HTC already downsized some features to make the HTC One Mini, and it's now increased the scale of others to produce the HTC One Max, an Android smartphone with a 5.9-inch display and a rear fingerprint sensor.
It's curved. Why? I'm not exactly sure, but Samsung has decided that the Samsung Galaxy Round, an Android 4.3 Jelly Bean device launching soon, will be the first smartphone with a curved display.
Sprint will soon add the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 to its lineup of devices that are available on its 4G LTE network. The new tablet will go on sale later this week for a temporary price that's much lower than what tablets typically cost.
The Amazon Kindle Fire line is due for a refresh and Amazon has given the Kindle Fire HD an upgrade to a new Snapdragon 800 2.2 GHz quad-core processor, an HD display, and an updated version of its Android-based Fire OS software. Here's the new Kindle Fire HDX.
Oppo is doing some interesting things with Android, but the just announced Oppo N1 may the most interesting of all its hardware moves. Why? The N1 has CyanogenMod and a 13-megapixel camera that can be used on the back or front of the device.
The BlackBerry Z30 has appeared in several leaked photos and rumor reports as the BlackBerry A30, so the company formerly known as RIM has chosen today as the day to officially announce its first BB 10 device with a 5-inch display.
The Apple iPhone 5S is now official and falling in line with exactly what onlookers have expected based on numerous leaks about its camera and processor, along with a few surprises that will be unique to the latest iPhone.
Apple today confirmed that it will introduce a lower-cost iOS handset known as the iPhone 5C. Composed of a single-body hard polycarbonate shell, the iPhone 5C will add more color to the iPhone and presumably take away some of its price.
Samsung today unveiled the sequel to one of the biggest smartphones of 2012, literally and figuratively. The Korean manufacturer has debuted the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, a new Android 4.3 device with an S Pen stylus for drawing, note taking, and a lot more.
Sony today added a new Xperia to the list of Android devices that it plans to sell in 2013. At its IFA event in Berlin, Sony confirmed that the Android 4.2-sporting device previously leaked as the "Honami" will soon come to market as the Sony Xperia Z1.