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Samsung Galaxy S4

How do build the followup to the most successful smartphone in your company's history? You start by leaving a lot the same. At a glance, the Samsung Galaxy S4 ($TBA) looks much like the S3 — but look closer, and you'll notice changes like a 5-inch, 1080p Super AMOLED display, Gorilla Glass 3 for added durability, a 1.6GHz Exynos Octa 8-core processor, a larger battery, and a 13 megapixel camera. Of course, software plays a part too, with new features like Smart Scroll and Smart Pause that use eye-tracking and the accelerometer to scroll pages and pause videos automatically. Arriving Q2 2013.

  • Colorware iPhone 5

    Well, that didn't take long. For all of you who long for a more vibrant iPhone 5 than Apple's stock black and white versions, the Colorware iPhone 5 ($1,700) is now available. Using an online tool, you can choose a custom color for the 64GB, SIM unlocked phone's body, top rear glass, bottom rear glass, Home button, and SIM tray. A wide variety of both solid, metallic, and pearlescent colors are available, but obviously, we prefer the white/orange/black combo.

  • HTC 8X Phone

    Think Nokia's the only company cranking out brightly-color phones? Think again. The new HTC 8X Phone ($TBA) is the company's signature Windows Phone handset, packing a 4.3-inch HD LCD screen with a Gorilla Glass 2 covering, Beats Audio for an improved headphone experience, a 2.1mp front facing camera, an 8 megapixel backside-illuminated sensor and f/2.0 28mm lens on the back, and, of course, Windows Phone 8. Arriving in November in a variety of colors, including blue, black, red, and "that's obviously not an iPhone" yellow.