The name of Zopo probably didn’t ring any bells with even the most fanatic Western-based tech aficionados a month or two back, but in just a couple of weeks the Chinese have managed to get themselves on the map.
Contrary to popular belief, we don’t really like to play favorites here at Android Authority. And yet how can we keep a clear head and not fall hopelessly in love with a company like ZTE?
There’s no shortage of beautiful-looking, heat-packing Full HD smartphones, but if you want one that’ll go easy on your pocket you have a real quest to complete.
Aaand it’s out. The Asus Padfone Infinity, that is. Probably the best thing about MWC so far, although that doesn’t do us much good because the thing will most likely suffer from the well-known Padfone syndrome.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 rumor mill has been grinding for a couple of months already, but it’s not yet at full throttle, so there might still be a while until the “next big thing” will become official.
The latest star of a rumor bonanza is codenamed M7 and is supposed to be HTC’s next spearhead. While we’re not expecting it to come to light before the end of February, we already know a great deal about the phone, which is why we’ve decided to gather all the intel in one place.
A new day, a new set of Huawei Ascend P2-related leaks. After seeing the upcoming beast wave to the public in a couple of unofficial photos less than 24 hours ago, it’s time for a second date with Mr. Blurrycam.
Building hype around unreleased phones before making them official has always been HTC’s thing, but is it safe to say the Taiwanese have gone a bit too far this time around?
According to the Korean press, Samsung has commenced manufacturing the 5-inch full HD display that will equip the Galaxy S4. Manufacturing is scheduled for March.
Huawei has had a very strong CES showing last month, grabbing the headlines with both the Ascend D2 and Ascend Mate, but that doesn’t mean the company’s not holding some aces up its sleeve for February’s MWC as well.