BlackBerry on Tuesday has announced what it describes as the world’s most secure smartphone, the DTEK50 (who names these things?).
It may be several years behind schedule but Lenovo has finally gotten around to creating its Windows-based smartphone.
Meizu’s next smartphone, the Meizu MX6, is expected to launch later this month but thanks to a series of leaks, we already know what to expect both in terms of aesthetics and hardware specifications.
The latest Apple spy photo offers the clearest look yet at what may very well be the reverse of the upcoming iPhone 7.
Smartphones have become an essential part of our lives and for millions, an addiction. Don’t believe me? Perhaps the latest study on the matter will make you a believer.
Samsung has issued earnings guidance for the second quarter of 2016 that forecasts its largest profits in more than two years.
Budget handset maker Blu Products has unveiled a new smartphone that addresses a major concern among today’s buyers: battery life.
BlackBerry is finally letting go of the past. The Canadian handset maker said on Tuesday that it will no longer manufacture the BlackBerry Classic, a retro-styled smartphone released a couple of years ago.
Huawei is set to unveil its next flagship smartphone, the Honor 8, later this month but that may not be the only new phone from Huawei in the near future.
Google’s Nexus line of consumer electronics is well-known at this point. Having released its first device – the Nexus One smartphone – in 2010, Google has since expanded the brand which now encompasses a number of smartphones, tablets, and digital…
The cost of a new smartphone has dropped significantly over the past several years although if you’re only shopping in the flagship market, you may be blind to this fact. If you look around, you’ll find several quality handsets from…
Those hoping for a total revamp of the iPhone this fall will be sorely disappointed according to sources familiar with the matter as reported by The Wall Street Journal.
There are literally thousands of smartphones to choose from at this point but they all generally follow the same design guidelines – a rectangular slab of metal / plastic / glass. Innovation has slowed tremendously over the last several years…
Lenovo’s Motorola on Thursday said goodbye to the Moto X branding at Tech World 2016. In its place is a new line – the Moto Z – that’s debuting with two flagships, the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force. …
The next batch of flagship smartphones are expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 823 SoC. Leading the pack, if rumors pan out, could be Chinese-based smartphone manufacturer LeEco (formerly Letv).
Samsung’s next Galaxy Note smartphone is set to arrive in a few months (perhaps sooner) and now, we’ve got a pretty good idea of what it’ll look like.
OnePlus will officially unveil the OnePlus 3 on June 14th at 12.30pm EDT through a virtual reality experience, similar to the launch of the company's last-generation flagship. The handset will then be available to purchase without an invite shortly thereafter.
Sirin Labs has delivered on its promise to announce a ludicrously expensive smartphone with "military-grade security" today, revealing the 'Solarin' accompanied by a £9,500 pre-tax price tag (around US$14,000).
Few mobile devices are as iconic as Motorola’s Razr V3. Originally released in the third quarter of 2004, the impossibly thin flip phone was an instant hit in the pre-smartphone era. Motorola ultimately sold more than 130 million units, making…
Consumers have been fascinated with the possibility of a foldable smartphone for years. Companies like LG and Samsung have demonstrated time and again that flexible display technology does exist but how exactly to implement them into devices with other non-bendable…
Smartphones have introduced billions of people to the world of photography, the majority of which would likely have never picked up a camera otherwise. In fact, the top five most popular cameras on Flickr are all smartphones.
Motorola appears to be the next major handset maker to adopt an all-metal design. After an image of a prototype leaked back in December, we’re now being treated to a handful of renderings that show an all-new look for the…
According to the latest report from reliable leaker Evan Blass, the next pair of Nexus devices will be built by HTC, internally codenamed 'M1' and 'S1'. These two handsets will launch running Android N later this year.
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei said back in February that his company plans to release its next flagship smartphone by the end of the second quarter, or in other words, by the end of June.
Apple is reportedly looking to the past for inspiration in designing future iPhones.