Moto G (2016) Rumors: Leaked Photos Emerge, Indicate Features Like Fingerprint Reader, Laser Autofocus Camera, Larger Display
The leaked photos suggest the smartphone will feature a fingerprint scanner as well as a refreshed rear camera setup enabled with laser autofocus.
Moto X (2016) Rumors: 5-Inch Motorola Moto X3, Metal Unibody, Design, Stellar Camera, Snapdragon 820 Expected
Motorola is now rumored to be working on Moto X3 smartphone.
The specifications of two models of the purported Moto E (Gen 3) has been spotted on GFXBench benchmarking site.
Stringent cost cuts helped the world’s largest PC maker post a surge in quarterly profits even as sales declined for the first time in over six years.
China’s Huawei was close on the heels of the two companies as its shipments rose above 100 million units per year in 2015, the fourth company in the world to do so.
Having missed its 2015 sales target, Xiaomi is reportedly set to focus on its offline presence this year.
The Lenovo Vibe P1 is now available with a discounted price of $259.
The specifications, features, and pricing of the Lenovo K4 Note has been compared with that of the Moto G (Gen 3).
Lenovo is merging its two smartphone brands but will keep the Moto brand for its premium models.
The specifications, features, release date and price of the Lenovo K4 Note have been compared with that of the Lenovo K3 Note.
CES 2016: Lenovo And Acer's USB-C Monitors Work As Apple MacBook External Displays Without Any Adaptors
The new monitors can plug directly into the 12-inch MacBook without extra adapters, the first to do so.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update Official List For Xiaomi, Lenovo, Huawei, Asus, OnePlus, BlackBerry, And Android One
Here is a list of devices from, Xiaomi, Lenovo, Huawei, Asus, OnePlus, Android One, and more that will receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow update soon.
Rumors are rife that Lenovo will be unleashing the Lenovo K4 Note on Jan. 5
India will have 500 million unique mobile subscribers by the end of this year, according to a projection released by GSM Association, an industry lobby.
In the world's fastest-growing smartphone market, Apple's share is less than 1 percent, making it the 18th-largest player there.
As Lenovo posted its biggest ever quarterly loss, the world's biggest PC maker is looking outside its home territory of China as it seeks to grow its smartphone business.
More Indians are switching to smartphones, and many first-timers are buying 4G phones, as they become available in the $100 range.
Lenovo K80M is now available with a lowered price tag of $172 along with free shipping service on Gear Best.
Samsung Layoffs: More Moves 'Won't Surprise,' But Company Best Positioned To Lead Consolidating Android Pack, Analysts Say
The Android market is in a churn, with China slowing down and Apple leaping ahead at the premium end, so Samsung has its work cut out.
Samsung, struggling to recover from a poorer-than-expected reception of its Galaxy S6 phone, is now reportedly firing staff in India, according to the Economic Times.
In India, where Apple's latest phone sells for nearly $1,000 buyers are willing to risk loss of warranty and other benefits for discounted prices, according to the Economic Times.
The failure of the Galaxy S6 range to meet expected sales levels will lead to a smartphone shipment decline for the South Korean giant for the first time in 2015.
Apple To Open Store-In-Store Shops In India, In Partnership With Tata Group's Croma Retail Chain: Report
Apple is pushing the envelope in getting its iPhones into the hands of as many Indians as it can, in the world's third-biggest smartphone market.
PC Sales Plummet In Third Quarter: Why Microsoft’s Windows 10 Surface Book Is Industry’s Last, Best Hope
PC sales have fallen as much as 11 percent year-on-year, and even Apple is feeling the pain — but Windows 10 promises a brighter future.
The country's smartphone boom is bringing millions to the Internet in cities and towns. Can the country connect the next billion, who largely live in villages?
Once known as the King of the Bandit Phones, the Taiwanese company aims to power a new wave of Chinese smartphone makers.
Demand for smartphones that can handle faster data transfers is on the rise as users seek to do more on their handsets.
At the massive IFA electronics show in Berlin, Samsung and Apple took a back seat to Huawei, Sony, Lenovo and ZTE.
Smartphones have been getting bigger and bigger over the past few years, but the 6.8-inch Phab Plus pushes the limits.
Seven of the 10 biggest smartphone brands in the world come from China as they outshine players like LG, HTC and Sony.