we reported some leaked pictures of the flagship One X, but now we have a full gallery of the 4.3" One S too so check them out below.
Mobile World Congress officially kicks off on Sunday but we are slowly starting to see plenty of leaks and details this past week. Today another leak has just revealed two upcoming smartphones for Verizon Wireless and most likely they'll be 4G LTE phones. The DROID Fighter and LG Cayman have both broke cover and are coming in the next month or two.
Galaxy S III will not be revealed at this years Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Spain we can't help but wonder when we'll see more. With a few random leaks and the GT-9300 appearing on Samsung's download center we now have another leak suggesting something totally different -- or that the Galaxy S III could be a disappointment.
DROID 3. For starters, no this is not Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and merely just maintenance updates. So far we haven't heard reports of an update or a soak (beta) test for these updates but they have leaked and are available now for those interested.
Transformer Prime TF201 Android tablet, and are set to release a budget 7" slate later in Q2. New leaks today however have us wondering if we'll be seeing a third slate from them this year. New images of what is being called the ASUS TF300T have leaked. Is ASUS preparing a new Eee Pad Transformer to replace the original, and be priced under the Prime? More details below.
Samsung Galaxy S III already but the new reports have me pretty excited. Talk of a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor and 12 megapixel camera to name a few. We've seen some overly outrageous rumors but these sound more reasonable. All that goodness might be coming this April too. Who's excited now?
Ice Cream Sandwich called the HTC Primo.
Casio Commando G'zOne rugged smartphone last year that was able to handle all of the elements, but now they appear to be kicking things up a notch.
GSMarena we now have a full 2012 roadmap that has leaked with a list of Sony's upcoming device expected launch dates, codenames, and pricing. Obviously this is only a roadmap and many things are likely to change but lets check it out and break down the possibilities.