Instead of bringing to light yet another artificial spec buster unable to top the Android food chain for more than a few months, up-and-coming Chinese OEM Oppo has adopted a slightly different strategy for the N1, which is a road-opener in many ways, while in others… it’s fairly mediocre.
Well, what do we have here? The HTC One Max is making yet another appearance in the wild, and this time a few of its camera features have been detailed as well.
Guess who’s back, back again, Goophone’s back, tell a friend. Cheesy opening, I know, but when dealing with the world’s first Apple iPhone 5C clone, manufactured by none other than the king of clones, it just feels right.
And just like that, Asus’ Padfone family, viewed by many as a niche line unable to ever break into the mainstream, has reached the point where it officially consists of four, count’em four members.
The saga of leaks surrounding the HTC One Max continues. The phablet-sized HTC One has appeared in two new leaks that reveal its specs and give us a look at the device from every angle.
Sony Xperia Z2 (aka Avatar) already making the rumor rounds, 540 ppi screen and 3 GB RAM among specs
As the dust is nowhere near settling on Sony’s Xperia Z1 announcement, most folks not very familiar with how things work in the mobile tech industry would say it’s much, much too early to start speculating on the Z2.
A leaked carrier document has confirmed that the Sony Xperia Z1 mini will indeed be the “mini” Android handset with flagship specs that people have been clamoring for.
The HTC One Max refuses to stay away from the spotlight, and the giant handset has posed for the camera yet again, sitting next to the HTC One and its mini cousin.
As a loyal, longstanding fan of the Discovery Channel show “MythBusters”, I’m sad to say I find no pleasure whatsoever in being able to debunk one of the stronger popular beliefs as far as the tech-focused media is concerned.
A Galaxy S4 Active variant powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor is in the news again, with a new report claiming the upgraded model will be launching in Korea next month.
Who says physical QWERTY keyboard-toting handhelds are a thing of the past? Well, essentially everybody that’s somebody in the mobile business nowadays, plus BlackBerry, whose financial troubles may have been caused in part by the company’s stubborn faith in bulky, retro-looking devices not built (solely) around touchscreens.
It’s been a long time since we first heard rumors of smartphones with flexible displays being in the works, numerous prototypes and pre-release models have been demoed and showcased at tech events in the last year or so, but a bendable commercially ready product still seems a thing of the future.
It’s not a secret anymore that top-notch hardware and solid software support are not the only things that sell gadgets nowadays, with marketing and publicity playing a key role in convincing people to buy or pass a certain product.
As much as tech aficionados would have loved to see both the Honami (aka Xperia Z1) and Honami Mini made official during last week’s IFA, the latter skipped the Berlin event so as not to steal its bigger brother’s thunder.
Following Google’s unforeseen announcement of Android 4.4 KitKat, the Nexus 5 floodgates opened once again, far more furiously and apparently with stronger evidence supporting the rumors than ever before.
48 hours. That’s how long it took Amazon to make an unprecedented marketing move and address rumors of the world’s first Kindle smartphone for the first time.
Despite everyone from Sony to LG trying to steal Samsung’s thunder before and during the IFA announcement of the Galaxy Note 3, the third-gen phablet is bound to snatch the most headlines over the next weeks and even months. By a mile.
After many years of playing second fiddle to better marketed and often better equipped smartphones from OEMs such as Apple, Samsung or HTC, Sony is finally looking ready to turn the page and up the ante.
Lenovo kicked off IFA 2013 way ahead of schedule by introducing the world to a heap of new ThinkPad laptops on Tuesday, but you didn’t really think that was it for the OEM and the Berlin expo, did you?
You know how there’s a small tech-focused event going on these days in Berlin, Germany and called IFA? Everybody that’s somebody in the mobile business is there to impress us with “innovations” and “upgrades”, save for Xiaomi, the Chinese OEM that’s recently snatched Hugo Barra from Google.