During RIM’s darkest hour in 2012, one Silicon Valley investor was putting together a bid to take the company private and save Blackberry with an all-star developer team.
Bigger is better. It’s a creed that most Android smartphone manufacturers have taken for granted for a while now, but that companies like Nokia didn’t seem to be very fond of. Well, that’s all about to change, since the Finns have recently unveiled the 4.7-inch Lumia 625 and are reportedly working on a 5.2-inch 825.
Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Mega 6.3 will soon be making its way to Canada, bringing along a large tablet-like screen with LTE connectivity and all the wizardry of Samsung’s TouchWiz skin atop Android 4.2.2.
No matter if you like Windows Phone or not, if you’re rooting for it to grow and become solid competition for Android or you reckon the smartphone market will thrive on a Google – Apple duopoly, you can’t deny Microsoft’s platform is almost exclusively Nokia’s territory at the moment.
HTC’s chief marketing officer Ben Ho has confirmed that the HTC One Max, or “a variant of HTC’s flagship One series,” will be launching sometime in the fourth quarter of 2013, along with two or three mid-tier Desire handsets.
Here we thought time travel wasn’t invented yet, and BlackBerry has gone ahead and proven us wrong by announcing the BlackBerry 9720, a BlackBerry OS 7.1 phone with a hardware QWERTY keyboard.
The Amber update for Nokia Lumia devices has been ready to go for quite some time but hasn’t seen a release yet. That could change by the end of this month though, if rumors are to be believed.
Rumors regarding highly anticipated devices such as Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 might be a dime a dozen, especially with less than a month left to its formal intro, but when a website with Sam Mobile’s track record publishes a spec sheet based on a trusted insider’s tip, we have to listen up.
Show of hands, who here has ever heard of the LG Optimus Vu 2? How about the first-gen device? Maybe the LG Intuition? No one? Didn’t think so. And yet a Vu 3 is reportedly in the works and due to be made official come next month’s IFA tech expo.
Following the official release of the Exynos 5420 Octa two weeks ago, Samsung has released more details and features of the new chipset.
People will do anything to score free smartphones, including coming up with ways to (accidentally) hurt each other.
Blackberry is pondering a sale to a private equity firm, but Canada’s government may step in the way of a smooth transaction.
Pictures of what is purportedly the green back shell of the upcoming iPhone 5C have surfaced online, backing rumors that the cheaper iPhone will be made available in a variety of colors.
ZTE will be launching its first Firefox OS Phone, the ZTE Open, in the U.S. and U.K on its official eBay store this week, giving interested buyers a chance to try out the new OS on low-end specs that cost only $80/£60.
Dual SIM phones are common in both China and India, but the latter doesn’t usually get dual SIM variants of flagship phones. That’s changing with the HTC One though, as its dual SIM variant has been quietly launched in India.
With the iPhone 4S being introduced to the world on October 4, 2011 and its follow-up, the iPhone 5, seeing daylight September 12, 2012, it was always fairly predictable Apple will be looking to throw a new smartphone in the ring no sooner than August 2013 and no later than October.
Though we’re likely more than three weeks away from the big Samsung Galaxy Note 3 unveiling, the next-gen phablet is becoming less of a question mark by the day.
A “non-final” press render of the HTC One Max has been leaked, once again confirming HTC’s plans to launch a gigantic One to go up against Samsung’s Galaxy Note III and Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra.
An anonymous tipster suggests that Nokia will be announcing its first Windows 8 tablet sometime in September, followed by an unveiling of its Lumia phablet in November.
Big day today for Asus as far as media attention goes, with a large chunk of the company’s near future plans revealed courtesy of two subsequent leaks. The Taiwanese are reportedly working on a follow-up to Samsung’s Nexus 10, plus an array of 100% self-branded phones and tabs.