The Galaxy S II came out pretty recently, but Samsung no care — at least if this blurry, "leaked" slide's correct. Phandroid says what we've got here is a bona fide internal image of the next best Android for 2012.
Well, here we are then. After a series of slightly wide-of-the-mark leaks, we now have undeniable visual proof of the existence of the next official Google Android phone -- which would appear to now be known as the Galaxy Nexus.
Usually reliable mobile retail news informant Clove has announced it'll be receiving its stock of the huge new HTC Sensation XL on October 24th. You therefore have 17 days to prepare pocket space for HTC's biggest phone yet. [Clove]
Sitting somewhere between the 4.3-inch Sensation XE and Samsung's 5.3-inch Note, the Sensation XL is a 4.7-inch Beats Audio-packed handset...hold up a minute. 4.7-inches? Are we sure that's still a phone, and not a tablet? According to HTC it is, but my tiny lady-hands aren't so sure.
BT has updated us on its efforts to bring its faster fibre broadband network to the UK, claiming that certain areas will get staggering 'Fibre to the Premises' max download speeds of 300Mbps from spring of next year.
It's been over four years since the first iPhone came out, and a lot has changed, from the screen to the CPU to the form factor. How drastic has this change been over the years? Here's a look at the iPhone's evolution, from 1 to 4S.
Forget that slightly ramped-up iPhone 4S: the first picture of the Nexus Prime has leaked out to GSM Arena. While it doesn't give away much about the hardware's aesthetics, it does confirm it's got a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED screen with 320ppi density.
George Osborne has magicked up some money to help boost the UK's mobile infrastructure, finding and promising to spend £150m on enhancing the UK's mobile network -- so 99 per cent of the country will soon get a signal.
While LG's lips are sealed as to whether the Optimus LTE will ever burst its way out of the South Korean walls and find itself on our high street store shelves, it's a crackin'-lookin' phone which you may want to consider if it does make it here.
HTC's not taking that security vulnerability lightly, owners of their Android phones will be pleased to hear. The company has "concluded that while this HTC software itself does no harm to customers' data, there is a vulnerability that could potentially be exploited by a malicious third-party application."
Sharp makes quite a few smartphones, but we're yet to see any arrive in Euro-friendly format. But that's about to change, with its 3D Aquos Phone scheduled to arrive on Orange. Orange France, but that's still nearer than Japan.
Rabid BBC consumer show Watchdog unleashed its full righteous fury upon the Motorola Defy last night, claiming that Motorola "exaggerated" the strength of it supposedly water, dust and shock-proof Android phone.