Vodafone UK has earlier today unveiled one of the most modest Android smartphones in the world, which just happens to be one of the cheapest as well. Read on for the full pricing details and the thing’s (lackluster) spec sheet.
After making an appearance in a questionable AnTuTu benchmark, the alleged Samsung Galaxy S4 packing a Snapdragon 800 CPU (model number SHV-E330) has been DLNA certified, which not only means it’s real, but it could be released soon.
Samsung goes official with their 10x optical zoom capable camera phone. Dubbed the Galaxy S4 Zoom, the new device is virtually a Galaxy S4 Mini with the camera slapped on its back.
Who’s ready for a new round of HTC-related rumors? The Butterfly S and One Mini (aka M4) are in the spotlight… again, as reputable sources around the web reveal new, trustworthy details about them.
With the rumored announcement of the Xperia ZU (U for Ultra) aka Togari phablet just round the corner (June 25), our sources have fed us with some fresh insider info. To know more, read on.
Nokia, the once formidable, seemingly unbeatable phone maker has entangled itself up with Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform full-time now. Even then, the Finnish company says last goodbyes to its last shipment of Symbian powered phones, the same OS that brought them greatness and then ultimately lead to the company’s downfall.
Bad news for owners of the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II, the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for your phones has been delayed by an uncertain amount of time.
Huawei’s upcoming Ascend P6 has regularly been in the news for the past many days and for all the right reasons. The newest one reveals its price and let me tell you, it’s very damn tempting.
BlackBerry Q10’s slightly more modest brother, the Q5, is now available for UK pre-orders via online retailer Unlocked-Mobiles. The price is set at a fairly steep £349.98 including VAT, which translates into around €410 or $545.
A little not-so-hard-to-notice but you-still-did-not-notice fact from Apple’s WDDC 2013 conference, the company showcased all the iOS 7 demos on a White iPhone instead of the usual Black iPhone. Has Cupertino come to like the color of peace more than it did before? Even Apple’s official press shot agrees with Business Insider’s report
Chinese phone maker JiaYu is working hard at their first true high-end smartphone. Dubbed the JiaYu S1, a leaked AnTuTu benchmarks suggest the use of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 SoC to power the 5-inch 1080p display.
While Nvidia’s Tegra 4i powered devices won’t hit the market till Q1 2014, it hasn’t stopped Nvidia from promoting their new value oriented platform a couple of times in the past few weeks. Here’s a new one, an actual demo phone with a “Brand” branding on it.
The rumors are piling up concerning Huawei’s super-slim Ascend P6, expected to be unveiled in a week, but that’s not the only phone the Chinese have in the pipeline.
Just as hope started to fade away, AT&T users of the original Samsung Galaxy S2 (model number SGH-I777) are being treated to the much awaited and oft-delayed Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade.
HTC is working on a new Windows Phone 8 device. Dubbed the HTC Tiara, this mid-ranger was subject to a leaked press shot earlier today.
So you thought Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 was huge, eh? Well, wait till you get ahold of the GNote 3, supposedly spied on for the second time in the span of just 24 hours.
HTC may unveil the successor to the Droid DNA/Butterfly on June 19th. While the Desire 600 has already been announced, a report suggests that HTC will launch the handset on the aforementioned date. The HTC Butterfly (Droid DNA for Verizon) was one of the first phones with a 1080p display, and HTC’s first 5-inch phablet.
It looks like this summer is the summer of ‘Mini’ Smartphones as yet another smaller version of a flagship device leaks out. Say hello to the Oppo Find 5 Mini. The Oppo Find 5 Mini will be exactly what its name suggests, a ‘Mini’ version of the flagship Smartphone from Chinese phone maker Oppo. Unlike
After reporting a leaked image only yesterday, Samsung goes official with their budget Galaxy Ace 3 Smartphone.
Alleged prototype of the Galaxy Note III gets caught on camera, has a recognizable Samsung design and is of course, huge. Samsung is almost ready to unveil the successor to their best-selling phablet flagship from 2012. The Galaxy Note III is almost upon us and promises to be faster, bigger and meaner (to competition) than ever