We're in a part of the year where the world is waiting for some big new phones to hit stores (Samsung Galaxy S 4, BlackBerry Q10), while eagerly lapping up the drip-drip-drip of rumours about others (iPhone 5S).
So it makes sense that those three devices feature in our top stories of the week.
Here then, are our five most popular stories, ranked in order of clicks:
1. iPhone 5S might have a 12-megapixel camera
Most popular over the last seven days was our story about the iPhone 5S (which may or may not exist) and the rumours that it will pack a 12-megapixel camera with a lower aperture to improve night and low light shooting.
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2. Samsung Galaxy S 4 hands-on review
We went to New York earlier in the year to be part of Samsung's big Galaxy S 4 launch, and it was worth every minute of jet lag. We had a long play with the new superphone and wrote this hands-on review. We'll have a full review, where we live with the phone as if it was our own, very soon.
3. Vodafone gives BlackBerry Q10 details
Since the BlackBerry Z10 arrived and underwhelmed, we have been looking forward to seeing whether the Q10 will fare any better. Network Vodafone has said that it will have the 4G-ready Q10 from 26 April, with a contract costing a minimum of £37 per month.
4. Updates for the Nokia Lumia 620, 820 and 920
If you have been experiencing issues with your new Windows Phone 8 Nokia's, help is on the way. The Finnish firm has announced that it will be pushing out updates and fixes for the Lumia 620, 820 and 920, which will offer improved automatic display brightness adjustment, a fix for intermittent screen blanking during calls, camera issues and problems with weird reboots.
5. Samsung Galaxy Mega launches
Two more phones from Samsung that push the limits of what size a smartphone can be. These two phones are not as high-spec as the Galaxy S III or Note, but still cram a lot in underneath 5.8 and 6.3-inch screens.
The Mega is due to arrive in the UK in the middle of May.
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