What comes after X? Y? X2? X+1? How about XL? That’s just a wild guess, but it might be what Motorola is prepping as a sequel to the somewhat underwhelming first-generation Moto X.
LG G3 Beat aka G3 Mini has been making rounds in the rumor mill, but it seems the Korean OEM decided to finally put an end to all these rumors. Recently, the company announced the LG G3 Beat, a miniature version of the LG G3, with trimmed down specifications and a lower price tag.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will ship with a UV sensor, and while Samsung has confirmed that fact, it has not revealed how the sensor will actually be utilized. A new report from SamMobile sheds some light on what Samsung may be planning to do with the Note 4′s ultraviolet light sensor. According to SamMobile, Samsung will use the sensor to protect users by integrating it with the S Health app and monitoring UV exposure.
Over the weekend, some images of the alleged Sony Xperia Z3 made their way to the internet showing us what the upcoming flagship from Sony will come with. And now, an alleged device with a model number D6603 passed through the FCC, believed to be the upcoming Sony Xperia Z3.
At least 40 Windows Phone games have been updated to work with some of the latest Windows smartphones from Nokia and other manufacturers. Many of the games had not previously been available on Windows Phone 8 because of how old they are, but that didn’t stop developers from coming out with updated versions fit for the latest devices. Among the games are Minesweeper and Spartan Assault. The games also need just 512MB of memory to run correctly, so most of the current Windows Phone devices will be supported.
Google had plenty to showcase during last month’s developer-focused I/O conference on the unfinished software front, including Android L, but perhaps the most notable if somewhat overlooked announcement saw a little program called Android One formally debut.
Earlier today, AT&T announced that it will start selling the Windows Phone 8.1 powered Lumia 635 on the GoPhone prepaid service. Well, it’s not the only device that will make its way to the carrier: the HTC Desire 610 will also launch on the network’s prepaid.
As disappointed as we were seeing the otherwise outstanding Xperia T2 Ultra break the ice with Android 4.3 out the box a few months ago, it was pretty obvious right off the bat Sony would give the mid-range phablet a nice makeover treatment before you could say KitKat.
Well, that was fast. Microsoft barely took the wraps off Windows Phone 8.1 three months ago, and the first devices running the new OS started shipping in June, yet a bundle of Nokia Lumias are already getting updated beyond WP 8. Plus, they’re scoring an exclusive goodie pack dubbed Lumia Cyan.
When it comes to Bluetooth speakers, it’s not an easy thing to stand apart from the rest. As you should know by now, they come in all colors, shapes, and sizes by all sorts of different manufacturers. But while I was roaming around at CES 2014 earlier this year, one in particular caught my eye at the iLuv booth.
Samsung likely has hardly any fond memories of the time it was under public scrutiny for releasing the Frankensteinian smartphone/digital camera Galaxy S4 zoom mutant, yet that’s not stopping the Koreans from bringing the bulky 4.3 incher back in the spotlight.
AT&T is looking to substantially bolster its affordable no-contract handheld lineup, confirming at last both the Nokia Lumia 635 and HTC Desire 610 will become available for sale on July 25. The former shall cost a measly $99.99 with GoPhone prepaid plans, while the latter is appraised at a pretty sensible $199.99 outright price point too.