You didn't expect Ma Bell to open its first LTE markets without tossing in a few 4G friendly toys, did you? Of course not, we told you as much last week -- but today things get official: The Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and HTC Vivid (formerly known as the Holiday) are ready to take Ma Bell's new LTE nodes for a spin.
Motorola today announced their newest smartphone, the 4.5-inch Moto G. Touted as a “premium smartphone experience” the phone at a much lower price, it’s very obvious that Motorola is aiming for mass adoption.Motorola claims that all of your much-needed features are present in the Moto G, including an optimized Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 CPU and a 4.5-inch 720p display. The specs are not overly powerful, but you would be wrong to ask for all that much considering the price point.Motorola plans to sell the Moto G through their website in an unlocked SIM-free price of $179 (8GB) and $199 (16GB). That’s nuts. That’s unlike anything else on the market.
Samsung already gave us aheads-upthat the largest of its new tablets, theGalaxy Pro 12.2, wouldn't arrive until March. Well, here it is, right on schedule. The company just announced that the 12-inch Android slate will go on sale March 9th, priced at $650 with 32GB of built-in storage. As a refresher, the tablet has a 2,560 x 1,600 screen, but then again, all of the new Galaxy Pro tablets do.
Samsung 's Polish website has finally put to rest rumors of the Galaxy Note 3 Neo by officially unveiling the smartphone. Not only does the device come with all the features, not to mention warts, that we expected, it even comes in 3G and LTE models.
If you care about the latest smartphones, you need to pay attention toMobile World Congress. The annual show will be held in Barcelona next week, and it's going to be filled to the brim with handsets, tablets and wearables of every shape, size and color. We've compiled all of the major rumors, teasers and official company announcements to give you a glimpse at what's to come.
We all are looking forward to March 25 when HTC will unveil the “All new HTC One” , which will be HTC’s next flagship smartphone. But HTC also has a soft corner for entry-level devices as well, and they just introduced a new budget friendly Android phone.
T-Mobile USA doesn't do anything by half measures, apparently -- it just launched four devices that address many of its budget- and data-conscious subscribers in one fell swoop. We'll break it down for you.
You pretty much have three options when deciding on a smartphone. You can go with a tiny (4-inch) device like Apple's iPhone 5. Then there are several mid-sized phones with 4.5 to 5-inch displays like Samsung's Galaxy S4 or Nokia's Lumia 1020.
And then there are the phablets, the supersized phones with 5.5 to 6-inch screens.
No one should probably be surprised by now whenever Samsung outs yet another smartphone in some, but not all, markets. This time, the company is iterating over its Galaxy Grand model, putting in some rather up-to-date features into a not so high-end smartphone.
You don't need to cast bones or read entrails to know that smartphones arrive in predictablecycles. February, home of Mobile World Congress, is likely to see the launch of new handsets from heavy hitters likeHTC,SamsungandLG. Those new flagships will rule the mobile hill until the fall, when Apple and Google are likely to wheel out next-gen devices of their own.
We’re now getting a glimpse of what is called the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo, what is probably the rumored Galaxy Note 3 Lite . What is interesting in this most recent leak is that this smartphone actually more closely resembles the older Galaxy Note II .
But before going into details, we have to note (no pun intended) one very peculiar aspect of this Galaxy Note 3 Neo.
Some say that I'm an Australian. And that as well as being an Engineer, I also enjoy a good game and my Android devices, currently the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 7. All you need to know though is I review hardware and games, write news, and manage the AndroidSPIN Facebook and Pinterest pages.We first heard the existence of a possible ‘mini’ version of the incoming HTC M8 flagship when master leaker, evleaks , gave us a rather cryptic tweet suggesting the existence of both the HTC M8 and a HTC M8 Mini see that article here ). Since then, we’ve heard lots about what is probably going to make up the HTC M8, but nothing about its miniature brethren, until today.
Samsung will possibly introduce the Galaxy Tab 4 line of tablets at Mobile World Congress , according to whispers. Details include a 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10.1-inch model are in order; common specs include 1280×800 resolution, microSD, and 1.2GHz processors.
Samsung has finally come clean about their next generation Android tablets, the Galaxy NotePro and TabPro. The Note Pro is a 12.2-inch tablet sporting the usual Note-series stylus, and like the rumor said, the TabPro comes in a whole range of sizes:12.2, 10.1, and 8.4-inches.
The new phones are going to be metal like the iPhone 5S.The 4.5+ inch model is being prepared for mass production, says the Journal. The bigger iPhone is still in development.These phones should be out around the same time as usual for Apple, so September.Apple's No. 1 smartphone rival is Samsung. Its most popular phone in the U.S. is the Galaxy SIII, which has a 4.8-inch screen.