The HTC Butterfly S, the follow-up to the phone known as the DROID DNA in the United States, has been announced as an updated version of the phone that brings some of the best of the HTC One to a new device.
Verizon Wireless will soon release a new DROID smartphone, though details about the manufacturer and specifications have yet to be released. The only reason we know that the phone is arriving soon is because the carrier has reactivated its DroidLanding Twitter account, which it only does in the weeks leading up to a new device launch. While it may be enticing to believe this might be related to the already confirmed HTC One or the fabled Moto X, I'm inclined to believe that this is something entirely different that hasn't been seen before. Whatever the phone may be, expect Verizon to shed more light on the phone soon. Listen out for the DROOOIIIIDDD sound effect. UPDATE: Actually, it's just a game
AT&T Mobility stores will begin selling the BlackBerry Q10 on June 21. The QWERTY-enabled BB10 phone will cost $199.99 when purchased on a two-year agreement, and it will also be eligible for AT&T's trade-in program for customers who wish to exchange their existing phone for a discount of at least $100. MobileBurn.com has reviewed the BlackBerry Q10 and found that while users make compromises on the screen and app choices, physical keyboard enthusiasts will be pleased by the touch keyboard and strong battery life. Interested customers can read our review and then get purchasing information on the BlackBerry Q10 from AT&T.
Huawei is once again attempting to lay claim to having the world's thinnest smartphone with today's announcement of the Huawei Ascend P6, an Android 4.2 device that measures only 6.18mm and weighs 120g.
The Sony Xperia Z debuted months ago in Europe and Asia, and the waterproof Android smartphone will finally arrive at a U.S. carrier in the coming weeks. T-Mobile today confirmed that it will support the Xperia Z, and the phone will be compatible with its upcoming 4G LTE network.
During Game 5 of the NBA Finals, a curious three-minute commercial announcing the upcoming release of rap artist Jay-Z's new album Magna Carta Holy Grail featured Samsung's "The Next Big Thing" tagline. So what's the connection between Jay-Z and Samsung? The Magna Carta Holy Grail.
Critics often say that BlackBerry is a relic trying to make sense of an age it never saw coming, but is the BlackBerry Q10 proof that the company has found a way to seamlessly blend the old ways with the new? Here's our BlackBerry Q10 review.
Nokia is inviting journalists to attend an event in New York City July 11th at which the company will deliver "Zoom Reinvented." In light of recent leaks and Samsung debuting its own zoom device, what is Nokia announcing?
Samsung previous announced the Galaxy S 4 Active, a ruggedized version of the Galaxy S4 that makes the phone water and dust resistant, and stronger without giving in to many of the hardware and software compromises typically associated with rugged smartphones. AT&T today has confirmed that it will offer the Galaxy S 4 Active for $199 when purchased on a two-year agreement. The phone will go on sale June 21 online and in-stores but customers can place a pre-order beginning June 14. The phone will be available in Urban Gray or Dive Blue color options when the Galaxy S 4 Active pre-order page goes live tomorrow, June 14.
Sony Mobile appears to be diving headfirst into the growing segment of Android phablets, phones with displays so large that they could be considered a tablet, with the upcoming Sony Xperia Z Ultra. A launch event invitation and a fresh round of leaks suggest the phone is arriving soon.