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Rumors on the rugged Samsung Galaxy S 4 emerged a few weeks ago, but Samsung is still mum on the upcoming device. Nokia has recently launched its next Windows Phone high-end devices, the Lumia 925. Unfortunately, only the 16GB version of the smartphone is available in the United States, which might be disappointing for Windows Phone fans. Google has just released a new beta version of its Chrome browser for Android devices. The latest version includes some bug fixes and improvements meant to further enhance user browser experience. Taiwanese handset maker HTC has already launched a handful of Android smartphones in Asia that will not be available in other regions, such as Desire P and Q. As expected, Finnish company Jolla has just revealed its first smartphone, which is set to arrive on the market by the end of 2013. We reported last week that Sony planned to launch the Xperia UL and now it looks like the Japanese handset maker has made it official. With more than 100 million downloads on Google Play, WhatsApp Messenger is one of the most popular Android applications available on the market. Samsung has already confirmed that it will bring its flagship smartphone’s software on the Galaxy S III, though details on the exact release date of the update are scarce. Virgin Mobile USA customers that still own the Samsung Galaxy Reverb will be happy to know the carrier is now offering an Android 4. One of the most popular messaging applications for Android devices, Viber has been recently updated with some bug fixes.