has confirmed it will be stocking the new flagship phone from HTC, in an e-mail to Electronista
. The HTC One
, a 4.7-inch Android device with a 468ppi pixel density, a quad-core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, 2GB of RAM, and options for 32GB and 64GB of fixed storage, will be available from the retailer from its US launch date, which will be sometime in March. A price has still not been confirmed for the smartphone, which will be revealed closer to its street date.
Wi-Fi version of Samsung Galaxy Camera spotted at FCC
The Wi-Fi version of the Samsung Galaxy Camera
has been sighted at the FCC, having undergone certification. The camera, spotted by Engadget
in an FCC filing
, will lose the 4G connectivity from the original
, but will retain dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity, the 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, 21x zoom, support for ISO 100 to 3200, GPSm GLONASS, and Bluetooth 4.0. Though a specific shipping date and price for the Android 4.1 camera remains unknown, it is likely to cost less than the carrier-connected versions $550 pricetag.