Last month, it was rumored that Verizon will offer the fastest handset by the Canadian manufacturer, the Blackberry Z30, which was unveiled almost two months back. It was given a vague November release date, with no signs of launch from Verizon.
Recently, HTC released its super-sized smartphone, the HTC One Max. If you’re in the U.S., and specifically a Sprint customer, you’ll be glad to know that the HTC One Max is expected to arrive on the carrier starting November 15, according to a product listing on Best Buy’s and Sprint’s websites. There’s no official announcement more »
The prolific @evleaks tweeted last month that Moto Maker customizations would be available on Verizon on November 11. Subsequently, it was mentioned that it’s not just Verizon; Moto Maker will be available on Sprint and T-Mobile as well by the end of this week. Now, the Moto Maker page for Verizon has appeared on Verizon’s website. Moto more »
Now this is what I call an interesting leak. Remember the Sony Xperia Z1s? The handset is expected to be the miniature version of Sony’s flagship device with the same specifications, except the display resolution. Interestingly, the Z1s just made a brief appearance on Sony’s website before it was pulled. It seems someone pulled the more »
Google Nexus 5 is available for just £299 for the 16GB version if you purchase it from the Google Play Store. However, this isn’t the price retailers are charging. If you decide to get it from any retailer in the UK, the handset will set you back by £399.
Are we on the heels of a technological revolution in the air? Between the recent changes in the FAA restrictions and this news about Gogo Talk & Text, the things they are a changing. Although this is not the first time a in-flight calling has made it’s presence known, it seems to be the first time it’s actually going to be successful. Now, with Gogo’s Text & Talk service, travelers will be able to use in-flight WiFi to make calls and send and receive text messages.
Nokia unveiled their long-rumored phablet, Nokia Lumia 1520, last month at a press event in Abu Dhabi with an expected launch by the end of this year in most countries. In the US, the phablet will be sold exclusively by AT&T and will come with a $199.99 price tag with two-year agreement. The phablet will hit the shelves in a variety of colors: red, black and white, with yellow color launching later this year.
Samsung has launched its first handset with a curved display, the Samsung Galaxy Round, in its home market of South Korea to gauge the response. Now, if you’re based in the U.S. and want to get your hands-on this powerful beast, you have an option. The folks at Negri Electronics are unofficially selling the handset more »
Last month, Motorola reduced the price of the Moto X to $99.99 on its website and Moto Maker, which was followed by other carriers and retailers as well. The only carrier that took a little while to respond to this price change was Verizon Wireless. Recently, Verizon slashed the price of the highly customizable Moto more »
Rumor has it that the long-awaited Google Nexus 5 is heading to T-Mobile. The handset is expected to hit T-Mo stores starting November 20. The source for this news? The folks at TmoNews managed to grab T-Mobile’s retail planning guide for the month of November, clearly showing the Google Nexus will hit its retail stores more »
Google recently unveiled its worst-kept secret, Google Nexus 5. If you’re curious to see the components and internals of this sweet handset, the folks at iFixit got their hands on the Nexus 5 and disassembled it completely to show users what’s inside. The Google Nexus 5 holds together some beautiful internals that are easy to more »
When we posted a list of devices that will get the treat of Android 4.4 in the coming months, we hadn’t heard anything from LG about the launch of the latest operating system for its flagship device, the LG G2. If you’ve invested in the , you’ll be happy to know that the latest Android more »