If you’re anything like us, you’re not a fan of big bezels. It’s one of the reasons the newest flagships appeal to some of us less than they should. The HTC One (M8) has absolutely massive bezels, making the device so much larger than the display hints at, while the Samsung Galaxy S5 has slightly ... Read More »
The rumors were true. HTC is working on a 5-inch phone with an eye-popping 1080p display. Today in Japan, HTC announced the J Butterfly, their first device with a Super LCD 3 display, which features an amazing 440 pixels per inch. The device that was revealed is headed to Japanese carrier KDDI, but we already know ... Read More »
Last week LG revealed the Optimus LTE2 for Korea, the first phone with 2 GB RAM (random-access memory). Now this week we learned that the Samsung Galaxy S III headed to Japan will also feature 2 GB RAM. We don’t know when either of these models will make their way to the ... Read More »
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Rumors suggest that Verizon might have a one-month exclusive on Android 4.0 and the Galaxy Nexus in the US, but it appears Google’s next flagship device will soon be available on quite a few carriers across the globe. We just learned the Galaxy Nexus is coming to Canada and now NTT ... Read More »
Today, Japanese carrier Softbank introduced 9 new Android phones, one of them an Ice Cream Sandwich device. While most of these will probably not make it to many places outside of Japan, we thought you guys would be interested in seeing what some of these devices feature.
Japan is home to many Tech manufacturers, including the most Android-friendly Sony Ericsson. Many lost loved ones during and after the March 11 disaster in Japan, and we knew this catastrophe would hit Japan’s economy as a whole. Sony Ericsson has just reported its Q2 losses, and the company claims to still be suffering from ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most desired Android smartphones of 2011. Despite its popularity, this phone is yet to make it to the U.S. It’s been popping up everywhere around the world since its debut in Korea last April, but the U.S. is not getting any love ... Read More »