Video Tour: Nokia 6263
This is a quick video tour of the Nokia 6263. It is a mid-range clamshell boasting standard media features backed by Series 40.
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We shot a quick video preview tour of the Nokia 6263. This is the second phone that can access T-Mobile's upcoming 3G network in the 1700 MHz band, but the network is not officially up and running yet. It has a standard feature list for a mid-level phone. You can check them out here:
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DirecTV Now: App Tour
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Video Tour: Amazon Fire Phone
Amazon's Fire Phone has one of the more interesting user interfaces to reach consumers this year. Here's an in-depth look at how FireOS, Dynamic Perspective, and FireFly really work.
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Alcatel Shows Off the Go Play, a New Mid-Tier Line
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