Android phone makers' obsession with numbers knows no limit. According to the latest leak, some Chinese phone makers are planning to introduce 24GB of RAM to their top-configuration flagship phones.
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Vodafone is planning to offer a range of new services in Europe that will extend the life of devices. This will help the company become a circular economy business where little is thrown away.
Carriers will be barred from installing new Huawei equipment from September next year while the purchase of new equipment will be banned earlier in January. Existing equipment can be overhauled.
HMD Global has announced a pair of "dumb" phones, the Nokia 6300 4G and Nokia 8000 4G. Borth are powered by a Snapdragon 210 chipset and run KaiOS, featuring Google Assistant support.
Huawei has reported that the U.S. government has returned hardware to it that was seized back in 2017. The Chinese firm has dropped a lawsuit it filed in June over the matter as a result.
Google will start rolling out Assignable reminders in the coming weeks to users in the U.S., U.K., and Australia who speak English. These reminders let you remind others about events.
After the ban on Huawei products in the U.S., officials and company execs have denied spying allegations, stating the U.S. has no proof. China is also working on a list of "unreliable" foreign firms.
Gartner has predicted that 30 million foldable phones will be shipped in 2023. The firm said that manufacturers will continue to experiment with the foldable form factor to find what users like.
OnePlus launched a trade-in program for the purchase of its upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 6. The program offers up to £205 ($277) for your old phones or tablets, in way of vouchers or cashback.
Alcatel took to Twitter to provide a glimpse of its phone lineup coming to MWC on 24th Feb. The phones include the Alcatel 5, a phone with a unique styled display, the Alcatel 3v and the Alcatel 1x.
With rumours that phone maker Xiaomi is looking to go public, we've now got some details about the banks which the Chinese firm is working with as it prepares for its initial public offering.
Google acquired Redux Labs in August but managed to keep the deal very quiet. It could mean that future Google devices will produce audio via their displays allowing for the removal of the speaker.
Samsung has unveiled its latest Galaxy A devices, the A8 and the A8+. Both of the phones will be available from early January so they're likely to be shown off at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Although the Surface brand is a hot commodity right now, Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates disagreed on whether Microsoft should even pursue it. Ballmer's only regret? Not forcing the decision sooner.
SolidEnergy has developed a new battery which will ship in drones, phones, cars and other devices over the next two years, initially. It offers double the battery life of current batteries.
Samsung is allegedly planning to launch a refurbished device marketplace in early 2017 to rival competitors such as Apple. The move could help the company fend off rivals in developing nations.
Insiders claim Nokia is looking to launch new smartphones next year and get into new markets as well, such as virtual reality. Though the company will only design the products, not build them.
Screenshots from a fresh build of Windows 10 for phones have apparently leaked. They show a number of changes, including some cosmetic polish to fonts and the OS, as well as new options.
Microsoft has sued Kyocera, a company which showed some interest in the Windows Phone OS at the Mobile World Congress 2015. The lawsuit cites patent infringement as the cause of the lawsuit.
Microsoft has released the first Windows 10 Technical Preview for Windows phones, and for those of you who can't install the build yet, here's a quick rundown of what's new.
Gabe Aul just confirmed that Windows 10 technical preview for phones and small tablets will be available for insiders later on today though which devices are supported is still unknown.
Microsoft has shown off Windows 10 running on smartphones and small tablets, which is set to replace the Windows Phone and Windows RT operating systems later this year.
With a share of over 50 percent of mobile device activations during December, Apple's new iPhone 6 is by far the most popular gadget gift this holiday season - trailed by Samsung, Nokia, and Sony.
Nokia's logo is vanishing from Lumia devices but it says it will be able to license its brand to other companies for use on handsets from Q4 2016, and that it can already do so on "other devices" now.
OEMs can now repurpose existing Android handset designs to be sold as Windows Phones with relative ease, as HTC did with its One M8. But which Android devices would you like to see as Windows Phones?
London's Metropolitan Police has been lobbying the government and tech companies - including Apple and Samsung - to introduce mandatory passwords on all phones sold in the UK, to help reduce theft.
In an odd twist to its purchase of Nokia's mobility arm, Microsoft actually sold more phones than Apple last quarter - but, of course, the revenues tell a very different story.
As Samsung and LG reportedly prepare handsets with Quad HD displays, Huawei's CEO says such high-res screens on phones are "nonsense", adding cost and draining the battery, with no benefits for users.
Windows Phone 8.1 has reached its RTM milestone, with the final build of the OS delivered to manufacturers this week, and the first new devices designed for 8.1 expected to launch in late April.
In what has been officially described as 'company scaling', BlackBerry has further reduced the number of employees at its product testing unit in the corporate Washington headquarters.
Nokia has unveiled new budget phones designed for emerging market. The new devices closely resemble Nokia's earlier efforts to bring some smartphone usability down to a very low price.
According to a tweet from Spanish company Telefónica, the ZTE Open is destined for market tomorrow. Coming in at a low price of €69, the phone will be the first to run Mozilla's operating system.
Some slightly bizarre research found that 1 in 10 respondents refused to turn off their ringtones at a funeral service, with 1 in 6 admitting to calling, texting or using social media while there.
The prospect of charging your phone with the help of a puddle of water might sound insane, but the technology is quite real, and it's going on sale soon... although it won't exactly be cheap.
iFixit has taken to BlackBerry's flagship Z10 smartphone, showing how you too can do the same with your phone if you need to repair it. How well does the Z10 stack up in regards to repairs?
Nokia's phone designs always seem to be found among US Design Patents, and the most recent is no exception. The D675587 patent contains a phone with some striking similarities to another Nokia model.
Even though Microsoft will not be exhibiting at CES 2013, or delivering the opening keynote, there will still be a load of products on show utilizing Microsoft's software such as Windows 8
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Samsung has stated that they're prepared to sue Apple immediately if the next iPhone contains 4G-LTE connectivity, proving they're prepared to step back into the ring against the Cupertino giant.
Paul takes a look at five of his favorite looking smartphones of the past few years, picking out phones he appreciates the design style of. Some you may never have expected to see listed!