Samsung has taken the world by storm over the last several years, with a big helping hand from their unique brand of Galaxy Note products. Utilizing Wacom technology to create the most advanced touchscreen pen-enabled experience available, every device to bear the name “Note” so far has been a smash success. Today, Samsung has announced ... Read More »
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At what point does a phone make the transition into a tablet with calling capabilities? 5-inches? 5.5, 5.8, 6.3? Apparently Samsung is keen on figuring this out, with recent rumors suggesting the company plans on releasing a 5.8-inch phone that will fit nicely between the 5.5-inch Note II, and rumored 6.3-inch Note III.
Despite having ... Read More »
LG Optimus G Pro leak hints at final design, 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core S4 Pro, 3,000 mAh battery
The LG Optimus G (and its many variants) is currently one of the best Android-powered smartphones on the market, but a new leak suggests that LG plans to eclipse its current flagship device with a new Optimus G Pro. According to the leaked slide, the LG Optimus G pro will feature a 5-inch 1,920 x ... Read More »
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The rumor mill continues to churn out information on soon to be released products today. SamMobile, who has a very good track record with Samsung related rumors, claims they have “confirmed” a complete spec list for the unannounced Galaxy Note 8 set to be released at Mobile World Congress.
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It’s been a little over a week since we last wrote about the rumored HTC M7, but we already have some new details about the handset that paint it in a very positive light. The new details from Unwired View match up nicely with what we reported last time and give us a closer ... Read More »
According to company officials and part suppliers, Samsung is speeding up its work on the Samsung Galaxy S IV which they claim will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February. The design of the handset will maintain the “rectangle shape with rounded corners concept” Samsung used with the Galaxy S III this year, but ... Read More »
While most of us were focused on all the new phones released this week at Mobile World Congress, the HTCdev team took the opportunity to release four new APIs that tie into the OpenSense SDK. Application developers can now tap into new features on HTC phones and take advantage of some of the advanced functionality ... Read More »
It’s no secret that Android is the star of the party at Mobile World Congress this year. Most of us are caught up in all the news about new devices, but Google’s Andy Rubin has taken a little time out of his busy day to share some new statistics about the Android ecosystem. In ... Read More »
The HTC Media Link isn’t anything new. While most people missed the product announcement last year at Mobile World Congress, the original Media Link was a simple WiFi adapter which enabled users to stream music, pictures and video via DLNA to their HD TV. But the new HTC Media Link HD has a few tricks ... Read More »
The HTC One V rounds out HTC’s smartphone announcements today in Barcelona. Unlike the HTC One X and HTC One S, the One V is considered a mid-range device, expected to have mass market appeal due to its size, features and what’s expected to be a low price. The handset’s specifications include a 1GHz processor, ... Read More »