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Check Out our Holiday Gift Guide for 2012!
We’re nearing the end of 2012, and you know what that means: The Holiday Season is right around the corner! While you may find yourself with a few unfashionable sweaters, a tie you’ll never wear, and some unwanted fruit cake at the end of the season, we know what you’re really after—mobile technology. Don’t worry, though. We’re here to help you pick out something nice for yourself and your technologically-inclined loved ones.
In order to help you pick between some of the fantastic options, we’ve put together a Holiday Gift Guide with what we consider to be some of the best tech toys of 2012. In our guide, we cover what we consider to be the best Android Apps, OEM, “Other” Device, Windows Phone, Android Phone, and Android Tablet of the year. And given that this is XDA-Developers, we even covered the most hackable Android phones and Tablets of the year.
What are you waiting for? Access our entire Holiday Guide 2012 by clicking the links below!
- Android Apps / Utilities of the Year
- OEM of the Year
- Best “Other” Device
- Best Windows Phone
- Most Hackable Phone
- Most Hackable Tablet
- Best Android Phone
- Best Android Tablet
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