We’ve seen HTC’s J Butterfly and Oppo’s Find 5 prancing around with the first 1080p displays, we know that Sony is prepping an impressive 5-incher, but also a gargantuan 6-incher, and now Huawei is joining this crazy race with… a 6.1-incher.
Google has scheduled a press event for October 29, where it will most likely unveil the LG Nexus 4 and Android 4.2, its next major Android update, at least according to current reports.
With Samsung being rather coy about the processor that the Galaxy S3 Mini uses, chip maker ST-Ericsson has confirmed that the Mini is powered by its NovaThor ModAp CPU, which integrates “the modem and application processor on a single die.”
After the Android 4.0 update for the Droid Bionic was pushed out to soak testers a week ago, Verizon has confirmed that the Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade is coming to everyone who still believes in the greatness of the Droid Bionic – but probably can’t wait for their two-year contract to end.
Left and right, companies are submitting their quarterly financial disclosures this time of year. We talked about Verizon earlier as we wait for other carriers, smartphone makers and all the other main players in the mobile business to reveal their numbers for Q3 2012. Naturally, Google’s numbers for the period ending on September 30 are of particular interest to us, but who could have predicted what has happened today.
Interested in getting the LG Optimus Vu in the UK without signing a two year contract? Online retailer Expansys is offering an unlocked SIM-free white or black model of the Vu right now for £349.99.
As you already know, Samsung and its carrier partners are rolling out the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update in a variety of markets already, mostly European ones, but not only. However, the U.S. Galaxy S3 versions will be updated only “in the coming months,” maybe as late as the first months of 2013.
Verizon on Thursday revealed its official numbers for the third quarter of the year. According to the press release, embedded at the end of this article, Verizon is reporting its “third consecutive quarter of double-digit earnings growth, continued strong cash flow.”
We saw it unveiled, we saw it unveiled again, we heard the first details about its “international” release and pricing, and we even got a quick taste of what Asus is planning for it in terms of advertising. Was there any piece of the Padfone 2 puzzle left?
The Jelly Bean Samsung Galaxy S3 reporting bonanza continues for the fourth day in a row, with good and bad news frantically blending in a bittersweet mix for tech users around the world.