Entries in 'handsets' (290)
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Goes beyond mere multi-tasking and into unchartered “cross-tasking” territory.
45 per cent of all sales across the continent.
Stats reveal alarming demise of the Taiwanese smartphone maker.
Android-based Smart II will be available in 25 markets across the Vodafone footprint by early summer.
Access to Facebook messaging is the top reason for a switch.
Sales up after three three consecutive quarters of decline.
New speculation as pressure builds on Facebook to monetise its mobile users.
419m sold, with Samsung shifting a one fifth of them.
Chinese OEM's Changhong H5018 will cost less than 1,000 yuan – or £99.
41 massive and ludicrous megapixels coming to a store near you.
Miserable quarter brings into question wisdom of WinPho strategy.
Just when you thought you couldn't improve on that four year old Hummer handset.
All about 'connected experience' for Ericsson-less handset maker.
Japanese giant wants a double digit market share in three to five years.
Finnish firm shipped 417m units in 2011, against 453m in 2010.
Record 35m smartphone sales to drive Q4 operating profit to an all-time high of $4.5bn.
Barely any rise this year, compared with 12 per cent in 2011.
Early stats suggest titanic struggle ahead for Nokia in the WinPho era.
It's very black. None more blacker.
Japanese giant-of-old has another go at making it overseas.