The modern smartphone era is a tough one for fans of phones with a keyboard, but it's not completely hopeless. QWERTY aficionados will soon have a new option in the LG Optimus F3Q, heading to T-Mobile.
Samsung has sold tens of millions of phones with plastic bodies, yet persistent rumors suggest Samsung might switch to metal to better compete with HTC and Apple. Those rumors have resurfaced once again suggesting that the Galaxy S5 might have a metal frame instead of another glossy exterior.
When will the Galaxy S 4 or Galaxy Note II get Android 4.4? The same question has been asked thousands of times for Samsung's top devices, and a leaked document supposedly showing Samsung's planned Android 4.4 rollout schedule may reveal the answer.
When we first saw the LG G Flex, it was believed that the curved smartphone would probably not see an official release outside of Asia and the UK, the same fate expected for the similar Samsung Galaxy Round. It now appears that the G flex could end up being released in the US.
Though many have expected Google to make an announcement about the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat availability at some point in October, the company has yet to say anything. A flood of updates to Google-owned apps may point to that changing soon.
No one knows when the Nexus 5 will launch, but that hasn't stopped people from releasing several rumors about when to expect the latest Google-powered Android smartphone to go on sale.
It's pretty much a given that Apple tomorrow will announce a new iPad and iPad Mini at its press event in San Francisco. Might we also see a keyboard case similar to the one Microsoft sells with its Surface tablets? Maybe, according to one former Apple employee.
Amazon's long-rumored Android smartphone has popped up in the news once again, and the latest whispers suggest that struggling smartphone manufacturer HTC will actually develop the "Kindle phone."
Not content to let Samsung have all the fun with its recently announced curved smartphone, LG will soon introduce the G Flex, its own smartphone with a curved display that has appeared in leaked photographs
Google is expected to remove the veil from the LG-made Nexus 5 and the new Android 4.4 KitKat software soon. A treasure trove of leaked photos provide evidence of what to expect when the announcement arrives.