It’s not a secret that LG has always been one step behind its mortal enemy, Samsung, when talking about the Android market. But sometimes it’s like the Optimus makers are not even trying to get ahead.
The first fiscal quarter of 2013 has not ended yet, but we already have a good idea what phones will be battling it out throughout the year for the Android crown.
With the Optimus G Pro official for close to two months now, you’d think LG would be keen on delivering tech users the best technology as quickly as possible
It’s tough to find an Android-powered QWERTY smartphone with some degree of pizzazz nowadays, which is why Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere 2 has always looked intriguing.
Despite not being able to make the first Padfone or the second-gen mainstream sales hits, Asus has pushed ahead with the concept of the phone/tablet hybrid by unveiling a third such combo – the Padfone Infinity.
After snatching the spotlight both at CES in January and MWC in February, ZTE decided to take a breather and got back in the shadows for a little while.
What, you thought only smartphone manufacturers were capable of throwing public low blows against the competition? You know, like the stunts LG and HTC pulled on Samsung recently
According to newly emerged rumors in Sony’s homeland, Japan, the Xperia family might be welcoming three extra members sometime in the summer.
Everybody knows by now that Samsung had a sensational 2012 from a financial standpoint, boosting sales and profits fiscal quarter after quarter. But surely the company’s rise has to lag a little in the first three months of 2013, right?
Remember when the HTC One was due for a UK release on March 14? Good times! We actually thought HTC was on its way back to the top and Samsung was in big trouble.