News tagged ‘google android’
Tuesday, 17 Sep 2013
An employee of a bar apparently managed to take some photos of the upcoming LG Nexus 5 when its owner, a Google employee, left the device charging unsupervised. Coincidentally, the Nexus 4 ran out of stock on the Play Store and a casemaker indicates that the Nexus 5 will be available on 31 October.
More images of the HTC One Max leaked on Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo. More importantly, the main specs and availability of the device are apparently confirmed in a screenshot.
Friday, 13 Sep 2013
HTC may be introducing a new color to its One flagship. The color is none other than champagne gold.
Thursday, 5 Sep 2013
Samsung has announced that the registration of interest for its Galaxy Note 3 will begin on 7th Sep, at 0000 hours. Alternatively, you can also visit Samsung Experience stores on the same day during opening hours to pre-order a unit of the mobile device (without contract) by placing a S$50 deposit. Details inside.
Monday, 2 Sep 2013
ASUS is set to unveil a new Transformer Pad tablet on 4 September. The new device is believed to be a more affordable model of the Tegra 4-powered Transformer Pad Infinity announced at Computex 2013.
Sunday, 1 Sep 2013
LG Electronics today announced the G Pad 8.3, which boasts a 8.3-inch Full-HD (1,920 x 1,200 pixels) display and runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core 1.7GHz processor.
Tuesday, 27 Aug 2013
The Sony Xperia Z may not be as dust proof as it's touted to be. There have been several reports by users since March about dust particles residing on the camera lens itself. Hit the link to find out more.
Thursday, 15 Aug 2013
SamMobile claims to have obtained a distribution list where it specifies which country will be receiving the Exynos 5420 and/or Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note III.
Monday, 12 Aug 2013
The rumored HTC One Max made an appearance in flesh, showing off a 5.9-inch full HD display and a chassis that is similar to the 4.7-inch HTC One.
Friday, 2 Aug 2013
Motorola officially announces the Moto X - the first phone developed under Google and also the first to be fully assembled in the U.S. While it may seem like a midrange device, the Moto X has some unique features.