Though unannounced and unreleased, HTC’s biggest and baddest phone yet, the One Max, is already shaping up to be a lemon for speed addicts.
Amazon is refreshing its tablet lineup with the Kindle Fire HDX. Coming in both 7 and 8.9-inch varieties, the new Kindle is all poised to give the iPad serious competition thanks to top-of-the-line specs and insanely low prices.
As many ties the undisputed king of mobile technology leaks, Evleaks, might have in many different branches of this scenery, it surely seems like he always knows Nokia’s plans best. It’s as if he’s working there. Might he be working there undercover?
LG announced its latest device in the Vu series, the Vu 3. The device features Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 and a 5.2-inch 720p display.
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.
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.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! After cheekily smiling to the camera several times, Nokia’s Lumia 1520, also known as “Bandit” (old habits die hard), has been slapped with a probable unveiling date just a few hours ago and now has even more details attached to its name.
Amazon’s upcoming second-generation Kindle Fire HD 7″ has been laid out in the open in leaked pictures, revealing a new design and a full HD display.
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.
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.
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.
Looks like someone at Sony made a blunder of catastrophic proportions with mere hours to go until maybe the company’s biggest smartphone unveiling to date. Not that the Xperia Z1 (aka Honami) was much of a mystery before today.
For an OEM that’s not very much used to media attention or online buzz, Oppo sure knows how to build solid hype ahead of the N1 unveiling. And it does so aided by official marketing tools, such as the company’s Facebook, Google+ or YouTube accounts, which is even more commendable.
Acer unveiled the six-inch Liquid S2 at the IFA today. The mobile features high-end hardware and comes with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 800 chip.
VR-Zone had a chat with Qualcomm’s Senior Vice President of Product Management Raj Talluri about trends in the mobile sector.
When it rains, it pours. Rumors of an Asus PadFone Infinity sequel were timidly floating around a couple of months ago, though there was no mention of such a thing in that leaked roadmap from early August, and now the mysterious gadget has at last exploded into the mainstream media.
At a press event Thursday in Taipei, LG announced its new flagship phone G2 will be available for sale starting this October. Pre-order will start as early as September.
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.