Each year we see countless smartphones released in the East that folks in the West can never get their hands on. Chinese smartphones are slowly making their way to the US and UK, but there are still plenty of regional devices we’d like see abroad. If you live in the states, and wanted to snag the HTC Butterfly 2, today is your lucky day as Expansys now has the smartphone up for sale.
The iPhone 6 is getting ready to make an appearance in the UK, North America and several other locales, but what if your region weren’t on that list? It’s not fun to be left out of a new product release, and if you’re chomping at the bit to get your hands on the iPhone 6 have no fear as the second wave of handsets is set to roll out on September 26.
Samsung’s Galaxy Grand lineup has proved popular in some parts of the world and it looks like another version of the handset it one the way. New photos have emerged, and the Galaxy Grand Prime specs appear to show a selfie-centric smartphone.
BlackBerry is set to launch several new devices before the years out, and while the BlackBerry Passport has gotten a lot of attention, the BlackBerry Classic has a lot of fans. If you dig the old-school BlackBerry, you’ll appreciate the new Blackberry Classic photos that have just hit the net.
Sony unveiled the Xperia Z3 last week at IFA, and while it’s an incremental upgrade over the Z2, it’s still a top-tier handset. The Sony Xperia Z3 India release date has been announced, and it’s coming to the country on September 19.
Flexible displays that can truly bend are still a ways off, but LG and Samsung showed us what was possible with the Samsung Round and LG G Flex. According to a new report, the latter has a follow-up in the works and the LG G Flex 2 is set to arrive sometime this year.
It’s been about a year since Oppo released their N1 flagship with its massive screen and slick rotating camera. A few other devices have arrived since then, but we haven’t heard anything about the N1’s successor… until now.
The iPhone 6 is gearing up for pre-orders around the globe, and if you’re in the states you’ve got a choice between AT&T, Verizon or Apple at the moment. With that in mind, we’re going to take a quick look at each carrier and give you the lowdown on what to expect.
It’s official, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus exist, and they’ll be in the hands of millions of folks next week. Not everyone is thrilled with the new iPhone 6 Plus though, as some have deemed it a little too large for their liking. Well, we’re going to take a look at the size of the iPhone 5S vs. iPhone 6 Plus and hopefully it makes your choice a bit easier.