Samsung just announced a clone of Apple’s Passbook service. In case you haven’t heard of Passbook, it’s the one app where you store your loyalty cards and coupons.
Alcatel, known as TCL in China, has just announced a clone of HTC’s Butterfly. The same 1080p screen is there, but the rest of the phone is kind of ugly.
Huawei just announced a new phone, the P2, and we just don’t get it. It has 2012 specs, isn’t coming out until the summer, and it looks dreadfully boring.
Here’s what TouchWiz looks like with the Android 4.2 update that got leaked for the Galaxy S3. Plenty of new features are in here, especially ones that are voice enabled.
It’s been leaked, it’s been rumored, but today it finally becomes official. Ladies and gentlemen, we present to you the brand new Galaxy Note 8.0 from Samsung!
Someone who doesn’t want to be named took a photo of Samsung’s booth at MWC before it opens up to the public. Guess what he saw there? The Note 8.0!
Sony’s new Xperia Z is waterproof and shock proof, so what better way to show those two features off than by giving the phone to a toddler?
The French operator Orange has just announced three new phones, one of which is MediaTek powered, while another has tri-band 4G LTE support!
A new Sony phone has just been leaked, the SP, and it’s not really all that exciting. It has a 4.6 inch 720p display, which would have been cool in 2012, but we’re in 2013.
There are roughly 40 4G LTE bands currently in use, which makes lives incredibly difficult for handset makers. Qualcomm thinks they can help, and we should see their solution later this year.