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Nokia Lumia 925

If you liked the features of the Lumia 920 but simply couldn't get behind the colorful, oversized polycarbonate body, you're likely love the Nokia Lumia 925 ($TBA). Like the 920, it offers an 8.7 megapixel PureView camera with optical image stabilization, a 1.5 GHZ dual-core Snapdragon processor with 1GB of RAM, a 4.5" WXGA screen, and 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera. But instead of polycarbonate, the 925's outer frame is made from metal, with the plastic stuff relegated to a white, black, or grey panel on the back, a feature that makes possible the optional wireless charging cover. Arriving next month.

  • HTC First with Facebook Home

    Facebook finally took the wraps off its long-rumored Android project, and the result is... an app? Kinda. The HTC First with Facebook Home ($100) will be the first handset blessed with Facebook Home, the social network's new home/lock screen replacement. While the phone itself isn't exactly bleeding edge, with a 5 megapixel cam, a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, a 4.3-inch, 720p screen, and LTE networking, it's the software that counts. Software that transforms your lock screen into a Facebook feed, complete with full-screen pics, status updates, and IMs, and offers deep Facebook integration after you unlock. Like we said, it's a Facebook Phone, only it isn't.

  • Fuel Micro Charger

    You can get extra power from a big battery that straps to the back of your phone — but if you prefer to use your phone "naked", the Fuel Micro Charger ($25) is a good thing to keep around. This keychain-friendly device looks like a rusted fuel can — literally — and rocks a micro-USB port that you can use to access and/or charge the 220 milliAmp battery, which is good for about 20-30 minutes of extra juice. So no, it's not going to get you through a full day of bad service — but it might be just enough to get you out of a jam.