualcomm’s announcing one, the Snapdragon 410, opening the door for 64-bit Android devices.

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Taiwanese electronics maker BenQ has today re-entered the smartphone business with two midrange devices announced in Taiwan. They’re called the A3 and the F3, and they’re largely identical when it comes to internal specifications, but both sport different designs, cameras, processors, and price tags.

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