We’re not quite sure what it is yet, but LG has just invited us to save the date May 1st for a special event held in New York city, in which it asks us to “share the genius” and “capture the spotlight in true brilliance.” If this is indeed a new device, it alludes to a higher-res display and greater sound; is this a US version of the Optimus G Pro or simply the next-generation Optimus G ? Hard to say at this point, but we’re keeping a pretty close eye out for more details. In the meantime, this is at least one more thing to look forward to in a couple weeks. . . . → Read More: LG invites press to ‘share the genius’ event on May 1st
Press invites are starting to go out for Samsung's Aug. 15 special event in the U.S., and all signs seem to point to a Galaxy Note 10.1 unveiling. The event, previously teased by Samsung a “major product announcement” for the “newest Galaxy device,” seems likely to set the stage for the U.S. . . . → Read More: Samsung’s Aug. 15 event gets official, Galaxy Note 10.1 unveiling likely
The countdown is over and Samsung’s not offering much to whet our appetite. A medley of opaque angles of galactic travel are meant to represent next week’s big news story, alongside some brief claims of technology that fits easily in your hand. . . . → Read More: Samsung’s new Galaxy Phone gets official teaser (video)
You can forget all those fake renders and dubious press invites . . . → Read More: Samsung to unveil Galaxy S III in London on May 3
We knew T-Mobile has been planning to release its version of the HTC One S sometime in the near future, but we haven’t received any official word on exactly when that desired release date will be. . . . → Read More: T-Mobile hands out press invites to One S event on April 18th
No sooner had the LG and Prada partnership reappeared in benchmark tests did this glossy JPEG arrive at our inbox. Vowing to show us “the new Prada Phone by LG 3.0,” we’re undergoing a rigorous fashion transformation in preparation, and will be there next Wednesday night to clue you in on what the collaboration’s got up its perfectly-ironed sleeves . . . → Read More: LG and Prada invites us to see its 2012 collection in London, we dust off the tux
Big news from Bellevue, as T-Mobile and Nokia have just announced that a special event will be held the evening of December 14th, promising something “special in the works.” The companies were too smart for us this time, choosing not to reveal any code names via the image file ; however, the tiled design of the invite seems to be a rather strong indication that Windows Phone is in the mix here. . . . → Read More: T-Mobile and Nokia announce December 14th event, Windows Phone cometh?
Well, we know where we’ll be on September 20th — hanging out with HTC in our classiest threads. The handset manufacturer sent out an invite for an upcoming event in NYC . . . → Read More: HTC invites us to ‘celebrate in style,’ we try to squeeze into our prom tuxedos
Sprint and Motorola have a little special something up their sleeves, and are rolling them up to show off their latest “collaborations” at a press luncheon on June 9th. Since big bosses CEO Dan Hesse and Sanjay Jha will be in attendance, and the event will be held during Apple’s WWDC , we have a feeling this is going to be something big . . . → Read More: Sprint teams up with Motorola for June 9 event, finally launching a Tegra 2 device?
Been jonesing for more news about Microsoft’s upcoming Mango OS update ? So have we, and now all of us, VIPs and commoners alike, can circle the 24th of May as the date when Redmond will dish the full details of its next major software release. Notably, the mango(ish)-colored invite makes no mention of Windows Phone 7 anywhere, leading us to suspect that Microsoft will likely upgrade its mobile nomenclature as well as feature set. . . . → Read More: Microsoft’s next major release of Windows Phone will be previewed on May 24th, and we’ll be there live!