It is the dawn of a new Moto era, as Motorola has ended direct sales of the original Moto X (1st Gen.) from their website. Instead, the new Moto X (2nd Gen.) is all geared up and ready to start shipping soon.
HTC is now offering a financing option for the unlocked HTC One for those who don’t want a carrier-locked and branded device but can’t afford to pay $600 upfront. Read on for more info!
Recently you might have heard the brand name Oppo come up quite a bit, but who exactly is Oppo and what sets them apart from other better-known manufacturers? Keep reading to find out.
U.S.-based Sony fans, the wait is over! The Sony Xperia Z1, Xperia Z Ultra and Smartwatch 2 are now available in the United States. Keep reading for more details.
The HTC One Max has been officially unveiled. We take a look at the specifications, features, and availability of the new 5.9-inch One variant.
While Samsung and Verizon have yet to confirm it, a listing has now shown up on Samsung’s support site, all but confirming the existence of the Galaxy Note 3 Developer Edition.
If a new leaked image proves correct, the Sony Xperia Z1 is on its way to T-Mobile’s network sometime in the near future. Keep reading for more details!
It takes more than a good smartphone to eclipse Samsung’s bright Galaxies. On paper, the Sony Xperia Z1 has it all – looks, build, specs, camera, software. But will the sum of these strengths outweigh the Xperia Z1’s weaknesses? Does the Z1 rise above the flaws of its predecessor?
It’s time for the dual-SIM version of the Galaxy Note 3 and, as usual, Samsung first released it in China, a market where devices with dual-SIM capabilities are highly sought after.
The Galaxy Note 3 is officially available to order in Canada from a variety of mobile operators and retailers – here’s what you need to know.