MWC 2012: Day three recap
- HTC One X specs review
- Watch HTC's entire MWC press event that launched the One series
- Windows 8 Consumer Preview now available
- Windows 8 tablet UI is dominated by gestures
- Microsoft details Windows 8 on ARM tablets at MWC
- Samsung wins awards from the MWC as Manufacturer of the year and for Smartphone of the year
- ZTE Orbit has NFC inside, Microsoft might actively support it come Apollo
- Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 landing in May, book your flights from March 1st
- Samsung Learning Hub explained and demoed (video)
- Just how big is the sensor on the Nokia 808 PureView?
- ZTE Mimosa X Hands-on Review
- ZTE PF 100 Hands-on Review
- Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 Hands-on Review
- ZTE Mimosa Mini Hands-on Review
- Fujitsu Arrows Ultra prototype Hands-on Review
- Acer Iconia Tab A700 Hands-on Review
- Lenovo IdeaPad K2110 Intel-based Android tablet Hands-on Review
- Android Intel Atom-powered Phones Hands-on Reviews: Lenovo K800, Orange Santa Clara, Lava Xolo X900
1. torr310 (Posts: 396; Member since: 27 Oct 2011)
aww, kind of disappointed!
Nokia should bring more Windows Phones.
Motorola where are you?
No new phones annouced for T-Mobile (only one) and Verizon (zero). That sucks big time. Glad there is still tomorrow!
2. rockstarlive (Posts: 307; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
Moto never had any intention of being there.
the only thing I am dissapointed is no qwerty keyboard phones at all. Which is a surprise. Nothing but slabs out there.
the only rumor from Moto and Verizon is some type of Mega RAZR, 4'7 to 5'1 inch phone, basically a bigger RAZR.