There isn't much talk about devices with hardware keyboards these days, however it looks like Motorola has one in the works. If the details that have come along with these leaked images are accurate -- it looks like we are
Almost like fashion, it seems that smartphone form factors of old are making a comeback, from Samsung's Hennessy and Galaxy Golden flip phones to Verizon's newly released LG Enact. Now even Motorola is rumored to be taking a
After hearing plenty of rumors about it, the Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II has finally been confirmed for a Verizon launch. Verizon announced the phone today in a News Center post, revealing that it will be available "in the
If you're in the market for low priced budget smartphone that has some quality specs and a hardware keyboard, we might have one for you. Samsung's added another device to their ever expanding lineup on T-Mobile with the new
Meet the latest 4G LTE smartphone to hit the market. while it's carrier might not have 4G LTE in too many cities yet, the phone is ready to go so lets take a peek. This is the Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE. It has a nice 5 row QWERTY
We previously heard that the Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE might be launching on August 19, and today the company confirmed it. The Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE will be available starting on Sunday, August 19, and will set you back $200.
It looks like the QWERTY slide-out keyboard hasn't completely died away yet, just like flip phones sadly haven't either. Today we are seeing another QWERTY slider headed to the market soon, apparently for those folks on T-Mobile.
A brand new device from the folks at Motorola has leaked this weekend. This device for now doesn't have many details to go along with it, but the picture shows us enough to certainly be interested. This Motorola QWERTY slider
If you're a fan of LG smartphones it looks like another one of their upcoming handsets has leaked today along with a few specs. This phone is being called the LG Cayenne and comes with a full out 5-row QWERTY keyboard along with
As someone who has personally tried to teach basic operation of a DROID 3 to a septuagenarian, let me tell you, it's not an experience to be relished. Despite manufacturer's claims to "Simplify" the admittedly complex Android