It's the time of the year again for Samsung to announce its next Galaxy S flagship smartphone. Here's what we know about the Samsung Galaxy S7 so far, and surprisingly, there's quite a lot.
Kenichiro Yoshida, Sony's Chief Financial Officer revealed during the company's earning calls that he expects phones with dual cameras to take off in 2017.
Microsoft has confirmed that it’s acquired SwiftKey, a highly popular software keyboard used on some 300 million Android and iOS devices.
A reliable source told MacRumors that there will be a flush rear camera and no antenna bands on the rear of the iPhone 7.
A senior BlackBerry executive reportedly told The Economic Times that the company is planning to have only one mobile platform, Android for its smartphones in the future. Find out why in this article!
Well-informed tipster @evleaks has published two photos of the Samsung Galaxy S7 models which are expected to be unveiled later this month. Hit the link to check out the photos.
The Information reports that Google may be taking a similar approach as Apple to manufacture its own hardware instead of relying on OEM partners.
Which smartphone flagship from 2015 (and continuing into 2016) has the best camera of them all? I've rounded up the Apple iPhone 6s Plus, Huawei Nexus 6P, LG V10, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium and pit their cameras against each other to see which has the shiniest one.
LG reported its Q4 2015 quarter earnings where it saw its mobile division losing US$37 million due to softer growth of the smartphone market. To improve its profitability and competitiveness, LG plans to launch two new flagship models this year.
Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed during the company's recent financial earnings call that he expects sales of iPhones to drop for the first time next quarter.