The Nexus 6 has almost become mythical at this point as some sources claim it’s going to arrive this fall, while others say it will be 2015. We may not know what lies under the hood, but we can speculate on the Nexus 6 design by taking a look at some of the concepts from the past few months.
We cover a lot of phones from famous brands like Samsung and Sony, but occasionally a new company comes along and catches our attention like OnePlus did earlier this year. The Takee 1 is a name you won’t recognize, but it’s an interesting smartphone that could give the 3D Fire Phone a run for its money.
“Prime” has been a word that’s been thrown around a lot this year in the smartphone world, and we’ve yet to see a company release one of the rumored powerhouses. That’s about to change as LG is gearing up to finally release the LG G3 Prime on July 25.
The HTC One M8 is HTC’s flagship handset of 2014, but the company still has several devices in the pipeline including the HTC Eye and HTC Butterfly 2. Details have been sparse in terms of when we might see the smartphones, but today we got some new information on both devices release dates.
Remember that HP Red tablet we told you about? Well, it turns out that isn’t the only tablet HP is working on. A new leak has the company working on not one, but three new tablets although they aren’t nearly as intriguing as the Red.
Virgin Mobile isn’t a name that rings out as much as AT&T or Verizon in the states, but they are bolstering their smartphone lineup with four new Android devices according to a new leak that’s just hit the web.
Sites like AnTuTu and GFXbench provide a wealth of information on unannounced products, and an interesting one showed up a few days ago from an unlikely source. HP is apparently testing a new tablet with the codename HP Red, and it’s shaping up to be a beastly slate. The HP Red has surfaced on the…
The Moto X quickly gained a fan base when it was released due to the price tag and customization features. The Moto X+1 is set to make its debut sometime this year, but Motorola isn’t done with the X quite yet as they are offering a limited time sale that allows you to grab the handset with a $100-125 discount.
We told you about some unannounced smartphones from Sammy that were set to be released before the end of the year, and this evening they dropped another one with the Samsung Galaxy Star Advance. Will the new handset be the star of Samsung’s lineup or is it just another mid-range schlub of a device?
Microsoft is undergoing some major restructuring in their smartphone division, and it looks like those 18,000 jobs, and Android Nokia devices aren’t the only cuts being made. The rumor mill never stops churning and today we learned the company may be cancelling another device called the McLaren smartphone.