Sony. The device has leaked in a series of pictures, and the device is going by the name Xperia S39h and will most likely be headed to China. Sony and their latest Xperia Z and ZL devices have been quite popular, so we're interested in hearing more about a smaller 4.3-inch device like what we see below.
GALAXY S 4, even though the device is already available worldwide and on most US carriers. So what are these rumors? Talks of a GALAXY S 4 Zoom with a 16 megapixel camera, the GALAXY S 4 Active, and now reports of a new blue color variation. Samsung isn't slowing down anytime soon.
Xperia Z. That smartphone promised to be able to survive complete submersion in water and offered nice features as well. One of those features was a full HD resolution five-inch display.
Xiaomi might not be exactly what we'd call a household name in the U.S. smartphone market, but over in China the company has quite the following, and releases some pretty stellar hardware at great prices. We've seen plenty in the past, but their latest device that was leaked today is aiming bigger than most, and comes in ridiculously affordable at just $130 according to reports.
received our first glance at this mystery handset from the folks at LG, which many believe to be the LG Optimus G2, and today we're getting another up close view at what could even be the next Nexus smartphone. The popular Twitter account @evleaks has once again delivered and posted another photo of this unannounced device, and we're still left wondering what exactly LG has planned.
Ubuntu Touch on Android has been a slow but steady mystery. Canonical currently offers plenty of pre-release beta or even alpha builds of their software for Android devices like the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, and others. However, today Canonical's own Rick Spencer promises to have stable "daily-driver" builds of Ubuntu Touch for smartphones by the end of the month.
HTC One you'd probably agree with us that the smartphone is pretty impressive. Today HTC has just released a new TV ad spot that trashes on the competition, and throws dirt all over their weak features. With HTC touting their Blinkfeed news front and center, these ads show why their smartphone is better than the rest.