Bigger is arguably always better, but small doesn’t need to be poor. It’s what many an Android top dog have comprehended of late, selling bundles of compact, reasonably priced, reasonably specced flagship clones. It’s easy to explain the appeal of a well-thought “Mini” device, and it’s no surprise the battle for supremacy in the mid-range
As if the mid-range, budget-friendly Android smartphone scene wasn’t crowded, competitive and spicy enough, the past 48 hours have seen Motorola upgrade their already beloved Moto G with the only two features it was missing to aspire to perfection, and then HTC issue a new, compact edition of its crowd-pleasing all-metal One series. Obviously, some
The Sony Xperia Z1 may be the talk of the town, with the high-end specs and incredible 20MP camera, but Sony also has an exciting mid-range selection of smartphones and one of them, the Xperia M, has made its way to the US. Sony has added the Xperia M to their online store and it
Just 24 hours after it was revealed the Sony Xperia SP would be coming to Canada as a Bell exclusive, the Japanese manufacturer has announced the mid-range device will be coming to Canada, but on carriers Rogers, Fido and Virgin, with no mention of Bell. While nobody knows the exact date the Sony Xperia SP
The HTC One Mini has been one of the most leaked and reported devices in recent weeks, despite it being a mid-range smartphone with no real boundary pushing features. While we still have nothing official from HTC, the UK date for the HTC One Mini has been leaked onto the web, coming on August 9.
HTC One Mini has already been leaked onto the web before, with a few blurry images and renders of the smartphone. Now, Engadget has got their hands on another image from a reliable source, showing the HTC One Mini and its older sibling. We may see some of the features stick to the condensed version