Product Roadmap

Huawei readying new wearables including first smartwatch

Huawei 2015 product roadmap

Specific details may be slim but Huawei gave the media a glimpse into 2015 product roadmap earlier today at its headquarters in China. Not only will the company expand its device portfolio to include new smartphones and tablets but it plans on offering a number of wearables including its first Android Wear smartwatch. Huawei will place particular focus on “premium” as the […]

BlackBerry 2014 roadmap revealed?


BlackBerry’s global roadmap for the rest of 2014 appears to have been leaked. While BlackBerry has already announced a number of the devices it plans to launch before the end of the year, many still expected to see the company also release a high-end all-touch device to succeed the BlackBerry Z30 launched in late 2013. If the information obtained by […]

Motorola to launch 8 new devices including Nexus one by the end of the year?

Motorola logo

If the latest rumour holds true, Motorola could wrap up the year with the launch of 8 new devices. Between now and Christmas, Motorola could unveil three new DROID devices, four Motorola branded devices and a Nexus smartphone. It would certainly make for a very busy year-end especially as its acquisition by Lenovo is expected to close in the same […]

Microsoft to launch trio of new Nokia smartphones later this summer

Rumoured Microsoft Nokia Lumia Q3 2014 roadmap

Rumours of new Nokia Lumia devices have been floating around for some time now. A leaked roadmap obtained by the usually reliable @evleaks now sugests that Microsoft could launch three new Nokia smartphones, likely Lumia Windows Phone devices, later this summer, likely in time for the busy Back-to-school and holiday shopping seasons. The timeline identifies the devices by their model numbers […]

BlackBerry readying three new high-end smartphones

BlackBerry Q10 keyboard

BlackBerry today announced its Q4 FY2014 financial results. The struggling company recorded another loss and revealed that it had only sold 1.3 million BlackBerry smartphones during the quarter. Despite this disappointing news, BlackBerry CEO John Chen reconfirmed once more that the company will remain in the hardware business and is planning to release up to three new high-end smartphones over […]