Many expressed disappointment that Google failed to unveil a new Nexus smartphone at Google I/O, but a white Nexus 4 has appeared at the show. Here's a collection of photos and one video showcasing the new white Nexus.
Smartphones routinely have 5-inch screens and larger bodies, and the LG Optimus G Pro is a grand device that makes quite an impression. Is this yet another trailing device, or has LG managed to make this new phone for AT&T standout for more than its size?
No one would be surprised to hear that Samsung, the world's largest smartphone producer, expects its flagship product to see a strong wave of early sales. However, few would have expected to see so many sales so soon.
At a crucial time when HTC faces stiff competition and less-than-optimal production levels, the Taiwanese manufacturer appears to have found a way to rapidly increase the number of smartphones its able to build and sell.
Google was smart to not show off a new Nexus. It was even smarter not to show off a new version of Android, despite the disappointment and complaints from attendees and viewers of the Google I/O Day 1 keynote.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is one of the best selling smartphones, but it's not for everyone. Google today announced that it will soon begin selling its own version of the Galaxy S 4, only its edition will run standard Android 4.2 software.
At its Google I/O developer conference, Google announced that more than 900 million Android smartphones and tablets have been activated since 2008, and it aims to add millions more.
And Verizon makes four. The Samsung Galaxy S 4 has debuted for AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, and the Android 4.2 device will finally make its way to Verizon Wireless beginning May 23. Samsung had originally anticipated shipping the phone May 30, but the company confirmed today that Verizon will sell the Galaxy S 4 for $199.99 on a two-year agreement beginning next week. Be sure to read our Galaxy S 4 review to learn more about the phone and read our Galaxy S 4 page for continued coverage of the device.
Sony today announced another variant of its Xperia Z lineup of smartphones. The latest Android smartphone has features similar to its predecessors, but it increases the durability factor and reaches a new threshold for water resistance.
Google executive Sundar Pichai, the man tasked with overseeing both Android and Chrome, says there's no need for the two operating systems to converge into one platform in the short term. However, that may not be the case in the future.