The Samsung Galaxy S IV and the HTC One have emerged as two of the best Android smartphones to be released this year. Which one reigns supreme?» Read Article
Google announced during the the Google I/O keynote today that it will unshackle the Samsung Galaxy S IV and will be releasing a stock Android version of the device.
The popular BBM service will be making the jump to both iOS and Android this summer.
BBC consumer reports show Watchdog will be airing a segment next week on the discrepancies between the advertised storage on the Samsung Galaxy S IV and what users actually get.
The 5.5-inch LG Optimus G Pro is now available in the US on AT&T's networks for $200 subsidized with a two-year contract.
Recent rumblings suggest that Google may have abandoned development of the X Phone, instead handing the project off to be developed solely by Motorola.
According to a recent Wall Street Journal report, one of the smartphones that Amazon has in the works will feature a glasses-free 3D display.
As more people rely on their smartphones as their cameras, Samsung is rumored to release a photo-centric version of the Galaxy S4 that will feature a 16-megapixel camera.
While Sony released the unlocked version of the Xperia ZL in the U.S. earlier this year, the company has now begun selling its premium cousin, the Xperia Z, stateside.
Images of an unknown LG smartphone were leaked on the @evleaks Twitter account recently, revealing a large device with a front that is devoid of physical keys.
The Samsung Galaxy Core, the rumored low-end follow up to the Galaxy S IV, was officially revealed by the company earlier today.
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Recent reports suggest that LG and Google will be partnering up once again for another Nexus-branded smartphone.
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