Meizu MX3, for example, which is possibly the world's first smartphone to sport a large 128 GB internal storage.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for the year-old Samsung Galaxy S III was almost seen as a blessing until users started experiencing critical problems after installing it. Samsung UK has just issued an official statement that doesn't give much information about the issues but at least acknowledges it and promises to look into it.
Samsung isn't reluctant to do and is quite familiar with. Even when, at least in this case, the new wine skin appears to be quite expensive. Introducing the new Crystal Edition of the Galaxy S III Mini, which does nothing else except try hard at looking more sophisticated than what it really is.
LG announced the G Flex, dubbed a "true curved smartphone" back in October. The handset has been confirmed for those in South Korea as well we parts of Europe. And with LG not having offered any confirmation just yet, an FCC filing suggests the G Flex may arrive for those in the US. The filing is suggesting AT&T and T-Mobile support.
HTC One was the subject of frequent leaks. That handset was originally known as the HTC M7, and well, it is looking like the next-generation device is going down the same path. The handset has been dubbed the HTC M8 and going all the way back to mid-July we were hearing reports of how this is expected to be an HTC flagship device for 2014.
Nexus 5 are amongst the lucky few to be running Android 4.4 Kit Kat at the moment, however that doesn't seem to have stopped some from tinkering. With that in mind, we have already seen details about how work has begun on CyanogenMod 11, which is based on Kit Kat -- and now it looks like an unofficial release has been made available for the Nexus 5.
Motorola officially announced the Moto G at an event that took place in Brazil earlier in the week. The event included details on the hardware and software as well as the pricing and even a bit about the availability. Motorola has the Moto G launching with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, and while they promised a Kit Kat update by January, it looks like some markets will see the handset launch with Android 4.4.
Nokia's abandoned projects and employees, releases its first smartphone in two weeks' time. While the device runs its own mobile platform, called Sailfish OS, it might be interesting even to Android users on both a hardware and software perspective.