News tagged ‘mobile phone’
Monday, 13 Feb 2012
Upcoming Acer CloudMobile smartphone to be unveiled at MWC, reports Pocket-Lint.
Friday, 10 Feb 2012
The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office has published a patent application from Apple, prompting speculations that future iOS and iMac devices might come with a 3D eye-tracking-based interface, reports PatentlyApple.
Press invites are usually a hint at what will be announced at the press conference. NVIDIA definitely took that route with the words "quad-core" and a smartphone put together within the press invite, hinting at the unveiling of a quad-core smartphone during MWC 2012.
Thursday, 9 Feb 2012
The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Tab 7.7 will be available in Singapore from 11 February at S$948 and S$898 respectively. Samsung also adds a new color, coral pink to its current flagship model, the Galaxy S II.
Details are still sketchy for the moment, but an industry source has revealed to Forbes that Nokia will be announcing at least one high-end smartphone, alongside an unusual software feature normally found only on high-end smartphones.
Samsung has confirmed that it will not be hosting a press conference at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, reports PCMag.
Chinese information technology website DoNews claimed that Apple is bringing support for Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and Russian languages to Siri in March.
Wednesday, 8 Feb 2012
Same specs, same design, with a different color scheme. Motorola's slim Android smartphone, the Motorola Razr, now comes with a white variant. The Razr White gets the same price tag of S$888, and will be available starting 10 Feb in Singapore from M1, StarHub and SingTel.
Tuesday, 7 Feb 2012
Nokia's first Windows Phone, the Nokia Lumia 800, was launched in three colors: black, cyan and magenta. A fourth color has been revealed, showcasing the Lumia 800 in a pure, white polycarbonate design.
A new report from South Korea says that the Samsung Galaxy S III will be released in stores sometime in May. The selling date aside, the report claims that the Galaxy S II's successor will measure 7mm thin.