Purported photos of the HTC One Max have leaked, showing off what looks like a rather large version of the HTC One, complete with a unibody design and dual frontal speakers.
Apple isn’t dominating the smartphone business like it did in the past, but iPads are still ‘in’ and soon there may be a 13-inch iPad thrown into the mix to keep things fresh for consumers.
The world’s biggest phone, and Sony Mobile’s newest wonder device, the Xperia Z Ultra, will be launched in the UK on September 13 for a cool £599.
HTC’s long rumored T6 phablet, dubbed by fresh reports as the HTC One Max, will reportedly pack a massive 6-inch 1080p display and will go head-to-head with the Samsung Galaxy Note III (and most probably emerge as the better phone).
The next-generation Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Nexus 7 successor both have received certification in Indonesia, further confirming that both devices should launch really soon, within the next two months if our calculations are correct.
Ever wondered what it would be like to use a 7-inch sized mobile phone? We pick up the Asus FonePad and take it for test drive to see how it fares in the practicality department.
A new report says that Samsung is yet to finalize the hardware specifications of their upcoming Galaxy Note III phablet flagship.
Nokia has to move quickly and efficiently if it wants to catch up to competitors and regain lost grounds, but its current line of Lumia handsets just aren’t cutting it in a world dominated by Android and iOS. Phablets, however, are growing in popularity, so could a 6+ inch Nokia Lumia phablet be coming over
Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra has no doubt left a deep impact amongst the consumers. People who previously thought that 5.5-inch phones were huge are now considering to purchase this 6.44-inch monster. Here’s Sony’s new ad that shows off productivity using the new Xperia Z Ultra.
A new report confidently states that Samsung will formally unveil their next-generation Galaxy Note III with a 5.7-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display on September 4, two days before the kick-off of IFA 2013.
If Apple is willing to dumb down its iPad by making a ‘mini’ then there’s a possibility that an iPhone with a 5+ inch display is also around the corner. For phablet aficionados, a tiny 5-inch screen probably won’t be enough, so how about an iPhone with a 5.7-inch display?
Freshly leaked images gives us a first glimpse of the Galaxy Note III from the front, and guess what, it looks a lot like the Galaxy S4, only with a slightly enhanced design with thinner bezels. A render of the Galaxy Note III, looks pretty accurate to me
Leaked image of the Samsung Galaxy Note III shows of the thin bezel of the upcoming 5.99-inch phablet.
Here are the first screenshots of the Sony Xperia ZU Togari phablet UI, running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
AT&T cellular subscribers looking forward owning Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 won’t have to wait much longer as the device has hit the FCC and will be available soon.
Beijing based startup GEAK has had a busy week, with the launch of China’s (and possibly the world’s) first real Smartwatch alongside the launch of two budget priced phones.
A new press invite image by Sony reveals what looks to be the Xperia Z Ultra. Here’s our analysis. Translation: “Sony Mobile reserves a big surprise for you“
With the rumored announcement of the Xperia ZU (U for Ultra) aka Togari phablet just round the corner (June 25), our sources have fed us with some fresh insider info. To know more, read on.
Our insiders passed along some spicy news related to the upcoming Sony Togari phablet, or should we say the Xperia ZU. Sony Xperia ZU will be the company’s first phablet ever. Going by the internal code name of Togari, our sources today confirmed that the name Xperia ZU is final. Along with that, they had
The ridiculously large-screen Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is now available from various retailers, both in the U.S. as well as the U.K.