LG is one of the few major manufacturers that has yet to unveil their flagship for 2015, but we don’t have much longer to wait. That said, the leaks aren’t going to stop and a new one confirms a previous rumor regarding the LG G4 specs.
Last month, we showed you an upcoming handset from Oppo that was one of the more interesting looking devices we’ve seen. It’s called the Oppo R7, and it’s just popped up to say hello to the camera again.
Lava’s Iris lineup is growing, and the most recent member of its family was just announced for India. It’s called the Lava Iris X1 Atom, and it’s a sharp looking handset that won’t break the bank with a price tag of Rs. 4,444.
Windows phones haven’t become nearly as popular as their iOS or Android counterparts, but more companies are starting to produce Windows-based handsets. Microsoft announced new hardware partners back in February of last year, and while things have been slow, we may be getting our first look at an LG Windows phone bound for Verizon.
The Huawei P8 release date and specs have been floating around the internet for months, and today those rumors and renders finally came to an end. Huawei is holding an event to unveil their new devices, and first up is their flagship, the Huawei P8.
BLU generally doesn’t launch their smartphones with a lot of fanfare, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t worth your time. The company’s latest handset has just arrived in the Microsoft Store, and it’s called the BLU Win HD LTE.
Xiaomi has a lot of their customers chomping at the bit to see what they produce next, and the company is set to show something “Global” off at the end of the month in India. We know it will be a smartphone of sorts, and we may have just gotten our first look at it with the Xiaomi Mi 4i benchmarks.
Samsung has produced more handsets than we can count or keep up with, and their Grand lineup has generally been popular wherever its landed. If you live in the states, you probably don’t own the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime, but you’ll be able to pick one up soon if you choose to go through Cricket.
It’s safe to say a lot of budget handsets make their way through our site, and while we try to not refer to them as cheap, some are just that – in a good way. The Lenovo A1900 price has just been announced at $60, which makes it one of the cheapest Android handsets money can buy.
Just a few short days ago we told you about a new Oppo smartphone that passed through certification in China. What a difference a couple of days make. While we usually don’t see phones released this quickly, Oppo has just made the Oppo A31 official with a nice price tag of $160.
Whenever we come across a phone with a big battery, we tend to show it some love as nobody likes carrying a brick in their pocket. The Lenovo P70 is one such device, and while it was announced for China, we hoped to see it roll out to other regions. Well, that’s happened today as the Lenovo P70 price in India has been announced along with the release date.