At the 2012 CTIA Wireless show, Dan Seifert got the chance to sit down with a working version of HTC's new One V smartphone, which will be available in the U.S. later this year.
Here at CTIA 2012, Kyocera is debuting a new technology that it plans to bring to its smartphones in the near future. Called tissue conduction, the new tech provides clear audio for phone calls even in extremely noisy situations.
The Kyocera Rise is the second of the two new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphones announced by the phone manufacturer here at CTIA 2012. It sports a 3.5-inch display and four-row QWERTY keyboard.
The new Kyocera Hydro is an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone that features unique water resistant abilities. Though it is positioned as an entry-level smartphone, it does allow users to submerge the phone in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes at a time without any concern.
At a Verizon Wireless event taking place on the eve of the start of the 2012 CTIA Wireless show, our Dan Seifert got the chance to test drive the new HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE.
Earlier today, Samsung and AT&T announced the Focus 2, the successor to the earlier Focus Windows Phone smartphones for the carrier. The Focus 2 features support for AT&T's LTE network - a first for a Windows Phone from Samsung - and runs Windows Phone 7.5.
Samsung launched its new Galaxy S III smartphone with great fanfare today in London and we were on-hand to get a live first look at the device.
Sprint and HTC just announced the new EVO 4G LTE, the latest member of Sprint's EVO line of Android smartphones, and we were able to get some brief hands-on time with it.
Along with the original ELUGA, Panasonic also announced the ELUGA Power at Mobile World Congress 2012. The ELUGA Power has a larger, 5-inch display, and runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich instead of Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Panasonic was happy to show off its new line of ELUGA smartphones for markets outside of Japan at Mobile World Congress this year. We swung by its booth to check out the ELUGA, the smaller of the two devices announced.