A new report leads us to believe that the upcoming Galaxy Note III phablet by Samsung will use Qualcomm’s unreleased but powerful Snapdragon 800 chipset.
Apple has patented technology for the iPhone that will automatically adjust the speaker volume depending on how close the device is to the user.
The soon to be unveiled Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 and Galaxy Ace 3 now have almost complete rumored spec sheets. In a nutshell, the two gadgets don't look spectacular, being minor updates over their predecessors.
Being the world's largest phone manufacturer, as well as the most prominent figure driving the Android ecosystem full steam ahead, what future does the alternative to Android (namely Tizen) hold for this Korean giant?
Actwell i6000 (world’s first 6.5-inch Full HD phablet) graciously poses for the camera, pricing still unknown
The Actwell i6000's first real photos have emerged online, making the 6.5-inch Full HD phablet distinguish itself from the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The spec sheet is no longer a question mark, but pricing remains a mystery.
After teasing everyone for a rather long time, the white Nexus 4 is now official and will go on sale starting as soon as 29th May, i.e. tomorrow.
According to an LG executive, the company is looking to get back in the Android tablet game in the near future. As for smartphone plans, these apparently include a Firefox OS-based handheld, but no device sporting a flexible screen.
According to a new Digitimes scoop, HTC is planning to launch one or several smartphones made of Liquidmetal by the end of 2013. These will likely be virtually unbreakable and highly resistant to corrosion and scratches.
The European Union is investigating Apple over alleged anti-competitive practices in relation to sales of its popular iPhone range.
USPTO has granted Samsung a patent for a fingerprint sensor to be fitted in the home buttons of upcoming Galaxy smartphones. The question now is will the technology be introduced with the Note 3 or Galaxy S5?
Samsung has scheduled a mysterious "Premiere" event for June 20 in London. Several Galaxy and ATIV devices could be announced on that day, including the Galaxy S4 Mini, Active, Zoom and/or Mega.
Where have we seen this before? Actwell i6000 could be the world’s first 6.5 inch 1080p phablet with a stylus
Chinese OEM Actwell might release a new phablet, which will end up holding the title of the world's first 6.5 inch plablet with a 1080p display.
According to several trustworthy sources, HTC is currently working on a "phablet" going by the codename T6. The device could sport a 6-inch screen, but nothing else is known about it at this time.
An unreleased Pantech smartphone carrying the model number IM-A880 has been spotted in a series of AnTuTu benchmark scoring around 30,000 points. The beast is likely packing one of Qualcomm's spanking new Snapdragon 800 processors.
The upcoming Galaxy S4 Mini is all but official as Samsung themselves confirmed the existence of S4 Mini… in their very own Samsung apps website.
Nokia plans to introduce a Superman-branded limited edition version of their newest Lumia 925. Perhaps the superhero could supercharge sales as well.
Chinese smartphone maker Mlais has launched one of the first few Mediatek MT6589T powered smartphones. Introducing the Mlais MX58t Pro.
The Chinese-based electronics corporation Lenovo Group Limited recently announced that they would be entering into the highly competitive U.S. market inside with their own line of smartphones. In 2012 Lenovo was ranked the world’s second-largest vendor of personal computers by sales in the world and only recently began trying to sell their smartphones outside of
Android Police has released press shots of the often-rumored white Nexus 4. Could this be a sign that the release is near?
HTC looks ready to roll out their Windows Phone 8X and 8S updates which look to push a few of the system apps a version ahead.