T-Mobile has been a busy beaver lately with the MetroPCS merger and becoming the uncarrier. It appears as though they have some plans for trade-ins too.
An alleged hands-on video of the Samsung Galaxy S4 has emerged on the web, but is this the real thing? Several clues seem to suggest so.
A pre-release build of the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Ace 2 has leaked online. Dated February 17, the build is available for download now.
The Huawei Ascend P2 keeps cropping up in leaked photos and reports. We saw a benchmark just last week, and now a small selection of snaps has appeared.
The Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s mid sized tablet between the Note 2 phablet and the Note 10.1. Could these be the first pics taken by the Note 8?
A hacker claimed to have acquired more than 3 million Verizon customer records, but it turns out a 3rd party make a leaked the data instead. Either way, how did Verizon manage to put their customers data in a position where it could be stolen?
ZTE’s upcoming Android powered smartphone, the ZTE Grand S, which is scheduled to be announced at CES 2013, has been leaked on the web.
Specs have recently leaked for another Xperia branded smartphone. The latest device is codenamed the Dogo, the Sony Xperia Dogo, and it looks like it will feature a 4.65-inch display and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Mockup by GSMArena The Galaxy Note 2 is the next big thing coming from Samsung, quite literally. The device is set to boast a whopping 5.5-inch screen, but its actual size will not increase, thanks to a thinner bezel. Moreover, we suspect that the Note 2 will come rather soon. As we’ve told you in our Galaxy Note 2 rumor roundup, Samsung has scheduled an Unpacked event on August 30, which seems like the best occasion to launch the magnificent successor of the Note. Now, PhoneArena has spotted an interesting entry in GLBenchmark. A device that identified itself as Samsung…
First leaked in a Bluetooth SIG filing in April and then again in an FCC appearance in June, the Samsung Jasper (SCH-I200) is clearly getting close to a release on Verizon’s LTE network. An image leaked on Twitter by @evleaks gives up some clues about this new mid-ranger from Samsung. Besides the conspicuous Verizon branding, we can see that the Jasper forgoes the traditional search soft button, for an ICS-inspired “three-dot” menu key. Speaking of which, the SCH-I200 will clearly come with Ice Cream Sandwich on board, treated with Samsung’s customary TouchWiz overlay. The leak also gives away some of…