HTC building and releasing another One smartphone, only this one will sport an 8-core processor. We know the quad-core model is fast, and the quad-core HTC One Max will be too, but I'm sure plenty of you would be interested in an Octa-core model of the flagship smartphone.
Author: Cory Gunther
T-Mobile and Google announced the Android-powered G1 smartphone by HTC. The first Android smartphone ever to be released to the public. For a little throwback Monday, here's our T-Mobile G1 Review. Isn't that chin a beauty? We think so!
Galaxy S4 by a company called CM4. Read on to see what we thought, and if we'd use it daily.
LG G2 smartphone sure is impressive. We loved nearly everything about the 5.2-inch quad-core flagship smartphone in our full G2 Review. However, one area that always seemed to bother us was the screen brightness, and thanks to several comments and XDA threads, we know we're not alone. Thankfully there's many custom apps in the Play Store to fix this, so we figured we'd mention one.
AT&T made a rather surprising announcement and revealed they'd be offering the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini for just a dollar with a new 2-year contract. Yes, the Galaxy S III Mini, not the S4 Mini. It was a shock to many, but now that the device is up for pre-order (and ships tomorrow) we've learned some important details about the specs under the hood.
Galaxy Note 3 earlier this month there was countless reports regarding multiple different models in the works. At one point rumors suggested four different variants, but after their event we only saw two. The quad-core Snapdragon 800 powered LTE flavor, and Samsung's own 8-core version. However, two more might actually still be coming.
Blackberry. Well we can say goodbye officially considering we all have known this was coming for quite some time. Not to mention the earnings report last week showing nearly $1 billion in loss, things weren't looking too good. Just hitting the wires is news that BlackBerry has been acquired by a Canadian Financial company for the tune of $4.7 billion.
Samsung electronics to manufacture and build millions of new metal smartphone casings, which many believe are for the new Galaxy S5.
KitKat. At this point KitKat has already been confirmed, so all we need now is to actually see it. Below is a few new photos that hit the web courtesy of 9to5Google reportedly showing the white notification bar colors, and a redesigned pile of Google applications.
Nokia and their Android aspirations, confirming they had a few Android Lumia smartphone prototypes in the works. Today though news has arrived that they weren't just working on a couple of prototypes, but actually have over 10,000 Android smartphones codenamed "Mountain View" already built. Which was set to be a budget-friendly Android smartphone and a plan B for if (when) Windows Phone didn't pan out.