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Reviews - Tuesday, May 21, 2013 16:36 - 12 Comments
review There’s a new category of smartphone out there — the super-phone. Dozens of new smartphones get released in Australia every year, but usually there’s only a handful that matter and gain sales momentum. Does the HTC One do enough to make it into this class? Read on to find out. Continue…
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