There aren’t enough smartphones out there aimed at appealing to the ladies (or the men) who like the color pink. This one has you covered and doesn’t skimp on the rest.
The wait for Android updates is something all users not using Nexus devices can relate to and there’s been a bit of confusion for HTC One users recently. HTC has taken the time to clarify the matter.
Popular Indian smartphone brand Micromax is gearing up to release the next iteration of their hit Canvas series of Android phones, the Micromax Canvas 4.
Today’s LTE networks in the US barely live up to the original parameters that were set of this standard. LTE Advanced hopes to change that, and Samsung will be ready for this change with the world’s first 4G LTE-A compatible phone, a Galaxy S4 variant
As rumors of Snapdragon 800-based devices grow in intensity and number by the day, reports concerning possible gadgets with Nvidia’s Tegra 4 chipset inside seem to be oddly quieting down. Still, the first phone running on Tegra 4 might have been spotted mere hours ago.
Sony’s Xperia i1 Honami is the company’s upcoming flagship Smartphone scheduled for the 2H of 2013. To be introduced after the phablet Xperia ZU (Togari), Honami will combine the best of Sony in a solid 5-inch display bearing package.
Oppo Find 5’s follow-up, likely called Find 7 (no idea what happened with the 6), is back in the rumor mill, following a month of peace and quiet. The thing is even more impressive than before, being tipped to pack a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and… 4,000 mAh battery.
Samsung begins mass production of first PCIe SSD for Ultrabooks, up to 2.5x times faster than SATA SSDs
Thought current SATA based SSDs were screaming fast? Just to pop your bubble, Samsung has begun mass production of the world’s first PCIe-based SSD tailored specifically for Ultrabooks, which promises to bring screaming fast data transfer rates like never before.
Though we’re yet to see a single phone packing Snapdragon 800 heat become official, several such gadgets have been benchmarked of late, previewing what could turn out to be an avalanche of unveilings. The latest “beast” to join the party is a mysterious Sony Xperia handheld.
A new benchmark on GFXBench reveals a quad-core Lumia in the works. Will Windows Phone finally embrace the power of 4 cores?
The US based wireless provider most known for offering unsubsidized phones and month to month plans will soon be getting two new devices, one from Samsung and one from HTC. Both being Windows Phones.
Here’s something to watch, a beautiful iPhone 5S concept render video that shows off a very probable design with a larger display but smaller body.
The entry-level HTC Desire 200 gets leaked ahead of its official launch. Read on for more information on the Desire 200.
Chinese company Oppo will offer a limited edition red colored version of their flagship Find 5 Android Smartphone.
The leaked prototypes of the Nokia EOS 41 MP bearing Smartphone may well be under production, aiming for an early July release.
A new report suggests that Nokia is working on multiple phablets to add to their Lumia line up. Also in the works is a low-cost version of the popular Lumia 920. Image credits: Neowin.net
Motorola Moto X has been leaked by serial leak tweeter @evleaks, 720p display and dual-core processor under the hood.
LG officially unveiled their budget oriented Optimus L4 II 3.8-inch Smartphone running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The long-awaited Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for the Sony Xperia Z has been leaked. Also, we have the first screenshots of the leaked firmware showing off Sony’s Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean UI.
If you’re pining for an Android device that isn’t as big as the behemoths that have been launching as of late, Acer might have you covered with their upcoming smartphone.