Asus just threw its hat in the supersized phone ring with the Asus Fonepad Note, a 6-inch device equipped with a stylus that promises to give the Galaxy Note 2 a run for its money.
Stay tuned right here to watch Asus’s Computex 2013 event livestream. The teasers that Asus released last week suggested a Transformer device (the Transformer line of tablets is due for a refresher), and rumor has it that a 6-inch device is in the works.
We look at back at this week in Android – the white Nexus 4, Moto X, the HTC One Google Edition and more.
In this Friday Debate, we try to answer the age old question – which is better, stock or skins? Each camp has some good arguments, but ultimately it may be just a question of taste. Still, that probably won’t stop anyone from arguing.
Google’s Sundar Pichai just announced the long rumored HTC One “Google Edition” – the device will run Android 4.2.2 AOSP and will be available starting June 26.
LG’s VP in Europe talked about LG’s plans for 2013, which include an Android tablet, but apparently not a device with a flexible display, as it was previously rumored.
After a flurry of leaked images, the white version of the Nexus 4 has been officially announced. The device will roll out starting tomorrow in Hong Kong.
After a well-known leaker revealed the codename of HTC’s future Galaxy Note competitor, more clues about the upcoming smartphone have been uncovered.
In this Friday Debate, we discuss the new Google Edition Android flagships and what they mean for the Android ecosystem. Join us in the comments.
A well-known insider of the Taiwanese tech industry talks about the quiet but dramatic talent hemorrhage that is going on at HTC.