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  • sciwizam - Thursday, May 31, 2012 - link change from Intel's HQ of Santa Clara to Qualcomm's HQ of San Diego...hmm. Reply
  • greylica - Friday, June 01, 2012 - link

    I hope we could get rid of proprietary software in smartphones and tablets. If Atom is the key to get rid of the ARM proprietary instructions, then we are very interested, otherwise, those unreliable smartphones with proprietary software are just another Big Brother eye. Reply
  • chrone - Friday, June 01, 2012 - link

    hope the next google nexus version will be powered by intel atom dual-core.

    it's gonna be legend.. *wait for it* dary!! :D
  • madooo12 - Saturday, June 02, 2012 - link

    AMD's hondo should be better based on trinity benches Reply
  • cellpeti - Friday, June 01, 2012 - link

    This is very good smartphone, but here(Hungary) very very expensive. :( :( Reply
  • soda tech - Saturday, June 02, 2012 - link

    I'll tell you what I'm most excited about. Based on the pictures, it looks like there's a hard camera button on the side. I could be wrong, that could be something else, but I love the hard camera button. It makes getting into camera mode and taking pictures, especially self-portraits, much much easier. I don't know why any of the companies ever ditched the hard button, but such an obvious no brainer has become an exception rather than the rule.

    Does anyone know what possible advantage NOT having a camera button might have?
  • randinspace - Saturday, June 02, 2012 - link

    Signal clearance? (e.g. being able to put a radio/antenna somewhere people won't have their hand all the time, the Nokia Lumia 900, with a camera button, has something of an unfortunate configuration in this regard...) Decreased size? Shaving a Renminbi (CNY) or perhaps two off the bill of materials? Shaving another one or two CNY off the shipping costs? Reply

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