Starting in August, LG will begin rolling out the G3 in Moon Violet and Burgundy Red to select markets and carriers.
If the Information is to be believed, the Motorola Nexus 6 (aka Shamu) is in fact in the works, with Google hoping to utilize Touchless Control and Active Display technology in the device.
In this world of “bigger is better,” it’s strange to see Samsung go back to 720p for a device that’s supposed to be top of the range. Can Samsung pull it off?
Citing the need to further enhance the Tizen ecosystem, Samsung has officially delayed the Russian launch of its Samsung Z smartphone yet again.
We are learning a rumor that Motorola may be building the next Nexus phone, known now as a 5.9-inch device named Shamu. This means the Nexus 6 could truly be a 6-inch device after all.
The smartphone market in India is becoming increasingly competitive, with major international brands and local ones alike vying for the interest among the populace, which is one of the bigger mobile device markets in the world. According to research by analysts at Mediacells, India is set to be the second largest smartphone market this year, overtaking the US, and just behind China. Meanwhile, Samsung already expects India to be the fifth largest mobile market in the world by 2020. OnePlus caught the interest of mobile users with its hyped-up marketing for the OnePlus One, which is supposedly a flagship-killer, but without the flagship price….
The HTC Desire 610 has now arrived to AT&T, priced at $200 outright or just $.99 with a two-year contract.
Following the Senate, the House of Representatives have now voted in favor of a new bill legalizing cellphone unlocking. Now the bill simply needs to be signed into law by the President.
A new report from ET News backs up the previously rumored claim that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will arrive in early September, shortly after its announcement.
The Amazon Fire Phone has now officially landed on AT&T’s network, priced at $200 with contract. Can Amazon Prime integration and the new 3D interface be enough to win over consumers?