Huawei is once again attempting to lay claim to having the world's thinnest smartphone with today's announcement of the Huawei Ascend P6, an Android 4.2 device that measures only 6.18mm and weighs 120g.
Samsung has made it official: the Galaxy S4 Zoom will soon arrive as an Android device with 10x optical zoom, a 16-megapixel camera, and a Xenon Flash. Oh, and it can make phone calls, too.
The Toshiba Excite line of Android tablets has been refreshed with new displays and more powerful processors. The new Excite Pro, Excite Write, and Excite Pure all have hardware upgrades and Android 4.2 software to go with other unique features.
Asus showed with the Fonepad that it's not afraid to blur the lines between phones and tablets, and the company today continued that trend by announcing the new Asus Fonepad Note FHD 6, an Android smartphone with a 6-inch,1080p HD display.
Samsung has made its new Galaxy Tab 3 device with a unique processor official. Following its track record of introducing Android tablets of varying screen sizes, Android users looking for a tablet with a 10.1-inch display now have a new option in the Intel-powered Galaxy Tab 3 10.1-inch.
Though it also introduced the Galaxy Note 8.0 and a 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 model in recent months, Samsung has already added the Galaxy Tab 3 8-inch to its slate of devices. What makes this tablet so special?
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 Mini is real and finally official. After a steady stream of leaks since the full-size Galaxy S 4 debuted in March, Samsung today confirmed that it will release an S 4 with reduced proportions and lower specs to reach more customers across the globe.
The Cat brand is associated with tough, durable, lunch-pail-steel-resolve-kind-of-rugged products. That same mentality is being brought to the new Android-powered Cat B15.
Kyocera built the Torque to be incredibly strong, but it was also thick as thieves. The new Kyocera Hydro XTRM is also meant to be resistant to life's challenges, but it does it in a thinner chassis with a bit more style.
The Kyocera Hydro introduced Boost Mobile to a waterproof Android 4.0 device that brought durability on a budget. The soon-to-launch Kyocera Hydro Edge coming to Sprint and Boost do the same, but not much has changed in the power and packaging of the new phone.