While waiting for Lenovo to obtain all regulatory approvals needed to seize control over Motorola and all its assets, present and future, the creators of the wildly successful Moto G and not as popular X are reportedly cooking up X+1, G2, “Shamu” and… Moto Maxx handhelds.
Berlin’s once low-profile annual IFA electronics trade show has greatly gained in public visibility of late, thanks to product announcements from key mobile players like Sony and Huawei, which are expected to unveil something special this September too.
A fresh Sony Xperia Z3 Compact-centric report has emerged out of Asia, clashing with earlier stories that claimed the upcoming compressed flagship will rehash most of Z1 Compact’s hardware instead of noticeably upping the ante.
It looks like LG’s already packed smartphone portfolio is about to get broader, encompassing a gigantic but mid-range take on the G3 in addition to the actual G3, its jumbo-sized, high-end G Pro 2 variant and shrunken G3 Beat, aka G3 s flavor.
Anyone assuming Amazon’s Kindle Fire upgrading cycle would be disturbed by the unveil of the company’s debut Fire Phone is about to be “disappointed”, as a Fire HDX tablet sequel popped up in a benchmark listing right on schedule.
Since it’s been practically established that Google’s Nexus line has a healthy future ahead of it, it’s time to welcome back Nexus 6 rumors, now hinting at a “killer”, gargantuan 5.9-inch model co-manufactured by, surprise, surprise, Motorola.
Lenovo is nearly ready to throw its hat in the Quad HD smartphone ring, although the K920, due to be formally announced on August 5, has a lot more going for it than just an outstanding, somewhat gimmicky display.
The most compelling, rigorous, credible Moto X+1-centric report yet has a bunch of pics showcasing every angle and curve of an alleged pre-production unit likely sporting a 5.1-inch display and clearly rocking a wood rear cover.
Although rumor has it Sony will be barely giving the Xperia Z2 a facelift to come up with a Z3-branded “upgrade”, the unannounced flagship smartphone remains in the spotlight, thanks to newly surfaced photos and FCC certifications.
The leaked photos and details reveal that the Galaxy Alpha might not be as metallic or flagship-like as everyone had hoped.
Sony’s biyearly flagship launch schedule might result in the company’s next flagship being a very minor upgrade over its predecessor.
Supply chain issues might be the cause for a limited launch of Samsung’s supposed metallic flagship, according to the Korean media.
Nvidia’s latest Shield device will offer features like a low price tag, powerful hardware, and more than 400 optimized games, including graphics-heavy console titles like Trine.
The Mi 4 follows Xiaomi’s tradition of offering solid high-end hardware at rock bottom prices.
A perennial admirer of plastic gadgets despite wide public criticism, Samsung could be pushed by recent tepid sales numbers to adopt a metallic design for its looming Galaxy Note 4, perhaps in a groundbreaking flexible display combination.
HTC is in dire need of a “hero” device to put its financials back on track, and according to newly surfaced speculation, a slew of tablets, selfie-centric handheld and high-end Windows Phone may contend for the savior role.
If you thought Nvidia spilled the beans last week, when the first press render of the unannounced Shield Tablet made its way online, wait until you hear about all the info that just came to light, including an exhaustive spec sheet and precise US launch date.
The sequel to Motorola’s best-selling Moto G will reportedly feature a similar design and slightly upgraded hardware.
The leaked render suggests HTC has opted for a simple design for its first smartwatch, unlike its high-quality Android smartphone lineup.
The UV sensor on Samsung’s next phablet flagship will reportedly notify users when they are in danger of damaging their skin after measuring the sun’s UV level.