The Samsung Galaxy Alpha (previously the F or Prime) is the smartphone that just keeps on giving as another leak has arrived today, this one a little more concrete. Just about everything there is to know about this device is already out there, so we will keep this brief.
If we asked you to name the best current Android flagships we imagine some familiar names would appear, among them the HTC One M8.
Here's a product from left field as LG today announced the Tab Book 11, a tablet/notebook hybrid that oddly ships with Android.
If you have been craving some information about the upcoming Moto G sequel then you should take a look at this reported rear cover from the device.
Samsung's Galaxy W is a device that has interested us since we first heard about it earlier in the year, and now it has been released in China with another name. The device is a huge 7-inch tablet/phablet with phone calling connectivity and it has shown up in the FCC hinting that Samsung will launch the slate in the US in the coming months.
If you are rocking the HTC One M8 and live in Europe you can now take the wrappers off Android 4.4.3 and download the software now.
There has been a mystery surrounding Google's Nexus range this year, with some rumours even pointing towards the brand being discontinued. Google is working on a new product line called Android Silver, and it was widely accepted that it would replace the outgoing Nexus branding.
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
If we needed any proof of how well LG was doing with mobile we only had to take a look at the company's current G3 flagship. However, just to really show off how the Korean brand is becoming a force in the smartphone world, the company has just recorded its best quarter ever in its mobile division.
Samsung has done everything right with its flagship smartphones in recent years, save for one thing. The company builds its flagship devices out of plastic and has never explored metal as an option, although that is due to change. The company's upcoming iPhone baiting Galaxy Alpha