Here it is, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, a handset that is meant to be something of a new dawn for the Korean company. However, this is Samsung and the company rarely does the thing YOU want it to
ZTE, like other Chinese brands does not enjoy a lot of market presence in areas outside of Asia. Sure, the company is there, but it is not in the spotlight, and for the most part Chinese devices are not given the big push by US carriers like other brands. However, if any carrier would break the mould it would be the Uncarrier!
How does a Sony flagship with a 22 megapixel camera and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 sound?
If you are a Motorola fan then you may have noticed that silly season has started as a number of the company's core smartphones are up for renewal. That means the rumour mill is in full swing and we are hearing about upcoming replacements on an almost daily basis, including this, the apparent successor to the acclaimed Moto G.
While all of its traditional smartphone rivals have been enjoying themselves by launching wearable devices on Google's Android Wear platform, HTC has yet to join the party. However, the Taiwanese company will not be in the dark too long as it has announced it will release its own smart watch this year.
The device will be arguably the best smartphone Samsung has ever made and was originally thought to be a premium super phone version of the company?s current Galaxy S5 Flagship. We now know that the Alpha is a standalone handset and according to the Herald today it will sport a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED display.
These images show the upcoming Sony Xperia Z3, the third time we have seen the device that has not been officially announced. The new shots give us more angles of Sony?s soon to be flagship and give us a decent idea of how the smartphone will look.
The device you are seeing in the picture is rumoured to be the new Motorola flagship, the Moto X+1, and no the company is not going for a radical new design. That means you will not be using a tape covered smartphone as the sticky stuff is merely in place to make sure our prying eyes cannot make out too much detail
Things have been quiet regarding Sony flagships of late, which is to be expected as the company released its high end smartphones at the start of the year. However, the end of the year is expected to bring with it the new Xperia Z3 device that will be the company's all-out assault on the flagship world
"Hey, what's that?" is a very common question at company developer events during keynote speeches when images of devices flash on the screen. At Google's I/O the "what's that?" moment came when the company flashed a tablet on screen that we have never seen before, meaning it could be the HTC Nexus or another new slate.