Samsung is preparing two new extra-large devices for an expected June release, claims a rumor. Previously known as Galaxy Fonblet, the line will supposedly be dubbed Galaxy Mega.
According to the Korean media, Samsung will launch a new 5.9-inch phone in the second half of the year. But is this the Note 3 or a brand new device?
Swipe Telecom, in collaboration with MTV India, launched the MTV Volt, a 6-inch dual-SIM Android smartphone with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on-board. The MTV Volt will be priced at Rs 12,999
If you find yourself strangely attracted to the Ascend Mate, you’ve probably heard that it’ll be launched in China this month, while a global release can be expected in the following month. Those brazen enough can now pre-order the phone.
Thought the 5.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the upcoming 6.1-inch Huawei Ascend Mate were giants? Now a new rumor suggests that Sony might be taking things even further with a 6.44-inch phablet of their own.
ZTE is going to announce a 5.7 inch phablet called the P945. It’s said to have a quad core processor, 8 megapixel camera, and a massive 3,000 mAh battery. Will we see it at CES?
ZTE seems to be just as excited about its super-thin Grand S as we are, so instead of waiting until CES to launch it the company went ahead and held a short preview of the phone at its design offices in Shanghai.
The Huawei Ascend Mate, which is going to be announced at CES 2013, has been revealed by one of company’s executives. The device features a 6.1-inch 720p display, is 9.9mm thick, and features a 4000mAh battery.
An image purportedly showing an 8.5-inch Huawei Android smartphone has been leaked via Twitter, with the device expected to be unveiled in the near future, maybe as soon as CES 2013.
The success of the Galaxy Note series has left other manufacturers scrambling for an answer. From HTC’s J Butterly and Sony’s Odin, to Huawei’s Ascend Mate – everyone’s trying to get a piece of the phablet piece. Hold up, let’s scratch the last one and move Huawei’s offering from the list, as it’s been proven to be a fake. Or has it?