Since the Galaxy S4 is the current star of Samsung’s Android line-up and Note 3’s launch is around the corner, it’s a little weird to see a GNote 2 clone being launched only now. But hey, some phones are just like wines, getting better with age, so we shouldn’t mind.
The Asian market for Full HD smartphones with incredibly low prices is as crowded as it is competitive nowadays, but there’s still plenty of room for newcomers. Like iBerry’s Auxus Nuclea N1, an impressive looking handheld that will be up for Indian pre-orders in just nine short days.
Given the not yet official Newman K2 phone has appeared on our radar just seven days ago, you could say things are moving very fast for it. True, we’re yet to hear something on the record from Newman, but on the down low we know everything there is to the K2 spec-wise.
While most of you speed addicts wouldn’t even consider giving a chance to any JiaYu phone until hearing more about that Snapdragon 600-powered S1, those that are willing to sacrifice a little to save up money should be ecstatic to hear the G4 Advanced and Youth are finally launching.
The chimerical Moto X (aka Google X Phone) has been a star of the rumor mill for so long that we almost can’t believe we’re finally nearing its official unveiling. What’s even more extraordinary is it doesn’t appear to be flying solo, with a Droid Ultra and M Ultra likely escorting it.
We’re likely about a month away from LG G2’s formal intro, but for some reason the rumor mill’s grinding is increasing in intensity. It’s been literally hours since we heard the beast will come with a record-breaking 3 GB of RAM in tow and now there’s a new report further detailing its specs.
The “Mini” craze has taken over the mobile world, with anyone that’s someone looking to shrink its flagship device to make it accessible to the masses. Samsung has released the Galaxy S4 Mini, HTC is readying the One Mini and ZTE seems to have a Nubia Z5 Mini in the pipeline.
D-Day is approaching fast for LG, who will probably look to introduce the company’s next flagship, the G2, on August 7 in New York. I know, you must be a little confused by LG’s haste to already rehash the Optimus G Pro, only the G2 should be much more than a rehash.
After leaping to the number two spot in Korean smartphone sales ranks, it’s only natural to see Pantech get more bullish on its prospects outside the homeland. Two of the company’s newest gadgets are thus making their way to Taiwan, which could be the first step towards a global charge.
5-inch Full HD phones were rare six or nine months ago, but they can be now found basically at every street corner. Still, it’s not easy to score a 5-incher with an ultra-crisp display, decent processor, cool cameras and low price, so the Uniscope XC2 should grab some of your attention.
Jerry Seinfeld will probably not like this one bit, but Newman is back. Only not as a chubby, conniving, annoying postman, but instead as a very elegant and possibly zippy 5.5-inch smartphone.
Though fairly small and likely possessing minimum financial and human resources, Chinese OEM Cube managed to build a solid reputation last year courtesy of a number of beautiful Android tablets sporting high-res “Retina” displays.
Whoa, where did this thing come from?!? And what exactly is it? Is it real or just a hoax? So many questions, just two photos and a short list of information that can’t really be verified for the time being.
Made official a few days ago, the latest candidate for the “world’s thinnest smartphone” title, the Umeox X5, continues to be a tough nut to crack. When will it come? How much it’ll cost? What other aces does it have up its sleeve besides the 5.6 mm “waist”?
Remember the snazzy-looking Newman N3 phone that was furiously making the rumor rounds mere weeks ago? Apparently, that’s not the only Newman gadget incoming, with a K2 in the pipeline as well.
Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra fascinated us all with its beastly 6.4-inch Full HD screen, enthralled with the promise of Snapdragon 800 heat and enchanted with a massive 3,000 mAh battery, water and dust protection, as well as pencil and stylus support. But it’s probably time to become pragmatic.
One of the biggest stars of the rumor mill these past months, the nearly confirmed HTC One Mini, abruptly disappeared from our radar a couple of weeks back. But now it’s back and here to stay, as the latest word around the block is its release is happening very soon.
What’s more important for you, owning bleeding-edge technology no matter the cost or getting the best money can buy? If your answer is the latter, you might be interested in the ZTE Imperial, US Cellular’s new exclusive phone.
It’s been more than a little while since we last heard of a Fujitsu smartphone breaking cover, but that’s no reason to ignore the Arrows A 202F. Quite on the contrary, as the SoftBank-bound handheld comes with exceptional specs in tow.
THL is a small China-based smartphone manufacturer that most of you didn’t know existed until five seconds ago. Am I right so far? I think I am. And I also think I’m right in saying THL will get its 15 minutes of fame starting… now.