Not much of a difference, at least visually, with the Galaxy S10 and S10+, but the S10 E may look like a different smartphone.
It certainly looks like a Xiaomi foldable phone in testing, but we'll never really know until we see a real-life product.
Five cameras, Android One and several reasons to think about when this premium flagship Android device will be announced. A leak tells more.
The folding phone, an entirely different device, will be late to arrive as well. And the early part of the year will see a mid-ranger take hold.
Evan Blass reports that CES could punctuate its CES 2019 keynote event with a bombshell of a product launch. And LG won't deny it.
The actual phone sounds like a good phone on paper, but with Verizon reportedly taking a Nokia exclusive for the first time in a while, what may change?
Motorola's mid-range series of smartphones has been popular through the years, but will it need extra firepower to make it through 2019?
Sony fans rejoice, the Japanese company has started to make design changes and to include better features in their new Sony Xperia XA3
The watch has been in the rumor mill for most of the year and could actually become part of the payload come October 3 with the launch of the V40.
This "lite" phone comes in a charming red, but is just about the same size as a regular KEY2. So, what makes it so lite? The specs? The build?
It's the first time we've run into a color display on the TalkBands, but it looks like it will be the case perhaps as early as July 9.
Even in 2018, it's a big battery for sure, but will it be put to good use on the Ghost, a BlackBerry phone set to take root in India?
Sony may be leaving some of its weakest markets behind with this leaked move. Evan Blass reports that adjustments will take place in October.
An evleaks tweet is taking Wear OS out of the realm of probability for Samsung's upcoming smartwatch. Is it Tizen all the way?
The former gets treated with a new video and a look at a special key. The other phone (or two) gets a general release timeframe.
No, HTC is not aping a Japanese video company and releasing a 32-bit console-phone hybrid. At least we hope not. But renowned leaks journo Evan Blass has some evidence against that idea.
Given that Google is trying to spruik new development on Wear OS, will up to three watches under its Pixel brand help wit h the cause?
The LG G7 ThinQ, but every literal side of it has been detailed in very specific pixels and no one seems to be getting over the fact that these renders feature a "notch" and a "chin."
Evan Blass is talking about the LG V40 while other people are talking about the V35 ThinQ. Are they one phone? Separate phones? Phones of different times?
The look of the device seems all normal until you notice what appears to be wood grain on the massive rear panel. What's up?
One big tweet suggests that a mid-range HTC phone will soon come with a design motif current ubiquitous the industry over. Plus, a bonus fantasy render for BoomSound fans.
On the one hand, the P20 lite looks like Honor phones of old. On the other, the P20 and P20 Pro act is if those matte motifs from the Mate 10 subsumed everything.
Last year, the Android O Developer Preview came in on March 21. Reasonable enough to think that P could follow in that trend. There's even more features to spoil in this post.