Nokia World is showing off a bunch of new phones, Walmart is teaming with T-Mobile to offer their own branded plan, Canon introduces the G12 camera and the RED One Mysterium X is now offered to everyone.
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Nokia has introduced a bunch of new phones at Nokia World this week. The N8 brings a touch screen and 12 megapixel camera (as well as a second camera for video calls), the C6 and C7 both have 8 megapixel cameras and the ability to capture 720p video, and the E7 is being positioned as the "ultimate business smartphone".
Walmart's been selling phones for a while, and now, with the help of T-Mobile, they are offering their own branded service plan. The Walmart Family Mobile plan will give you unlimited voice and texts for $45 a month, with no contract and no early termination fees.
Canon's bringing increased video quality and an HDR mode to their new G12 camera, which will arrive in October for $499.
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Panasonic is bringing Micro Four Thirds to the camcorder form factor, but at a cost. This model will run you just under $10,000 without lenses.