Images of Nokia’s upcoming entry-level Android device Nokia X leak.
The Acer Liquid E3 is similar in hardware to the Moto G, but comes with better cameras.
Xiaomi is set to launch the Mi 3 smartphone to the Singaporean market this March.
Samsung is set to launch a trio of mid-range handsets soon.
BlackBerry’s Z3, codenamed Jakarta, is a device that is aimed at the emerging markets, and will be available for under $200.
Two different versions of the Galaxy S5 have leaked today, one with a full-HD screen and the other with a QHD display.
Japanese mobile device peripheral and accessory distributor Hamee introduce smartphone and tablet stands that feature ninjas in action.
BlackBerry’s staging a comeback, there’s no question about it, as rumors of multiple future handhelds, both low-end and (extremely) high-end, are gaining credibility.
No one can be sure of anything so early in iPhone 6’s production process, but reports are piling up to nearly set in stone two large-screen versions, a 4.7 and 5.5 incher.
LG’s answer to the Galaxy Note 3 looks like an oversized G2, and comes with high-end hardware.
LG is the latest manufacturer to launch a mini version of its handset, and will officially unveil the G2 Mini at the Mobile World Congress in ten days’ time.
Chinese media is today raving about Nokia’s future Android plans, as unnamed sources “on the inside” suggest the Normandy will be followed by several other handhelds based on Google’s mobile OS, the first of which might land as soon as May.
Making good on its recent promise of refocusing on entry-level and mid-range handhelds in the near future, HTC is reportedly hard at work on a 5.5-inch plastic-made phablet dubbed Desire 8.
The next-generation iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5 are set to feature zero-bezel screens, in addition to finger scanners that are embedded into the corners of the screen.
There’s still a lot of mystery hovering over Samsung’s soon-to-be-announced Galaxy S5, but it’s a near certainty two (very) different models will go official at the Mobile World Congress later this month.
Though LG is yet to announce or confirm its existence in any way, the G2 mini may have earned both FCC and Bluetooth SIG’s blessings, likely in anticipation of a formal debut at the Mobile World Congress.
Aside from the nearly confirmed sub-$200 “Jakarta”, BlackBerry may have something else in the pipeline, namely a mystery device codenamed “Ontario” and set to finally go all-in on hardware.
Samsung’s Windows Phone comeback is nearly official, as the Verizon-bound SM-W750V (aka Huron) has recently picked up regulatory approval from the FCC.
Asus unveiled the ZenFone line of mobile devices back at the Consumer Electronics Show last month and are expected sometime this quarter.
When LG first revealed the G Pro 2 was to roll out in February, everybody assumed the formal debut would happen in the month’s closing days, during Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress, but now comes word it’s all going down next week.