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Droid Daily 8/5/13: Sony Xperia Z Ultra, NFL Mobile, Galaxy S4 Mini and More

August 5, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

HTC One Mini for AT&T Hits the FCC

Over the weekend, the HTC One Mini destined for AT&T quietly passed through the FCC. We believe it’s for AT&T since it uses all of their bands and does not include all of T-Mobile’s, and it’s also a GSM version which rules out Verizon and Sprint.

Galaxy S4 Mini Headed to Verizon?

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The Galaxy S4 Mini is a rather “mid-range” phone, at least in my opinion. With it’s 4.3-inch qHD display, it also has about 8GB of storage compared to the Galaxy S4’s 8GB. Other than that the Mini brings many of the same features as it’s big brother. It also appears to be heading to Verizon very soon.

Moto X hits Pre-Order at Best Buy

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The Moto X is currently available for Pre-Order at Best Buy for Verizon, AT&T and Sprint. Pricing starts at $199.99 with a new 2-year contract. We still have no idea when the Moto X will officially launch, but at least you can get your pre-order’s in.

NFL Mobile Gets updated from version 3.7 to 8.0

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NFL Mobile just got updated today and received a major bump in version numbers. So what’s new? Well the big thing is that it blocks rooted users now. Here’s the full changelog from Google Play:

What’s New

The redesigned NFL Mobile app includes all-new features that bring more football to your Android smartphone and tablet:

VIDEO ON DEMAND- Expanded video content and game highlights let you see more of the action

FOLLOW YOUR FAVORITE TEAM – Custom alerts from your favorite team updates you on highlights, game start time, injuries, entry into the red zone, and scoring plays

SessionM – mPOINTS were removed but can be redeemed via other SessionM applications. Visit http://getmpoints.com/

Sony Releases Source Code for the Xperia Z Ultra

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You know that huge phone that Sony announced not too long ago? Yeah, the Xperia Z Ultra. Well they’ve just released the source code for the device, it’s actually not that big of a download, only 228MB.