News: Mobile Phones
Tuesday, 13 Mar 2012
Sony Mobile Communications today announced Xperia Sola as the latest addition to its portfolio of Android powered Xperia smartphones. Armed with a dual-core 1GHz processor and a floating touch navigation feature, the Xperia Sola will be available in black, white and red from Q2 2012.
Tag Heuer introduces the world's first luxury phone, the Racer which is crafted for high performance. Retailing at 2800€, the Racer will be available in Tag Heuer boutiques, luxury mobile boutiques and select watch and jewellery retailers in July.
Samsung has announced via its Facebook and Twitter accounts that the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update will hit Galaxy S II handsets in Korea and Europe first.
Nokia's alleged 10-inch Windows 8 tablet is said to make its appearance in Q4, Digitimes reports.
Monday, 12 Mar 2012
When you have 27 million users, all of which are using iOS, how do you double, or even triple that growth? By building an Android version which according to Instagram founder Kevin Systrom, is even better than the iOS version.
At the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, Marvel Entertainment announced and previewed Marvel AR, a new app designed for Android and iOS devices which opens up extra content when you point your camera at the comic book.
Friday, 9 Mar 2012
Contrary to an earlier news posting on Samsung's Philippines site, the Korean company has sent a Twitter update, stating that it won't be pushing the Android 4.0 update to the Samsung Galaxy S II on 10th March.
Official restrictions for the Windows Phone Tango update has finally made its way on Microsoft's Windows Phone How-to website. We have the details.
The Thuraya XT-Dual satellite phone offers seamless communications as the phone provides consumers the flexibility and freedom to switch between GSM and satellite modes wherever they may be located.
Thursday, 8 Mar 2012
Sony Mobile is launching the Sony Xperia S in conjunction with the IT Show 2012. Available in black and white, the Xperia S is priced at S$898 without contract.