Mozilla just launched the Firefox OS targetted at low-end phones for developing countries. Mozilla says it's optimized for single-core low-megahertz phones, with low RAM, low storage, all apps are meant to be web apps. Mozilla volunteers say the goal is to bring the web to more people in developing countries.
This is LG's latest high-end Smartphone, on the fastest Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor at 1.7Ghz, large 5.5" 1080p screen, fast modem, MicroSD, removable battery, this phone is quite impressive.
Here's LG's latest mid-priced Smartphone F series, here featuring the LG F5.
Among Nokia's new phone launches is this Nokia 720 phone targeted at 249€.
Here's probably the cheapest Windows Phone yet,to be launched for 139€.
Fujitsu releases their first Android smartphone for the European and US market, this Fujitsu Stylistic S01 is targeted for old people.
Qualcomm is launching their next generation ARM Processor, the 800 series, which features new amazing features, an overall performance improvement of about 75% over Qualcomm S4Pro, it doubles GPU power using Adreno 320, it can even record and playback video at 4K resolution!
Here's the YotaPhone, the first dual-mode Android phone that works on LCD and E Ink at the same time on each side of the phone. Yota has developed a few customizations and a new SDK to either just send screenshots of anything that's on Android over to E Ink or to also enable interactivity on the E Ink side, such as flipping pages with their swipe gestures at the capacitive bottom that is on each side of the device. Expected delivery is to be between Q2 and Q3 2013, Yota Devices is a Russian company but the market for this dual mode E Ink and LCD phone can be worldwide.
ZTE's new 1080p Android phone.
Sony's new 1080p phone.