Stop me if you've heard this one before, because it's not the first time we've heard that Facebook is working on a dedicated smartphone, and it probably won't be the last.
Pinch me. After last week's news of a rumored 4.7-inch quad-core HTC Edge phone, Engadget says that an even beefier HTC handset — Zeta — will pack a whopping 2.5GHz quad-core processor. How many of you even have quad-core computers clocked that high? I don't.
Go quad-core or go home. Come 2012, that's going to be the mantra for a lot of smartphones equipped with powerful Nvidia Tegra 3 processors. A leak's revealed that HTC's "Edge" will be quite a little monster of a smartphone.
You know what they say. What goes around comes around. For Apple, who's made a case of suing Samsung for ripping off its iPhone and iPad designs, it's now facing a new patent infringement claim by HTC.
If you either keep your phone in a purse or wear pants with gigantic pockets, HTC has a phone for you. It's upcoming Titan makes normal phones look like tiny children's toys.
How big and powerful can a smartphone get before it can no longer be considered a smartphone? Whereas a decade ago, every cellphone maker was obsessed with shrinking the comm device, the opposite seems to be happening today with smartphones that are bordering into mini tablet territory.
Just how stupid or sane you think 3D is will affect how you feel about the HTC EVO 3D Sprint unveiled this afternoon here in Orlando at the CTIA show. Not only does this latest EVO have a beautiful 4.3-inch 960 x 540 pixel glasses-free "QHD" 3D screen, but it also shoots 3D stills and video.
Did HTC just beat the iPhone to going buttonless on the face of its smartphone? A few leaked shots of what appear to be a Droid Incredible successor show just that. Is the future of smartphones going to be buttonless?
Looking for a hot new 4G Android phone? Sprint's just announced the EVO Shift 4G, a big ol' touchscreen slider that comes with a full keyboard and all the trimmings.
Verizon has been something of the odd-network-out as it doesn't carry either the iPhone — which is constantly rumored to be coming to the carrier — or the Nexus One (though Verizon is in the cards to get Google's "superphone,"...