Two Windows Phone 8 handsets, the Nokia Lumia 810 and the HTC 8X, are now available from T-Mobile for $150 and $200, respectively.
T-Mobile has just become the second U.S. telecom to introduce an Android 4.1 upgrade for its version of the Samsung Galaxy S III.
The Galaxy Note II is big, powerful, and a perfect match for power users. Check out Brighthand's video review to learn more.
Google's latest addition to its smartphone lineup, the LG Nexus 4, went on sale today and proved to be extremely popular in the U.S., despite its lack of 4G LTE connectivity, selling out from the Google Play store within minutes.
Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Stratosphere II will be available in the coming weeks from Verizon Wireless. The 4-inch handset will offer a full sliding QWERTY keyboard and a 1.2GHz dual-core processor.
AT&T has revealed more details on a pair of HTC smartphones it is going to have on the market before the week is out: the HTC One X+ and One VX.
With new leaks and rumors about the HTC Droid DNA at an almost daily occurrence, Verizon has decided to stop playing coy. It has posted a mention of this upcoming smartphone on one of its sites.
Staying true to its word, Sony has started taking pre-orders for an unlocked version of the water and dust-resistant Xperia Advance in the U.S., giving smartphone users a rugged alternative to the delicate devices that currently flood the market.
AT&T has joined the roster of telecoms offering Samsung's popular phablet, the Galaxy Note II. This device has a 5.5-inch screen and comes with apps designed to make pen-based input easy.
Two of Verizon's Windows Phone 8 smartphones, the HTC 8X and the Nokia Lumia 822, are now available for preorder and will ship on November 13.
The Apple iPhone 4S was unseated by the Samsung Galaxy S III as the world's best-selling smartphone for the third quarter of 2012, with the South Korean manufacturer shipping 18 million units of the handset worldwide.
Almost 8 weeks after it launched, those buying an iPhone 5 face a long wait. Investors are starting to become concerned that this is a sign there's something wrong at the company.
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