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It has a unibody design and packs in the PureView camera.  Running on Snapdragon S4 processor, the Lumia 920 has a 4.5-inch display called Nokia PureMotion HD+ and supports wireless charging.

These features will be accessible for free on desktops as well as Android smartphones running version 2.2 or later.
An Ultrabook for under Rs 50,000? Well, that is something rare in today's era. Asus Technology seems to do just this with its new S Series.
Priced at Rs 1,02,990, the 13-inch version measures only 12.9 mm (0.5") and weighs just 1.16 kg.
Just like the Galaxy Note II, even the Galaxy Camera will run on Android Jelly Bean and will have the Touch Wiz Nature UX on the top.
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Good upgrade if you are looking for something versatile.
Smart features and value for money, but results could be better.
The new flagship smartphone from Sony showcases some changes. The company has made its device smart enough to turn itself off if the SIM card is missing.
Samsung calls it the thinnest notebook ever but not an ultrabook, maybe because of the Rs 1,02,990 price tag.
Unlike Samsung, Sony's Xperia lineup of smartphones - Xperia T, Xperia J and Xperia V - will be powered by Android IceCream Sandwich.
This is a very complex camera, but the features and navigation coupled with the touchscreen make it very easy to use.
Among the best DSLRs around, but not for amateurs.
No flaws; a full manual mode would have been good.