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The new phone could have a nearly edge-to-edge display with just enough room for those BoomSound speakers and a front-facing camera.
Motorola’s former CEO says after the buyout nobody else was capable of producing a good enough sensor to use in Google's giant phone.
This could be the end of the line for Google Play Edition devices, which brought stock Android to non-Nexus smartphones.
HTC’s flagship phone may have thinner bezels while keeping its trademark ‘BoomSound’ front-facing speakers.
The purported deal may cost Google less than $100 million, according to TechCrunch.
Lee Don-tae may be a man with credentials, but whether he can do wonderful things for Samsung's product design is another thing entirely.
Even though Sony is making some excellent Android hardware, it may not be enough to stave off staggering losses.
The Z1, besides focusing on entertainment, addresses a growing concern about personal security in India
Lollipop’s new multitasking cards and revamped notification center blend right in with HTC’s Sense.
The company may be working on a less resource-intensive TouchWiz that looks more akin to stock Android.
It has an all-metal build and solid camera, though many of the other specs are decidedly mid-range.
You may still need a small loan for Samsung’s curvy phone, but this is the best offer going if you’re set on getting one.
The company announced a cloud-based platform for building and managing networks of things.