With every launch of the iPhone, Apple seems to have everything to lose and not much to gain. Apple’s iPhone line accounts for the majority of profits in the smartphone space, and as the smartphone market marches towards maturity it seems inevitable that companies like Xiaomi will be able to deliver largely similar experiences at much lower prices. The same was once happened with Apple in the days of the PC industry where Apple approached irrelevance. Yet generation after generation, Apple seems to be able to hold on to a majority of the profit share, and they’ve managed to tenaciously hold on to their first-mover advantage. To find out if they can continue that trend with the latest iPhone launch, read on for the...

BlackBerry 10 Teased Kicking Off BlackBerry World

As the lights came up on Thorston Heins opening remarks at BlackBerry World 2012, expectations were... well, low. There was always the possibility that we would hear of some...

24 by Jason Inofuentes on 5/1/2012

The HTC One X for AT&T Review

For just over a week, I’ve been using two phones interchangeably. The first is the Lava Xolo X900 with Medfield inside, the second is the flagship of HTC’s new...

138 by Brian Klug on 5/1/2012

Clearwire Announces Initial TDD-LTE Network Launch Early 2013

Clearwire has been talking about deploying TDD-LTE (Time Division Duplexing, as opposed to FDD) on its 2.5 GHz spectrum for some time now, and has announced some more launch...

14 by Brian Klug on 4/26/2012

Lava Xolo X900 Review - The First Intel Medfield Phone

For Intel, the road to their first real competitive smartphone SoC has been a long one. Shortly after joining AnandTech and beginning this journey writing about both smartphones and...

106 by Brian Klug on 4/25/2012

Google Selling Galaxy Nexus on Google Play Store for $399

It's been what seems like an eternity since Google stopped selling the Nexus One directly through google.com. Google struggled with support and logistics involved with selling a consumer electronic...

15 by Brian Klug on 4/24/2012

HTC One X Cases: Taking Protection into HTC's Hands

With the One lineup (particuarly the One X and One S), HTC really ratched up its focus on design. The One X is easily one of the best looking...

21 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/20/2012

HTC One Media Link HD Demo

We've just started work on our HTC One X/One S testing, however HTC was kind enough to give us a demo of one of the coolest accessories that was...

8 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/20/2012

NVIDIA Plots Mobile SoC GPU Performance, Surpassing Xbox 360 by 2014

Qualcomm was the first to tell us that it expects to offer console level GPU performance in the not too distant future, generally hinting that its Adreno 3xx GPUs...

51 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/19/2012

Sprint makes its Galaxy Nexus Variant Official - $199 with $40 Google Wallet Credit

In a move that shouldn't be surprising to anyone, Sprint has made a Galaxy Nexus variant tailored for its own CDMA2000 and LTE network official in an announcement today...

12 by Brian Klug on 4/16/2012

Lumia 900 Memory Management and Data Fix Now Available

A short time after the Lumia 900 went on sale, users started reporting data connectivity issues affecting both 3G HSPA+ and 4G LTE on AT&T. Although I didn't encounter...

12 by Brian Klug on 4/13/2012

Apple's iPad 2,4 also uses 32nm A5 S5L8942 SoC

Through Chipworks, we recently learned that Apple's revised A5 SoC (S5L8942) is built on a 32nm Samsung HKMG process. While its presence in the Apple TV (3rd generation) which...

28 by Brian Klug on 4/11/2012

Apple TV A5 SoC is 32nm, Harvested dual-core A5

The 3rd generation Apple TV ships with what Apple tells us is a single-core A5 SoC. After delayering the chip to the transistor gate layer in the new Apple...

10 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/11/2012

Nokia Acknowledges Lumia 900 Data Issue, Offers Fix and $100 Credit

In the short time I spent with our Nokia Lumia 900 review unit, I never encountered any loss of data connectivity issues either on AT&T LTE, AT&T HSPA+. Nevertheless...

13 by Brian Klug on 4/11/2012

Sprint HD Voice on HTC EVO 4G LTE uses EVRC-NW over 1x-Advanced

For a while now, a regular feature in our smartphone reviews has been comparison of smartphone voice quality on different devices, air interfaces, and codecs. Until recently, improving voice...

16 by Brian Klug on 4/4/2012

HTC And Sprint Announce The EVO 4G LTE: Krait and LTE, on Sprint for $199 [Updated w/ Hands-on]

HTC and Sprint teamed up today to announce the latest in the EVO line: the EVO 4G LTE. So, not the most novel name, but it gets to the...

22 by Jason Inofuentes on 4/4/2012

Nokia Lumia 900 Review - Windows Phone with LTE

It goes without saying that for Nokia, the Lumia 900 launch is quite possibly one of the most important launches, ever. The Lumia 900 marks Nokia’s first serious foray...

128 by Brian Klug on 4/3/2012

Novatel MiFi 4620L Jetpack Available on April 12th for $49.99

We got a chance to check out Novatel's next generation MiFi at CES this past January, and came away impressed with the update. Officially titled the Novatel Wireless MiFi...

12 by Vivek Gowri on 3/28/2012

Google begins Android 4.0.4 Rollout

Just today, Google announced that it was rolling out Android 4.0.4 to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) for download, with build IMM76D. The note at that point by...

14 by Brian Klug on 3/28/2012

Apple's A5X Die (and Size?) Revealed

iFixit saved us all a whole lot of trouble and performed a teardown of the new iPad announced last week. The internals were mostly what we expected, down to...

45 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/15/2012

HTC Publishes Updated Ice Cream Sandwich Rollout Plans

About a month ago, Brian wrote about HTC's initial Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) release plans. Yesterday HTC published a blog post which added a few models to the list...

24 by Kristian Vättö on 3/14/2012

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