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Voice calling is something we're all very familiar with. Likewise, video chat, while significantly newer, is still something of a known commodity. What you haven't been able to do is mix the two on the fly — until now.


Worried that you've missed the best announcements from MWC 2012? Worry no more, because here is a roundup of the phone and tablet news from this week, including local coverage, that you should know about immediately. Chop chop.


Asus is on a roll with its rebranded ‘Transformer Pads' tablet line, pushing out yet another version. The Infinity series takes the Prime and runs with it, packing either a Tegra 3 or a Snapdragon S4 and a 10.1-inch full-HD screen.


Forgive our capitals explosion, but we're a little shocked right now. Nokia just announced a cameraphone with a 41P sensor. FORTY-ONE MEGAPIXELS. Naturally Nokia's sticking with Carl Zeiss lenses, but that 41MP camera can shoot 7728 x 5354 photos in 16:9 format, or if you prefer 4:3, in 7152 x 5368. There's just one thing: It runs Symbian.