Aside from a brief appearance late last year with mid-range F3 and A3 smartphones, BenQ has been relatively silent. Now the manufacturer is trying to revive its position and name by outing two new LTE-enabled smartphones for Taiwan's population.
Those who have been quite concerned about recent breaches in security and privacy might be well aware of one of a kind devices like FreedomPop's "Snowden Phone" and Silent Circle's Blackphone. This latter device, which saw quite an uptake after it was unveiled at MWC last February, will be shipping in three weeks, giving its soon-to-be owners access to the company's famous Silent app suite right out of the box.
If you have pined for Sony's high-end Xperia Z2 but didn't have the cash to invest in one, then this latest smartphone might be the next best thing. The Xperia T3 may sport comparatively lower hardware, but Sony promises that it will still feel and look like a premium device all the same.
Giving budget-conscious buyers something new to look at, BLU Products is launching the latest member of its Life smartphone series. The BLU Life 8 sports hardware you'd expect from budget devices, but its fancy color options might make people take a second look.
Remember the smarpthone that took 9 hours to make? Well, it's back. Gresso has put out another series of luxury phones, this time with the new Gresso Radical Black Edition sporting a new PVD coating and an even more expensive price tag.
Images posted to HTC’s Weibo account hint at a new device, which promises to be fashionable. The handset is aesthetically reminiscent of the older One (which had several variants), but there is no information accompanying it to give hard details on what we’re getting.
Motorola, who have seen a downward trend in recent years, have risen once again. This time, their European market share is showing promise, as they’ve been found to have a 6% market share in the UK. While their recent Moto X flagship altered the way many think of Android devices, it seems their mid-tier Moto G is to thank for the European uptick.
Just a week after it made splashes in MWC 2014, LG has officially announced the arriveal of the LG L90. Billed as the premier model in its new line of budget smartphones, the L90 tries to combine premium features with budget hardware and an equally affordable price tag.
Trying to spread the LTE love further down its device line, LG has announced the F70 at MWC 2014. But more than just an LTE-powered device, this mid-range device was designed with users who are new to the smartphone scene in mind.