Wireless provider FreedomPop has offered a new-ish phone for people who care just as much about government surveillance and security as they do about apps and messaging. FreedomPop's Privacy Phone has encryption, privacy controls, and even Bitcoin payment.
Samsung has finally put the rumors to rest and officially announced the Samsung Galaxy S5. At its Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, and a satellite showcase in New York City, the Korean manufacturer unveiled its new flagship Android 4.4 device.
Nokia today announced three new handsets that are all Android without the company and apps that have come to be closely associated with the operating system. The Nokia X, X+, and XL all run Android, but it is a forked version of the Android Open Source Project that has little resemblance to Android.
Sony today announced its 2014 flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z2, that at first glance resembles the previous premium phone until you look at the fine details of the new device.
Since companies began introducing "mini" versions of their flagship products, they have disappointed users who want all the power of a premium phone without the giant screens that typically accompany them. LG has decided not to buck that trend.
Nokia and Verizon today jointly announced the Nokia Lumia Icon. It's a phone that takes the mantle of the Lumia 928, from a design perspective. We know that the Lumia Icon will go on sale February 20 for $199.99 when purchased with a two-year agreement, but else do we know about the device?
T-Mobile today announced the upcoming release dates and prices of two Android smartphones set to debut next month. One phone is a device with a 6-inch screen and the ability to bend, and the other is a rare instance of an Android smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard.
Welcome to 2014, a year where webOS is on TV and HP is making smartphones again - only it's now making Android "voice tablets" (tablets that make phone calls) instead of webOS.
Following the release of its Europe-bound Xperia E1 and E1 Dual, Sony today announced the Xperia T2 Ultra, a smartphone with a 6-inch display and a more global audience in mind.
Sony today announced four new Android smartphones, two of which are the Xperia E1 and E1 Dual. The E1 is a single or dual-SIM midrange device that's actually capable of producing more sound than the HTC One.