While we've all been busy at CES, including the folks from Pantech and Verizon, somewhere a nice new image has leaked to our friend at @evleaks showing an impressive new smartphone coming soon. A new device being called the
While news from those Chinese companies like ZTE might be few and far between, they've still been busy working on their own flagship powerhouse smartphones to take on the competition. Today we've learned that ZTE's new quad-core
When it comes to an actual smartphone, how big is too big? All jokes aside today we are seeing a brand new device from Huawei that can only be described as ridiculously large. The unknown 8.5-inch prototype smartphone has
What do we have here? Another smartphone manufacturer looking to get into the truly HD world of 1080p smartphones. Ever since the DROID DNA blasted onto the scene we've been hearing reports and rumors from just about everyone.
Add another full 1920 x 1080p HD smartphone to the growing list we've reported on over the past 2-3 weeks. Today we're seeing some leaked details of an unannounced and upcoming quad-core powerhouse with a 1080p HD display from
It looks like just about every manufacturer in the game is dipping their feet into the 1080p HD screen waters lately. We've heard reports or seen leaks from just about everyone since HTC first released their 1080p DROID DNA.
LG has been making some serious progress in the mobile front as of late. With their highly impressive Optimus G selling quite well, to their new LG Nexus 4 we all know plenty about. Back in November we reported the LG Optimus G2
Sony is breaking the mold from its typical product suite with a new smartphone that it claims will be very affordable. If there's one thing Sony is not known for, it's making cheap products. Sony's new phone will be called the
Smartphones with quad-core processors and massive 5-inch 1920 x 1080p full HD displays are going to be the talk of 2013. HTC's already released their DROID DNA, and reports of similar offerings have came from Samsung, LG, and a
Whoa! If you thought quad-core smartphones were already overkill, then next year you'll surely be singing the same tune. The popular Chinese company ZTE apparently has plans to release their own flagship beast of a smartphone