The Huawei Mate 10 has been leaked before, but these are the clearest renders we’ve seen yet. The device is shown with a squared off metal frame, rounded edges on the back (which is likely to be made of glass), and two camera bumps. At the ... Read More »
After introducing us to the LG G3 Stylus in 2014, LG today took the wraps off of a new stylus-toting Android smartphone.
Phones with big screens seem to be a big trend in mobile lately, with companies like Motorola, Samsung, LG, and more all launching handsets with screens that range in size from 5.5 to 5.9 inches. Well today a newcomer topped them by announcing a phone with a 6.33-inch screen.
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Events are underway at Mobile World Congress 2015 with Huawei the first to kick things off on what promises to be a full day of mobile announcements.
Huawei didn’t elect to start small either with the 7-inch MediaPad X2 kicking things off. Despite the “Pad” name, the MediaPad X2 falls into the phablet ... Read More »
AT&T has announced that it will sell Samsung’s Galaxy Mega 2 beginning on October 24. The Galaxy Mega line was spawned out of a desire for phablet-sized mid-range devices that wouldn’t break the bank. AT&T picked them up in the US and must have found some success, because it’s back for a second ... Read More »
Looks like the ZMAX isn’t the only phablet that ZTE’s got up its sleeve.
ZTE today announced the Grand X Max, a new phablet for Cricket Wireless. The ZTE Grand X Max is even larger than its ZMAX sibling, touting a 6-inch display with a resolution of 1280×720. Yeah, it’s ... Read More »
Phablets are all the rage in the smartphone world as of late. Heck, even Apple has finally jumped on the bandwagon. Today ZTE unveiled its latest phablet effort, a device known as the ZMAX that’s headed to T-Mobile in the US.
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Samsung is expected to introduce a new member of its Galaxy Note family of smartphones soon, but it looks like Sammy isn’t the only company with a stylus-toting phablet in its pipeline.