Nokia’s Android aspirations might be given the boot by Microsoft once its devices business is sold off to the Redmond giant, but it seems it isn’t stopping the Finns from continuing to test the Nokia X (aka Normandy.)
Closely following the Galaxy Note 3, the Galaxy S4 LTE-A has started getting the Android 4.4 treatment, with nine other Samsung devices allegedly waiting for soon-to-happen KitKat makeovers.
Google has quietly launched the red Nexus 5 on the Play Store, following a week of constant rumors and leaks surrounding the new color option.
LG continues to gradually trickle out official information on the upcoming G Pro 2 smartphone, which is poised to debut later this month touting a 13 MP rear-facing camera with a number of neat tricks up its sleeve.
Samsung is set to hold an unpacked event during Mobile World Congress, but the rumor mill isn’t so sure what the company will launch
A reputable Korea-based stock brokerage/investment banking firm is the latest source to try to pinpoint the list of features of Apple and Samsung’s upcoming iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5, painting both handhelds fairly idyllic pictures.
Sprint looks to have won the US race for fastest carrier to certify Android 4.4 for HTC One, whereas in Canada the all-metal 4.7-inch phone is being upgraded to KitKat as we speak on all major wireless networks.
Google might launch the red version of the Nexus 5 by February 4, with a yellow color variant likely in the works.
Samsung’s alleged next Windows Phone 8 effort, model numbered SM-W750V, may revolutionize the mobile market as we know it, sporting a 4.3-inch Full HD display with unequaled pixel density.
Following a recent bundle of leaks, Galaxy Note 3 Neo’s formal announcement looked like a mere formality, so Samsung finally decided to go for it, but not make a huge fuss about it.
Oppo’s N1 is the latest handset launched by a Chinese manufacturer in India. With more handsets set to launch soon, local vendors should be worried.
As the latest in a lingering string of Samsung Galaxy S5 speculation, Twitter leak master @evleaks has allegedly unearthed conclusive evidence confirming the phone’s name, screen resolution and fingerprint support.
Less than 24 hours after Google made Motorola’s unloading to Lenovo official, the first rumors of how exactly the Chinese intend to use the new assets and connections to their advantage have surfaced, pointing to an imminent Lenovo-built Nexus.
Google has sold off Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for $2.91 billion in cash and stock.
In the latest installment of the seemingly never-ending Samsung Galaxy S5 rumor saga, we take a look at a vast list of purported model numbers, as well as fresh evidence concerning camera performance and display resolution.
According to numerous recent reports, Sony has at least one high-end phone and a top-notch tab prepped for February introductions, both of which may have received FCC’s blessing with US-friendly 4G LTE support.
The oft-rumored and oft-delayed first Samsung device to run Tizen may have slipped to the press in a couple of unofficial images, and will allegedly tout either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC, or an Intel Merrifield.
The G Pro 2 might feature rear mounted buttons similar to those seen on the LG G2.
The Galaxy Grand Neo is a mid-range device that comes with entry-level hardware.
Notorious and somewhat controversial Russian tech journalist Eldar Murtazin is back in the spotlight after making some interesting claims regarding Galaxy S5’s ETA, now suggesting Google’s Nexus line has a very feeble future.