VR-Zone’s Chinese website had the privilege to wield the newly announced Sony Xperia Z Ultra phablet. Here’s a quick run through the hardware and the software (in Chinese).
The recently announced ATIV Q dual-boot (Android and Windows 8) tablet by Samsung brought to us the first ever Core i5 powered Android tablet/hybrid, and boy is the chip breaking records in the ARM dominated mobile world.
Here’s a pair fresh leaked images of a rather large device, unmistakeably the Sony Xperia ZU Togari phablet rumored to be officially announced tomorrow, June 25.
Specifications for a Smartphone don’t just change this late in its development or this close from its imminent release, but it not everyday that evleaks gets it wrong. The latest buzz is that the Galaxy Note III packs a 5.7-inch display, smaller than the originally rumored 5.99-inch panel.
Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin made a tweet that could only lead to one obvious conclusion, that Sony is working on an updated Xperia Z with the SNapdragon 800 SoC inside and is planning to release it soon, perhaps in one of the upcoming events.
Mark your calendars, LG has scheduled a press event for the 7th of August. To be held in New York City, all suspicion goes towards the unveiling of the successor to the popular Optimus G.
Leaked image of the Samsung Galaxy Note III shows of the thin bezel of the upcoming 5.99-inch phablet.
Well, well, well, what have we here? Could it be further proof the Samsung Galaxy S4 variant supporting LTE-Advanced and packing a Snapdragon 800 chip is real? Why, yes, it is.
LG and Qualcomm have jointly announced their collaboration on future Optimus G series Smartphones. You guessed it right, the Optimus G2 is coming, and will be powered by the Snapdragon 800 (aka beast) SoC. LG and Qualcomm jointly announced on Wednesday that the Korean company
LG to begin mass-producing flexible displays in Q4 2013, bring always-on voice command phone in 2014
LG Display has reaffirmed that the company will begin mass-producing flexible displays in the Q4, 2013. Additionally, the company plans to introduce always-on voice command powered phones in 2014.
Here are the first Sony Xperia i1 Honami renders, fresh from the oven. Indulge…
The Surface experiment failed, there’s no question about it anymore, but what remains to be seen is whether Microsoft will look to ditch the tablet market early or give it a second try. At the moment, the latter seems more likely, as second-gen Surface slates are reportedly in the works.
Today’s LTE networks in the US barely live up to the original parameters that were set of this standard. LTE Advanced hopes to change that, and Samsung will be ready for this change with the world’s first 4G LTE-A compatible phone, a Galaxy S4 variant
Sony’s Xperia i1 Honami is the company’s upcoming flagship Smartphone scheduled for the 2H of 2013. To be introduced after the phablet Xperia ZU (Togari), Honami will combine the best of Sony in a solid 5-inch display bearing package.
Oppo Find 5’s follow-up, likely called Find 7 (no idea what happened with the 6), is back in the rumor mill, following a month of peace and quiet. The thing is even more impressive than before, being tipped to pack a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and… 4,000 mAh battery.
Though we’re yet to see a single phone packing Snapdragon 800 heat become official, several such gadgets have been benchmarked of late, previewing what could turn out to be an avalanche of unveilings. The latest “beast” to join the party is a mysterious Sony Xperia handheld.
It’s amazing just how fast a rumor can get from doubtful to nearly certain. Case in point, the Snapdragon 800-powered flavor of the Samsung Galaxy S4, one that might as well be announced already since we all know it’s coming.
After making an appearance in a questionable AnTuTu benchmark, the alleged Samsung Galaxy S4 packing a Snapdragon 800 CPU (model number SHV-E330) has been DLNA certified, which not only means it’s real, but it could be released soon.
Alleged prototype of the Galaxy Note III gets caught on camera, has a recognizable Samsung design and is of course, huge. Samsung is almost ready to unveil the successor to their best-selling phablet flagship from 2012. The Galaxy Note III is almost upon us and promises to be faster, bigger and meaner (to competition) than ever
If you thought that Samsung was done making variants of their flagship Galaxy S4, you might be in for a surprise. According to a new report by Android Authority, the Korean company might be preparing a Snapdragon 800 based S4 to be released in their home country. I don’t want to start off by making another