LG has some pretty lofty aspirations for their mobile division in 2012, particularly among the smartphone segment. Speaking with Korea Times, LG’s head of the handset division, Park Jong-seok, indicated that
By now, you might consider the Samsung Galaxy S III to be vaporware, but there is still hope, according to Eldar Murtazin. If the rumors are true, it will be
In the tech race, it’s generally numbers that the various manufacturers strive for. Whether it be more megapixels or a wider screen, the general rule is the bigger, the better.
Thus far, this Mobile World Congress is proving that Chinese handset makers are not second-tier mobile phone companies. Huawei introduced a sexy tablet and three new smartphones, one which is
Aiming to become a top-three brand by 2015, ZTE is about to get real serious, real fast.
With a slew of diverse models announced, LG sets the bar high for other Android makers at the 2012 Mobile World Congress.
Just a few hours ago, we mentioned a mysterious post from HTC on their Facebook page, a simple phone with the number 5 in it, with the caption “this Sunday
Mobile World Congress is just few days away, and it seems that Japanese giant Fujitsu is getting ready to make a comeback in the smartphone game by announcing a phenomenal phone in
Even though LG has been announcing smartphones left and right, they should be sitting one big, bad quad-core Optimus.
You might think you’re looking at a Samsung Galaxy Nexus in the picture, but its actually a concept design for the upcoming Motorola Atrix 3. A welcomed concept from where
Speaking on the company’s earnings call yesterday, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang advised that quad-core Tegra 3 smartphones would begin shipping later this quarter. Given that Mobile World Congress is only a
NVIDIA has shot out invitations to their upcoming Mobile World Congress announcement, promising access to the latest quad-core innovations. Since we’ve already seen the quad-core Tegra 3 in the Transformer
We’ve seen quite a few quad-core Android devices so far this year, from tablets to smartphones. Among them, the HTC Edge, the rumored Meizu MX, and the Asus Transformer Prime
Have you every imagined a device so powerful it treats all other device like ‘periphals?’ Meet i’m Core. i’m Core made by the same company that produces i’m Watch, powering