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Cricket is not only adding the Samsung Galaxy S4 to its portfolio, but also two other Android smartphones made by the Korean company – Galaxy Admire 2 and Galaxy Discover. Samsung has officially announced that its Galaxy S4 has reached the 10 million units sold milestone, adding that the phone is estimated to be selling at a rate of four units per second. HTC announced a new mid-range device, Desire 600, which promises to offer quite a bang for the buck. Unfortunately, price was not announced (all we have is “affordable price tag”) but we do have the full specs sheet: it will pack Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor clocked at 1. While I like the new BlackBerry Z10, I found it have a too thick bezel around the display. In fact, at one time I had it home alongside the Sony Xperia T and found Sony’s phone only slightly bigger, despite having a 0. The new BlackBerry Q5 could easily prove as the company’s most popular smartphone, helping the Canadian company reach customer segments which is now served by other vendors. Marvell is joining the “quad-core game” with a mass-market product that will compete in the mid-to-high end of the market. Samsung Galaxy Win is coming to India. However, interested folks won’t be able to buy it under that name; rather the Korean company renamed it to Galaxy Grand Quattro. So, the Chinese won’t be the only one getting the HTC One variant with a microSD card slot. Japan’s KDDI announced a similar device calling it HTC J One (model number HTL22) that also comes with support for microSD cards (of up to 64GB). Truphone proudly announced its industry first shared international mobile service plans for data, text and voice. Verizon customers have been given the short end of the stick lately. Not only have they been waiting patiently for the HTC One to come to the carrier, they are the last in the line of the major U.