Welcome to 2014, a year where webOS is on TV and HP is making smartphones again - only it's now making Android "voice tablets" (tablets that make phone calls) instead of webOS.
Following the release of its Europe-bound Xperia E1 and E1 Dual, Sony today announced the Xperia T2 Ultra, a smartphone with a 6-inch display and a more global audience in mind.
Sony today announced four new Android smartphones, two of which are the Xperia E1 and E1 Dual. The E1 is a single or dual-SIM midrange device that's actually capable of producing more sound than the HTC One.
Hisense isn't a name mentioned often when talking about the biggest Android manufacturers, but the Chinese firm better known for building TV's will at least be in the conversation when discussing the biggest (literally) phones around.
The ZTE Grand S II was one of many phones to debut at CES 2014. Considering that it also follows the mold of similar devices, it's easy to not look twice at the phone. However, there are a few things worth paying attention to when it concerns the Grand S II.
The Huawei Ascend Mate 2 4G is exactly the phone one would expect from the company that built the original Ascend Mate, which had a massive 6-inch screen months before a device with a display that massive didn't seem so crazy. Here's a closer look at the follow-up
It might seem strange that Sony would try once again to create a smart wearable considering that it has released multiple iterations of the Smart Watch, the most recent being less than one year ago. However, that didn't stop Sony from using CES 2014 to debut the Sony Core, one of many fitness tracking systems on display here at the Consumer Electronics Show.
The size decrease of the Z1 Compact did not lead to a cheapening of the specs, according to Sony, which promises that there will be "no compromises" should someone chose it over its larger sibling. That's a tall order for a small phone, but upon first impressions, it's one that Sony has managed to fulfill.
At its CES 2014 press conference, Sony Mobile announced a new smartphone arriving soon in the United States. Consumers who were waiting on the Xperia Z1 to launch in the states can look forward to the Xperia Z1s launching on T-Mobile later this month.
Samsung today at its CES press conference announced a set of new tablets running Android. The long-rumored Samsung Galaxy Note Pro, with its 12.2-inch display and S-Pen, leads the pack. The Galaxy Note Pro is the largest tablet Samsung has made to date, and it features a WQXGA (2560 x 1600) resolution.