Droid Daily 11/12/12: HTC DLX, Nexus 4, Google Music, Xperia T, and More

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Sony Xperia T heading to Rogers, Canada

Announced today, the Xperia T (a.k.a James Bond phone) will be available from Rogers for $99.99 on contract or $525 full price. Which is about normal pricing for a "flagship" device these days.

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HTC DLX heading to Asia for December Debut?

The HTC Droid DNA which is going to be officially announced tomorrow, had been rumored as the HTC DLX for a while. Now it appears the device will be making an Asian appearance come December.

T-Mobile Nexus 4 Won't support Wifi Calling

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Well duh. The Nexus 4, even the one from T-Mobile stores will only feature what is in AOSP. Which means no wifi calling. Even though T-Mobile posted instructions on how to enable it earlier today.

Google Music updates to v4.4.811H

Google Play Music got updated today, bringing it version 4.4.811H and brought Gapless Playback, Instant mixes and more. Check it out on the Play Store.

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Google shocks us again with a $200 Chromebook from Acer

The Acer C7 Chromebook was announced today. And will be available starting tomorrow for just $199. How low can Google go with these prices?

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Nexus 7 8GB for $160 at Staples Stores

Shortly before the 32GB Nexus 7 was officially announced, the 8GB version sold out on Google Play and basically vanished, until today. It's now being sold at Staples for just $160. So if you're looking for a cheap, quality tablet, here ya go.

Red Galaxy S3, and Galaxy Ace 2 X coming to TELUS, Canada

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Canadian carrier, TELUS is set to launch the Garnet Red Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Ace 2 X. Check out the screenshot above.