Just today we told readers that Samsung would be unveiling their newest Galaxy device on August 15. Ironically, benchmarks for the rumored Galaxy Note II seemed to have leaked into the wild, packing a quad-core Exynos 4412 processor with Mali-400 graphics, which is the same as the Galaxy S III . . . → Read More: Galaxy Note II benchmarks leaked in the wild?
With Samsung Electronics as the official sponsor of the 2012 Olympics in London, they’ve revealed a premium edition of the SGS3 (Samsung Galaxy S III) available to athletes and selected partners, possibly more. This limited edition of the Galaxy S 3 will be available for distributing thanks to Visa payWave, a Visa application for mobile payments. Mr . . . → Read More: Featured: Galaxy S3 2012 London Olympics Premium Edition Surfaces in Taiwan
An image of a new Samsung phone called Jasper (SCH-I200) has surfaced wearing Verizon and 4G LTE logos (actually, that’s 2 Verizon logos, both in front and back). The tweet also glanced at some of the device’s features including Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 (although the speed wasn’t mentioned), LTE connectivity, a WVGA (800 x 480) screen and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. . . . → Read More: Mid-range Samsung Jasper spotted with Verizon branding
Huawei, China’s renowned phone manufacturer has announced that their super-slim flagship Android device will be making it’s way to Vodafone UK from next month. Huawei has plans of launching the phone through multiple outlets in UK but Vodafone is the first lucky carrier. It will be available for free on Vodafone with contract of course starting from £26/month . . . → Read More: Featured: Huawei Ascend P1 Making Its Way To UK and Canada
In this great Android world of ours rumors can be like currency, the more rumors a company has swirling around them the more successful they seem to become. . . . → Read More: Featured: T-Mobile and HTC to add G3, Stock Android to their Line-up?
Philips is known mostly for their wide range of electronics and home appliances but they also dish out a smartphone once in a while. . . . → Read More: Featured: Philips W732 Android Phone Offers 10.5 Hours Of Web Browsing
The elusive black color variation of the HTC One S for T-Mobile has reared its head finally. . . . → Read More: Black HTC One S shows up with T-Mobile branding, not for public Consumption
The Australian carrier Telstra is readying the update to Jelly Bean 4.1.1 for both the HTC One XL and the One S. Of course, as normal, take this with a pinch of salt as carriers all over the world will be keen to assure customers that the update is coming. With no official word from HTC surrounding the updates to Jelly Bean it looks like Telstra may be plucking at strings here but, if anybody is to know about what’s coming to their phones it’s going to be them. . . . → Read More: Featured: HTC Working on Updates to The One XL and the One S
As somebody who lives in the UK myself, it’s interesting to see the differing models that come to my shores – especially since I work for an American Android blog. I also often find myself suffering from “CDMA Envy”, phones on Sprint like the O.G EVO long made me jealous here in the UK and please, don’t get me started on LTE – it’s been too long already, OFCOM you listening? The magicians at ZTE are one of the few manufacturers that the UK Carriers have in their pockets for instance, Orange will often have ZTE make exclusive handsets along with other carriers . . . → Read More: Featured: ZTE’s Grand X to Make Waves in UK Budget Market; With Stock ICS Onboard
It’s been a few months since the ITC decided on banning select Motorola Android devices. While the ITC mentioned the likes of the Google-powered Atrix, Xoom, Droid 2, etc., the exclusion covers all Motorola devices that infringe on Microsoft’s patents for email-based meeting scheduling. Motorola is working hard to keep these devices in the hands of US consumers, because the ruling doesn’t include stock they already have. . . . → Read More: Import ban on some select Motorola Android devices