Mobile World Congress is on its way, so we've put together all the big rumors about new smartphones and tablets from the big players in one place, including gossip about Samsung, HTC, Google, Microsoft, LG, and more.
Sony has accidentally (on purpose?) leaked a new tablet, which may go by the name the Xperia Z4 Tablet. It may form part of Sony's expected Xperia Z4 range, and debut at Mobile World Congress next week.
Huawei has announced it will hold an event just before the doors to Mobile World Congress open in March. It hasn't said what it will reveal, but there are rumors surrounding several devices, including a smartwatch.
To be unveiled at MWC 2015, Kyocera's prototype smartphone can be charged by simply putting it in the sun. The prototype is the result of the company's partnership with Sunpartner Technologies.
Gionee, the smartphone brand which has made several of the world's thinnest smartphone title holders, will reveal its latest contender for the crown during Mobile World Congress next month.
Samsung may introduce its first round smartwatch at Mobile World Congress 2015, which takes place in early March. The device may sport a rotating bezel and a crown-shaped power button. Here's everything we think we know about it so far.
According to a new report, HTC will launch a smartwatch it has developed with fitness brand Under Armour in March. This will most likely be at the same March 1 event where we expect to meet the One M9 smartphone.
We review the Gear Fit, Samsung’s attempt to merge a fitness band with a smartwatch. Sadly, it doesn’t perform either function particularly well.
The Galaxy S5 is getting a battery boost thanks to Lucid's PowerXtend, software which allows devices to use less juice to produce the same level of computing power we all expect.
LG launched the L Series 3 range of smartphones during Mobile World Congress, and has now confirmed the final specs for the L90, the most feature rich model in the range.
It might look like Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone, but it's not. It's a knockoff produced by long-time opportunist Goophone, and although it costs a fraction of what a real Galaxy S5 will set you back, ownership will come with plenty of risks.