Virgin Mobile USA has announced their latest Android smartphone. The handset is the Kyocera Event and it joins the pre-paid device lineup with a price point of just $79.99. Of course, given the low contract-free price, one may come to the assumption that the specs are not what could be described as high-end. Truth be told, that would be true, but remember -- the point here is a low handset price and a low monthly price. And to achieve that, you sometimes need a trade-off.
Samsung's upcoming and highly anticipated flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S IV. The March 14th date has been tossed around a few times, then again reported this afternoon by the highly respected Eldar Murtazin on Twitter. Now according to The Verge that date is 'definitely' the day they'll unveil the new device, and possibly even the Galaxy Note 8.0 too.
HTC Twitter account, they've been posting up teaser images for their upcoming Android smartphone for weeks. The HTC One (previously called the M7) will be unveiled and announced to the world tomorrow at their event, and we'll be there live. However a teaser image posted today by @HTC could also be teasing a tablet is in the works too.
CES time! As you all know this is where we'll see the latest and greatest consumer electronics of all types, shapes and sizes. We'll be focusing heavily on Android obviously, and we have a lot planned so get ready for some fun.
Google I/O 2013 will begin on May 15th and run for 3 days again this year, wrapping up on the 17th. This is Google's biggest event of the year where will learn about the next version of Android, Key Lime Pie, and much much more.
Verizon will be unveiling their next big smartphone. We say big because most likely come November 13th in NYC at 11 AM EST they'll be announcing and showing the world their new HTC DROID DNA. The 5-inch 1080p quad-core smartphone we've been dying to hear more about. More details after the break.
Android event on Monday in New York City where we'd be seeing multiple new devices from the Mountain View company, but we have some bad news this afternoon. We can confirm that Google has indeed canceled their Android event scheduled for Monday, October 29th due to Hurricane Sandy.
T-Mobile has just issued event invites for a product "launch party" on October 29th. Now the first thing that comes to mind is the possibility of them being the LG Nexus 4 launch partner.
LG Nexus 4 smartphone, we can't forget about Google's popular Nexus 7 tablet. There's been multiple rumors pointing to a few different routes Google will take with their tablet. From a 3G capable device, 32GB of storage replacing the 16GB model, and even a $99 Nexus 7. Today however the 3G model has appeared on a retailers website.
Google has just reached out and pinged us with a quick event invite set for later this month. It looks like we'll soon officially get introduced to the LG Nexus 4, and possibly even the 32GB Nexus 7 that has been floating around for the past few weeks. Check out the invite below.