Sony’s US website has now put up pre-registration pages for all three members of the Z3 family, with their status listed as “coming soon”.
OnePlus has canceled its SwapStyle covers, citing production problems as well as the fact that removing the phone’s back is extremely difficult and potentially could harm the phone.
New FTC changes mean that items you buy while shopping online must be delivered within the target window, or the seller must refund you.
Starting next month, Republic Wireless will offer up the Moto E for just $99.
Motorola fans will be saddened to know that Motorola VP Punit Soni has announced he is leaving the company.
Yesterday ZTE revealed its plans for the future, which revolve around ditching its white-label sales model and focusing on large-screen handsets with solid specs and low pricing.
At an event in NYC, ZTE unveiled the ZMax, a 5.7-inch handset with reasonably decent specs that fall in line with and/or exceed Motorola’s own popular budget handset, the Moto G.
In a new blog post, Google gives advice on how to make apps more friendly towards Android One and other lower-end devices with the goal of reaching the next five billion.
As expected, the HTC Desire 510 is on its way to Sprint and its prepaid carriers. The Now network will offer the handset for free with contract or $199 outright. Meanwhile the two MVNOs will sell it for just $99.99.