Samsung has announced a new camera module designed for use in smartphones, that's slimmer than before, yet offers the same degree of image quality. It may find its way into the new Galaxy Note 5 or Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
Caterpillar announced the Cat S40, a rugged smartphone that looks to dull your clumsiness by including shock- and drop-proof certification. The S40 will be available on August 1 in more than 60 countries.
HTC announced its Summer Sale, which seems to be a yearly tradition at this point. This year, the company offers a wide array of discounts on everything from the One M9 to the Nexus 9, as well as a wide swath of accessories.
If you want a new look for your Android phone, but don't want to get caught up with a ton of customization, then take a look at Arrow. It's a new launcher from Microsoft that displays the stuff that matters.
The all new Moto X Play for 2015 is a more affordable version of the Moto X Style. With it's smaller display and beefier battery, The Moto X Play still offers the same "best in class" camera. It's coming this August in 55 countries.
Motorola sent out invites to a July 28 event, at which it's expected to show off the Moto G, Moto X, and possibly a Motorola Droid or two. The new Moto 360 could also make an appearance. We'll be there live on the 28th.
Instead of announcing another smartphone, LG took a sharp left turn at Ancient Boulevard and announced the Gentle flip phone. Packing very modest specifications, the Gentle will be available in South Korea in the coming days.
A Galaxy S6 Mini seems almost inevitable, given we've seen Samsung release a smaller version of its flagship for several years. Leaked information is starting to spread about the device, so here's everything we think we know about it so…