Sony has just announced that a Purple Diamond Edition of its Xperia Z3 smartphone will go on sale in Hong Kong at the end of January.
Ymobile is set to launch its impractical looking Heart 401AB phone in Japan come the end of March. This is definitely one for the fashion concious.
The first hands-on images of Xiaomi’s new Mi Note smartphone have appeared online, giving us a closer look at the handset’s design.
Samsung has launched its Galaxy Grand Max smartphone in South Korea and looks set to debut its Galaxy A7 in Malaysia.
2015 may have only just begun, but the first smartphones of the year are right around the corner. CES, which is less than a week away, will give us our first glimpse at this year’s smartphones, and there will be plenty more to come over the next twelve months.
Two phones for under $50, are they any good? Review and shootout of the Boost Mobile LG Realm, Virgin Mobile HTC Desire 510 and the Motorola Moto G (2013) GPe.
Kodak & Bullit are to release a smartphone aimed photography enthusiasts at CES next month, with additional products to follow throughout 2015.
The new 5.5-inch Meizu M1 Note costs just CN¥1,000 ($160), but offers compelling hardware that competes with low-cost Huawei and Xiaomi smartphones.
Shashin Devsare, Executive Director of Karbonn Mobiles, has confirmed that the company’s second generation Android One smartphone will launch in Q1 2015.
Huawei has just launched its 5.5-inch Honor 6 Plus, which features the company’s own octo-core Kirin processor, 3GB RAM and dual 8MP rear cameras for only CN¥1,999 (~$320).