ST-Ericsson Takes EDGE to the Edge
Today ST-Ericsson announced new EDGE platforms that will allow for a wider feature set on entry-level handsets in emerging markets. The 4910 and 4908 platforms combine digital and analog basebands, RF transceiver and power management unit onto a single chip. The provides for better multimedia support, security and battery life. The two platforms have a very low cost of materials, so they can be used on entry-level handsets without adding significantly to the cost.
Review: Motorola Moto E
Motorola takes a shot across the bow of other entry-level device makers with the Moto E, its low-cost leviathan. The Moto E redefines what inexpensive Android smartphones can offer.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for Verizon Wireless
Samsung's top-of-the-line smartphone for 2016 is the Galaxy S7 Edge. This curvy beauty is a powerful addition to Samsung's roster of Android smartphones.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ for Verizon Wireless
The Galaxy S6 Edge+ is a bigger and better version of the Galaxy S6 Edge. It makes improvements to the screen and battery life, and adds some extra functionality to the curved side edges.
HTC to Drop Entry-Level Phones, Focus On Profits
HTC plans to exit the entry-level phone market moving forward and will instead focus its handset portfolio on high-margin devices. The company made the comments during a conference call with media to discuss its fourth quarter financial results.
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