With the announcement of the Samsung Hennessy in Chinese markets, we began to wonder about the other rumored flip phone that was to come out this year. Now it's finally here, but with a slightly different name. Introducing the Samsung's Galaxy Golden, touted as Korea's first premium flip phone.
Last week, we got word that Alcatel is preparing to add some new smartphones in its catalog. Now we get to see some actual photos as well as other bits of information from a hands-on peek of Alcatel's One Touch Idol Mini and One Touch Scribe Pro.
The European Imaging and Sound Association or EISA has released the awardees of its famed European EISA Awards. And dominating the Mobile Devices category are not one or two, but four Android devices out of six mobile devices in total.
Alcatel might ring a bell for some but it's not a name one would immediately associate with Android smartphones in the US. Still, it has managed to make its presence known this year with a few of its smartphones from its One Touch line. It seems that the company is getting ready to unveil yet another device that takes on a note-taking flavor.
The figures for the second quarter of 2013 are almost all in and now it's Gartner's time to speak. Based on their findings, Gartner concludes that for the first time, smartphone sales have surpassed feature phone sales. And who else would be at top of the charts but the Android OS.
It's finally here and it's everything the rumors said it would and a bit more. Samsung has just unveiled its latest flip phone model, the Samsung SCH-W789 Hennessy, and it has exactly the specs that have been rumored so far, which could be a good or bad thing, depending on who you ask.
We recently got wind of Verizon's smartphone line up for the month of August which includes the HTC One at the end of the month. It seems that Big Red is planning on refreshing its catalog in September with a bunch of budget phones such as the Kyocera Hydro Elite and the LG Enact.
The highly secretive regime of North Korea is known for doing things its own way and relying only on its own resources as much as it can. Its IT industry is no exception so it doesn't come as a surprise that we are now hearing reports of a smartphone being made in the country.
As expected, manufacturers and tech companies are lining up for their share of the spotlight at the upcoming IFA trade show in Berlin next month. The latest to join the fray is a relatively unknown Chinese manufacturer who is expected to unveil the world's thinnest smartphone: the Umeox X5.