Good news for customers looking for an affordable Android smartphone that would also come with new technology inside, as Huawei has just announced the upcoming availability of the Honor 4X.
The most powerful smartphone in the Alpha lineup has yet to be officially introduced. Samsung hasn’t confirmed the Galaxy A7 and we don’t know when this will happen, but judging by the flow of rumors we’re not that far from an official reveal.
Not many have heard about French-based company Archos, maker of smartphones and tablets, which focuses on the low- and mid-range tiers. Although its products are mostly available in Europe, it’s worth mentioning that some Archos products can be shipped internationally.
A terse but very clear message directed at registered developers has been sent out this week from Cupertino: all app submissions from February 1 forth must support 64-bit architectures and iOS 8. No ifs or buts.
That’s it! The 64-bit ARM era is upon us! ARMv8 servers have been available to companies for a few months, entry-level 64-bit ARM smartphones such as HTC Desire 510 are coming soon, and so are low cost 64-bit ARM development boards, Nexus 9 tablet leaks (Tegra K1 64-bit) are flooding the blogosphere, and Cube T7 tablet / phablet powered by Mediatek MT8752 octa core Cortex A53 processor will start shipping next month, and is available for pre-order right now for about $200.
Samsung launched its latest flagship Galaxy Note 4 phone at IFA 2014 a few weeks ago, and the handset has been said to be running on an Exynos 5433 chip (although Samsung has been quite restrained with the details).
Alcatel OneTouch raised a few eyebrows this week, as its chief marketing officer and vice president, Dan Dery, said that it plans to launch tablet-sized devices running the Windows Phone OS, including a 10-inch slate with a 'Smart Flip' cover.
Recently you might have heard of 64-bit smartphones and the fact that Android L now supports 64-bit architecture. For those not familiar with the term and don’t know what 64-bit is, we are going to take a look at why you should care and why there is such a huge difference between a 64 bit and non 64 bit smartphone.
Following the launch of Lenovo K920 Vibe Z2 Pro, Chinese mobile phone maker Lenovo is getting ready for the release of new smartphones featuring large touchscreen displays, and one such handset has emerged online in the form of Lenovo A768t.
We were wondering what's up with the Nexus 8, or the rumored premium Google tablet, made by HTC, and today a barrage of leaks might be hinting at an encroaching announcement. First we have a source claiming that the tablet, which has been referred to as Volantis or Flounder so far, is codenamed T1, and will feature an 8 MP rear camera, alongside 1.6 MP front-facer.
The folks at ARM have a bit of a chicken-and-egg problem that any creator of a new CPU instruction set is likely to face. How exactly do they enable the creation of ARMv8-compatible chips, devices, drivers, and software without any functioning hardware available for testing?
A couple of weeks ago, a render was revealed that claimed to show the new Nexus 9 tablet. Said to be built by HTC, the device was referred to by its development codename, Volantis, and the leak even disclosed details of its specs.
There are lots of rumors surrounding Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Mega phablet, but most of the details we got are probably referring to some of the prototypes that are now being tested in the wild.
Chinese mobile phone maker Lenovo is getting ready for the release of a new large smartphone, one that has already emerged online in the form of Lenovo A805e, and which was reportedly mentioned at the 2014 Tianyi Fair, sponsored by China Telecom.
Google has just taken the wraps off its latest Android version, which is called “L.” There's no Lollipop or Lemonhead or anything of that sort, it's simply called Android L.