Is your iPhone too small? You may want to pick up something a bit larger, say, the new Kogan Agora. This device sports a 5-inch screen, dual core processor, dual cameras, bluetooth, GPS, and Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The Agora will also include 512MB …
ZTE today announced its latest Android smartphone, the 5-inch Nubia Z5. Details are pretty much everything that has been leaked over the last few week, including a 1920 x 1080 pixel IPS display. Specs for the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean handset include a 1.5GHz quad-core …
Samsung has today introduced another Android-based smartphone, this time in the form of a 5-inch Galaxy Grand. Offered in both single-SIM (GT-I9080) and dual-SIM (GT-I9082) versions, the handset will likely find its home in European and or Asian markets. Details include a 5-inch WVGA (480×800) display, …
Details on the official CES website tell us that ZTE will announce a new 5-inch smartphone on January 8. Touted as the new flagship handset for the Chinese manufacturer, the Grand S is expected to be the thinnest 5-inch 1080p handset in the world. With …
Oppo has become the latest smartphone maker to introduce a 5-inch Android device, this in the form a the Find 5. Headed for China and the United States, the device features some fairly impressive details including a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset, 2GB RAM, a …
Not to be outdone by others, Chinese handset maker ZTE is getting in on the 5-inch smartphone game. The details and render of an upcoming Nubia Z5 have been spotted online, thanks to a leak directly from the company’s PR team. Set to arrive in …
We’re about one week away from putting together one of the worst kept secrets in Android; HTC and Verizon have an event scheduled for November 13. The two are sending out invitations to a private New York press conference next week where we will see …
In another sign that Verizon is set to soon offer a phone/tablet experience from HTC , an HTC 6435 has been spotted in the carrier’s internal system. Rumored to be a 1920x1080p HD display, the yet-named device has seen its fair share of leaks over the past few …
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