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A few days ago, AT&T announced that it would start selling an LTE-capable version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Samsung’s brand new smartphone- camera hybrid, the Galaxy S4 Zoom, will only be available starting later this summer. Oppo’s next flagship Android smartphone will apparently be called Find 7. This will be the successor to the Find 5 that was announced last year (and is pictured below). Samsung’s Mobile Chief J.K. Shin has confirmed that a Galaxy S4 version with support for LTE Advanced would be released in South Korea soon, possibly before the end of June. Here’s an unannounced HTC Android smartphone that’s going to be very cheap when it launches later this year: the Desire 200. Earlier this month, when Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 and Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, it only showed the tablets in white color versions. Expected to go on sale in July, Google’s next-generation Nexus 7 tablet has seemingly appeared in a photo over at the Bluetooth SIG. Yesterday, ZTE’s Open smartphone was approved by the FCC, and today Alcatel’s Firefox OS-based smartphone – the OneTouch Fire – has been also approved. While HTC has yet to announce its One Mini (also known as HTC M4), we know quite a lot about it, as we’ve seen it several times in leaked photos. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini has now popped up for pre-order at two operators in the UK, Omio reports. Both Orange and T-Mobile are offering you the chance to be among the first people in the UK to get the S4 Mini on contract.