HTC has always had a pretty solid grasp on the midrange market, particularly with their Desire line. With decent specifications, low price, and solid build quality, it’s sometimes extremely hard
Not long ago at Mobile World Congress 2014, we saw a glimpse of a new mid-ranger from LG called the F70. It’s plan is to bring 4G connectivity to “millions
Sharp just announced the AQUOS Phone IS14SH, packing Gingerbread, a 3.7-inch qHD LCD display, and an 8MP CMOS camera with 720p HD video capture. NFC is also along for the ride,
U.S. Cellular has made two new announcements: a new Android phone, dubbed the Samsung Repp, and a new phone trade-in program. The Samsung Repp is a low- to mid-range phone,
The LG Optimus Sol, originally codenamed Victor, recently made a brief video debut. The SOl will be featured in two colors, sliver and black, and will be making its way to Vodafone
Remember the Huawei Ascend? It launched on Cricket Wireless in October of last year, along with a few other regional carriers. Well, it looks like Huawei has put the finishing touches on the successor to the Ascend, which they’re calling, creatively enough, the Ascend II. It’s packing a 3.5-inch HVGA display, a measly 600MHz processor, Gingerbread (Android 2.3), 5MP camera, and the usual WiFi, 3G connectivity, and a micro SD card slot.
ZTE is one of the leading Chinese brands in the world, and they have announced decent and affordable handsets in past, like the trio of new Android phones at MWC. Now ZTE is back again with the announcement of their new Android device, the ZTE X880, codenamed Libra.