While we can’t be certain, what may be the LG Optimus L9 release date was revealed by a leaked roadmap of T-Mobile’s hardware release dates.
For the second time in less than a week, Sony has had a leak involving smartphones. This time, the leaked device is the Sony C660X ‘Yuga’.
The LG Nexus 4 is going to be unveiled in late October according to recent reports, but we already know pretty much everything there is to know about the device. A leaked prototype has been in the hands of a tech publication for days now, and we have been able to see the device in crystal clear pictures and virtually take it for a 360 degrees spin.
Motorola released a new commercial for its Droid Razr M to YouTube yesterday. Dubbed ‘Projections,’ the video shows everything from movies to apps that literally fit in the palm of your hand.
The iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S3 is the main fight in the smartphone business, representing the broader battle between two mobile ecosystems, but also between to giant corporations.
A few days ago we told you that NTT DoCoMo will offer its subscribers in Japan two new Samsung smartphones, the Galaxy Note 2 and the Galaxy S3 Alpha, with the latter being an updated version of the regular Galaxy S3.
Best Buy has given Canadian folks who can’t wait to get the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 something to cheer about. It was only yesterday that we learned about the availability of the phablet on Telus, which is expected to start selling it from October 30 and now we get some sort of confirmation of its price on several carriers.
While the specs of the hybrid device have leaked ahead of its introduction, which gave us clues that it’d sport a larger 4.7-inch display, we haven’t heard much about the docking station of the device — the very same station that enables users to transform the phone into a tablet. Thankfully, we have several new sources to help fill in the information void.
Vertu, the British manufacturer of luxury phones, is well known for its extravagant creations, which will set you back between £3500 and £200,000, depending on how exclusive are your tastes. Up until now, the handsets ran Nokia’s ill-fated Symbian operating system, but according to TechCrunch, the stars are lined up for an Android-powered Vertu device.
When Motorola unveiled the Droid Razr M, the Google-owned company promised that an upgrade to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is guaranteed for the handset. Despite the assurance, it’s understandable that owners of the phone are more than prepared for a long wait, given Motorola’s rather patchy record of providing a timely software update for its devices. It looks like the skeptics might be proven wrong, since the Jelly Bean firmware for the Droid Razr M has leaked online a month after the phone was released.