According to comments made by the Samsung Electronics president, the company sees the Galaxy Note Edge as a limited-edition device. This means a United States launch could be months away, if it ever happens.
Sony introduced a new flagship smartphone and tablet, as well as an attractive budget handset, at MWC.
Samsung’s new flagship smartphone is only slightly larger than its predecessor, but it packs a much bigger punch.
The LG G2 Mini is only half an inch smaller – but a lot less impressive on the inside – than its predecessor.
The company’s mid-range Desire 8 “phablet” looks lovely, based on a purported press shot.
A new set of leaks might reveal camera info and a model number for Samsung’s Galaxy S5.
The Boost Max is the first no-contract “phablet” to debut for less than $300.
Samsung’s “phablet” can now be had at Verizon with a new paint job and a lower price tag.
The slider isn’t dead yet: T-Mobile just announced the keyboard-equipped LG Optimus F3Q, as well as an availability date for the flexible 6-inch G Flex “phablet.”
The Xperia Z1s has a gorgeous waterproof design and an innovative camera, but it’s slightly unwieldy and has a lackluster display.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is planning to introduce two new iPhones with bigger screens this year, and scrap the plastic iPhone 5c design.
According to Samsung’s press site, a rose gold version of the Note 3 “phablet” is headed to Verizon.
Confirming reports from last month, HP is re-entering the smartphone market. Expect a pair of “phablets” running Android 4.2 to launch in India, where the market for large-screened smartphones is growing quickly.
Samsung’s Galaxy S III accounts for more web traffic in North America than all three Galaxy Notes combined.
Sony’s latest handsets come in dual-SIM varieties and are aimed at emerging markets.
If these specs are accurate, the Galaxy S5 is shaping up to the best most noteworthy addition to the Galaxy S series since it was first introduced.
KitKat is rolling out now to international Galaxy Note 3 handsets in Poland, so it’s only a matter of time before it makes it to your device.
Samsung’s rumored Galaxy Note 3 Neo might have appeared next to its predecessor in this leaked photo.
Alcatel had announcements galore at CES this year, but perhaps the two most interesting are the octa-core OneTouch Idol X+ smartphone and the 4-inch Magic Flip Bluetooth e-reader accessory.
Ridiculed early on, the first “phablet” has given rise to a new class of smartphone: One that still maintains portability but offers a tablet experience. Why the big change from folly to growing market? More capabilities that excel on a large screen.
Samsung might be planning a whole new look for one of its upcoming smartphones, according to a recently published design patent.
A teaser for Oppo’s upcoming smartphone suggests the phone will feature a 2560 x 1440 “2K” display.
A leaked image suggests that LG’s curved, self-healing G Flex smartphone might be making its way to the US on Sprint.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 has shipped 10 million units in just 2 months. Check out which other phones have made it into Samsung’s “10 Million Seller Club.”
Samsung has applied for a patent that allows phone users to create a “comfort zone” based on the reach of your thumb. This could make it much easier to use phablets or other large smartphone like the Galaxy S 4.
Samsung is set to release the Galaxy Note 3 with a fresh gold trim, as well as a completely new “merlot red” color option.
When asked if you’d like your HTC One supersized, think long and hard before you answer.
Verizon isn’t getting the 6-inch Lumia 1520, but a leaked video shows it might be getting a consolation prize in the form of the 5-inch, aluminum Lumia 929.
Nokia just announced the 6-inch Lumia 1520. If you want the first Windows Phone “phablet” when it hits the US, you’ll have to get it exclusively through AT&T.
Leaked images show the 6-inch LG G Flex with a much more pronounced curve than the Samsung Galaxy Round.
HTC on Monday officially revealed its new One Max “phablet” with a 5.9-inch display and rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
Motorola is said to be working on a 6.3-inch Xplay “phablet,” as well as a follow up to the Droid Ultra
A new report from the Wall Street Journal suggests that HTC is ready to introduce its One Max “phablet” at an event next week.
Images of the HTC One Max have surfaced yet again, this time with a logo that suggests the phone will appear on Verizon Wireless.
Nokia took to Twitter to announce an upcoming event on October 22nd. It is likely to announce the 6-inch Lumia 1520.
Sprint has announced that it is taking pre-orders for the LG G2 beginning October 11, with the phone arriving in time for the holidays.
Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 3 smartphone and Galaxy Gear smarwatch will start shipping early next month from AT&T and T-Mobile.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 has a huge display and tons of power, but how does it compare to the other large-screen smartphones out there?
Accessories for Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 3 have appeared on Amazon and are tagged for compatibility with AT&T, Sprint and Verizon models of the phone.
Apple may have a tougher time cracking the huge Indian market of 1.2 billion people, simply because it doesn’t offer what 30 percent of buyers bought last quarter: Phones with displays of 5-inches or larger.
Seen next to the 4.5-inch Lumia 1020, the purported Lumia 1520 “phablet” looks positively gigantic.
Images purporting to be of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 show a very thin 2.2mm bezel, suggesting the phone may not have a much larger footprint than its predecessor.
According to a report, buyers might be in for a colorful surprise with the Galaxy Note 3, which is rumored to come in either black, white or pink.
A new report claims that Nokia will launch a phablet, along with additional mobile devices, late next month.
I got a chance to check out LG’s latest smartphone at an event in New York City. Here’s what I found: A big-screened phone with small bezel and the fastest Qualcomm chip available inside.
LG on Wednesday took the wraps off the LG G2, a 5.2-inch smartphone with a super-thin design and bezel.
Samsung has sent out invites for its Unpacked 2013 Episode 2 event on September 4th, where it is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 3.
A leaked manual for the upcoming LG G2 reveals a nano-SIM, a microSD slot and a removable battery, but no fingerprint reader as many had expected.
Samsung might be gearing up to launch the Galaxy Note III, as well as its first smartwatch, in just over a month, according to a report.
Can small tablets replace smartphones for some? I still think so and Sony’s new Xperia Z Ultra is the latest device to fit the bill. With a 6.4-inch 1080p screen, however, will it fit in your pockets?
It’s not often I buy a mobile gadget and get a bonus, but that’s how I feel about the S-Pen in Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2. I never thought I’d use the digital pen, but I’m finding more uses for it every day; here are a few.
The Galaxy Note 2 model for the Korean market has a nifty multi-window feature, but my international version of the 5.5-inch Android phone didn’t have it. Now it does thanks to a software update and this nifty functionality is quite useful on a larger display.
Sharp has started production of a 5-inch smartphone screen with the same resolution as top-end HDTVs, 1920 x 1080, which is a whopping 443 pixels per inch. What’s driving the trend for larger displays with more clarity? Thank mobile app maturity and online video content.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note II launched in Korea with sales over the next three months expected to be triple that of the original Galaxy Note. The 5.5-inch phone / tablet is following Apple’s iPhone 5 launch as Samsung tries to stay in the smartphone spotlight.
If you haven’t yet head of “phablets,” you might want get familiar with them because ABI Research expects 208 million of them to sell in 2015. Thanks to more media consumption and web browsing consumers may shift from one- to two-handed use for these larger devices.