Articles By Erik Pineda
The Motorola X-Phone release date is reportedly set later this month, with Google using the I/O Developers Conference as the fitting occasion for the fresh Jelly Bean flagship handset.
Apple’s rumoured low-cost iPhone, planned for a simultaneous release date with the iPhone 5S, will redefine the smartphone industry in the same way that the iPad Mini altered the global tablet arena, a new report said.
Nexus 5 is an entirely different handset from the rumoured Motorola X-Phone and Google is building its new flagship with the help of a familiar partner – LG from South Korea.
Apple is exploring new battery technology and manufacturing techniques for use in building its first phablet release next year, the 4.8-inch iPhone 6, a new set of patent applications by the tech giant showed.
The global rollout of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is now in full swing, capping months of anticipation for the new flagship coming from South Korea.
Apple has rechanneled its human resources to ensure that the iOS 7 will be unveiled without delay for the Worldwide Developers Conference on June. As a result, the scheduled release date of the iPhone 5S, the iPhone 6 and the two new iPads will remain on course.
Motorola’s rumoured flagship, the X-Phone, is spotted this week in new leaked images, which strongly suggested that the Android handset’s 2013 release date is programmed to hit the U.S. shores first.
Samsung wants to see its third-gen phablet flagship, the Galaxy Note 3, flying off the shelves following its rumoured September release date, a new report said.
Google is reportedly working on a June release date of its Nexus 4 on June, this time powered by Jelly Bean 4.3 and with faster wireless internet access thanks to the now-activated LTE chip on its board.
Apple devices lined up for 2013 and 2014 release dates are getting powerful front camera sensor plus the benefits of new camera applications that will be delivered via the soon-to rollout iOS 7 mobile operating system.