@evleaks stikes again, with a picture of ZTE Grand X Pro. Much unlike the original Grand X, the new phone appears to feature edge-to-edge display with at least 720p resolution, Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich," and lacks capacitive buttons (blend into the screen).
JBL announced a pair of speakers that dock iPhone 5, New iPad with Retina display, iPad mini, and the latest iPod Touch, supporting their new Lightning connectors. Among the launched include the OnBeat Micro ultra-compact speaker dock, and OnBeat Venue LT bar dock.
Research in Motion plans to launch the first handsets based on its late-January 2013 launched BlackBerry 10 operating system in February 2013. The new handsets will be launched worldwide, by 50 cellular carriers, at different dates, but within 30 days.
RIM released version 7 of BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), which gives you a taste of what's to come with BlackBerry 10. It adds the ability to make voice calls over internet, but only over WiFi. It also introduces cool new features including split-screen.
Samsung, with a little help from US Cellular plans to release Galaxy Axiom, a mid-range 4-inch smartphone, which has the potential to punch above its weight in terms its feature-set, that scrapes high-end territory. It is a variant of the Galaxy S III Mini.
RIM announced January 30, 2013 as launch day of its make-or-break product, the BlackBerry 10. Unlike a typical Apple, Samsung, or Microsoft product launch, the January 30 event will take place in multiple venues around the world (read: business centers).
Following last week's leaks of its WM7-powered "full HD" smartphones, pictures of ZTE's more realistic flagship 5-incher Nubia Z5 made it to the web. The Italian design Chinese beauty could pack a serious punch in terms of hardware, and is slimmer than the iPhone 5.