Samsung today announced the upcoming release of its biggest Android smartphone to date, the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3. Yes, that's Mega 6.3 as in a smartphone with a 6.3-inch display.
Samsung is gearing up to launch its biggest phone of the year, the Galaxy S 4, but the company has also taken the time to announce another Android device that will debut later this year, the Samsung Galaxy Win.
The Facebook Phone is real, and it's name is the HTC First. Moments after it announced Facebook Home, a new Android home screen and lock screen that better integrates Android with Facebook, HTC and AT&T announced they will be the first to release a phone pre-loaded with the software.
The LG Lucid was launched on Verizon around this time last year as a unique 4G LTE Android device on the biggest LTE network in the U.S. Verizon today announced the same will happen with the LG Lucid 2, a sequel device with a 4.3-inch display and a new Starter Mode meant to simplify Android.
The T-Mobile iPhone, a source of speculation and fruitless rumors since 2008, will finally be made a reality April 12. T-Mobile USA today confirmed that's when it will launch the Apple iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 4 on its network.
MetroPCS today announced a new Android device to its 4G LTE portfolio. Continuing its trend of low-price midrange smartphones, the new Huawei Premia 4G joins the network for the low price of $149 without contract.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4, the official name now that Samsung has abandoned its Roman numerals of the Galaxy S IV, is here. Now tha the cat's out of the bag for the next great Android phone, here's a look at the Galaxy S 4 specs.
Virgin Mobile has joined the ranks of 4G LTE cellular service providers with the release of the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. Virgin, an MVNO's that operate on Sprint's network, revealed that it is now selling the Galaxy 4G LTE online ahead of a mid-March in-store rollout.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 has arrived to fill the gap between Samsung's smartphones and larger screen tablets. Packing a quad-core processor and S Pen features found in the other Galaxy Note devices, Samsung's latest tablet is out to compete with the iPad Mini.
ASUS PadFone line of Android phones have always been transformative devices capable of docking into special shells that run a tablet mode on a larger screen. The new ASUS PadFone Infinity does that with a huge upgrade to its screen and processor.