Apple has sent out invitations to an event next week. While these don't explicitly state that the company is going to be unveiling a new smartphone, they drop a very unsubtle hint.
It looks like another Samsung Galaxy smartphone will be landing at Verizon Wireless, though the Galaxy Stallar won't offer all the bells and whistles like Sammy's latest flagship model, the Galaxy S III, its $100 price tag might get some tongues wagging.
At this point, there have been enough leaks that it's a safe bet that the next-generation iPhone is going to have a larger screen than its predecessor. A new set of pictures show how much bigger.
LG has just taken the wraps off its latest flagship handset, the Optimus G, and from the spec list it looks like it will be among the first to feature both a quad-core processor and 4G LTE.
With last week bringing rumors of a follow-up to the Motorola Droid RAZR, more details have now surfaced about this device, revealing everything from its processor to its price tag.
With iPhone 5 rumors heating up, as its supposed September announcement nears, a new report claims that LG Display has started mass production of a new thinner display that is widely expected to be featured in Apple's next-generation smartphone.
A new Android-powered smartphone has landed at U.S. Cellular, as the carrier has just begun selling the QWERTY keyboard-equipped Samsung Galaxy Metrix 4G online, with the smartphone set to hit retail stores on Friday.
Here's a piece of advice you won't hear very often: don't buy a smartphone from Apple. If you do, you'll be cheating yourself.
The previously-rumored release date of August 19 for the Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE, an Android smartphone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard from Sprint, was officially confirmed by the carrier today.
Keynote Competitive Research shared results of its nationwide mobile user survey, revealing important insights depicting consumer mobile web experiences.
Nokia has a successor to the Lumia 800 in the pipeline, codenamed Nokia Phi, and the Windows Phone 8 handset will reportedly be released in the last week of October.
The AT&T version of HTC's flagship device just became much more affordable. The One X, previously selling for $200 with a two-year contract, is now going for half that.
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