Flip phones may have gone the way of the dinosaur, but that hasn’t stopped LG. The Korean electronics giant just announced the LG Wine Smart, an entry level Android smartphone that just so happens to feature a clam shell design.
Per Google’s findings, there are still over five billion people in the world without a smartphone. But the search giant’s Android One program is going to change that, starting with the release of three new smartphones in India.
The SKK Mobile V2 has been reimagined, sporting a new look and updated specs.
The Alcatel OneTouch POP S3 has been officially launched in the Philippines. It’s a 4-inch smartphone with 4G LTE connectivity for Php6,999.
Though it launches high-end devices every now and then, Starmobile’s smartphone release this time is one that focuses on high-speed surfing with affordability in mind. The new Starmobile Vida is a 3.5-inch Android KitKat smartphone with 3G HSPA+ connectivity for just Php2,490.
How much do you think a cheap Windows Phone should cost? For Cherry Mobile, it’s just Php2,999. The company recently unveiled its Cherry Mobile Alpha Style, a 4-inch smartphone powered by Windows Phone 8.1.
Now here’s something new – amidst all the Android devices being released by Cherry Mobile this year is a smartphone that’s powered by Windows Phone OS: the Cherry Mobile Alpha Luxe.
While the top companies in the mobile industry pretty much dominated the headlines during IFA 2014 in Berlin, minor players were also busy introducing their own new devices. Expanding its lineup of reasonably priced OneTouch POP devices, Alcatel has unveiled the POP 2 smartphones and POP 8S tablet.
The Huawei Ascend Mate7 was recently unveiled in Berlin, and it’s huge! The name may suggest that this device is of tablet variety, but it’s actually a 6-inch phablet with Full HD resolution.
Amidst the all too familiar forms of smartphones being unveiled in IFA 2014 in Berlin this week is a device with a unique feature. The new Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is certainly turning heads with its strange yet possibly innovative screen that curves around its side.
We all knew it was coming, and indeed Samsung finally unpacked its next big thing for this year. The new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is everything we loved about its predecessor, plus several improvements here and there.