The “true” octa-core Glory 4 (aka Honor 4) is not the only high-end handheld Huawei has in the pipeline, as the Ascend Mate 2 has been given Tenaa’s blessing, being therefore due for a China launch over the next few months.
Asus has been known to dabble in the world of hybrids, both capable of switching between smartphone and tablet modes and change appearance from tab to laptop, but their next family of devices looks a tad more on the conventional side of things.
One of two existing curved display smartphones and the sole representative of the race that actually bends, LG’s G Flex, is closer and closer of seeing daylight stateside.
The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is sold as a smartphone, but with a 6.4-inch display, it borders dangerously close to tablet territory.
We didn’t really need further confirmation a larger than before 12-inch Samsung Galaxy Note was in the works, what with it making the Bluetooth SIG and benchmarking rounds a couple of days ago, but any info that can help fully solve the puzzle is welcomed.
It may seem a little too early to call it, but it’s so obvious that there’s no point in waiting and keeping Motorola’s hopes up. Sorry, guys, the Moto X is a dud.
We’ve been tracking hints, following leads and pursuing theories on Nokia’s first ever Lumia tablet for what feels like months now and, despite rumors of a last-minute cancelation, there’s a good chance one of the last pieces of the puzzle is today falling into place.
No Snapdragon 800 power, but very advanced fingerprint recognition technology. Uncomfortably large 5.9-inch display, but full-metal body. Overpriced but packing UltraPixel camera and massive battery. That’s the HTC One Max in a nutshell and there’s no use pretending we don’t know all that about it and more.
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.
A few days ago, we caught a first glance at what might be the Nexus 5 in an Android KitKat unveiling video. Today, a device was caught undergoing testing at FCC bearing a model number LG-D820, which might in fact be the Nexus 5.
Just as everyone thought the Sony Xperia Z1 (aka Honami) rumor bonanza was bound to stop, since there appeared to be nothing left unraveled, two reports from China appeared on our doorsteps, bringing nothing really new to the table, but refusing to go unnoticed nevertheless.
Whoa, is LG on a roll or what? Not only are the Koreans believed to be back in the mix for the next-gen Nexus handheld, but they’ve also revealed a magical and record-breaking 2,560 x 1,440 pixels resolution smartphone display a few hours ago.
The appearance of the Sony Xperia i1 Honami at the FCC has confirmed that the smartphone is scheduled for a launch sometime in October, though no other details can be gleaned from the filing owing to Sony’s request to keep everything a secret.
Since the low-end Lumia 520 is currently the most popular Windows Phone 8 device in the world, it seems only logical for Nokia to continue focusing on that particular sector of the smartphone market. On that note, meet the Lumia 625, previously known as “Max”.
A Sony PlayStation 4 dev kit just passed through FCC with a previously unheard of high 2.75 GHz max core clock speed listed in the product description. What clock speed will the CPU finally be set to run at?
Big news for Android enthusiasts that dig a certain aluminum-made phone with 4.7-inch Full HD screen, Boom Sound technology, Snapdragon 600 power and UltraPixel camera, but are yet to put their money where their mouth is.
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.
The Nokia Lumia EOS – previously codenamed Elvis and rumored to be marketed as the Zoom – is all but confirmed already, being most likely equipped with a top-notch 41 MP camera. What you might have not known about the beast is that it’s supposed to be a global device.
The oft-rumored Google/Asus Nexus 7 follow-up may have eluded us both at this year’s I/O and Computex, but its official announcement can’t be delayed much longer since the tablet has been seen getting FCC’s stamp of approval just hours ago.