Remember the Amazon Fire phone? We kinda forget about it, to be honest, as we haven’t really heard anything about it since Jeff Bezos showed it to the world on June 8. With a week to go the phone’s exclusive launch on AT&T, Amazon is now beginning its Fire phone marketing push with a TV commercial that highlights one of the biggest perks that come with the device – one “free” year of Amazon Prime. Amazon Prime, normally going for $99/year, includes free two-day shipping for many Amazon items, an ebook per month, movies, and a music streaming service. Having…
Samsung has been developing the health and fitness component of its high-end smartphones, and now it’s reportedly taking the concept a step further with the addition of an ultraviolet sensor on the Galaxy Note 4.
Microsoft just announced that future Nokia X devices will be running Windows Phone instead of Android. This puts an end to Microsoft’s brief adventure in Android land, which began less than five months ago when Stephen Elop, then CEO of Nokia, announced the Nokia X at MWC in Barcelona.
LG officially launched today its new “mid-tier” variant of the G3, the G3 Beat. The 5-inch phone will be marketed as the LG G3 s in Europe.
The eight-month old iPhone 5S significantly outpaced the Galaxy S5 in May 2014, the second full month of availability for Samsung’s flagship.
New reports claim the first Android One device is set to launch this October, in India. This could be a huge step for the Android platform, guys.
A new accessory called InkCase Plus brings an e-ink companion display to your Android phone.
Both the LG and Sony flagships are fantastic phones. But how do they fare against each other? We find out in this comparison of the LG G3 vs Sony Xperia Z2!
In our latest flagship smartphone battle, we pit the latest and greatest from LG and HTC against each other. Here’s a look at the LG G3 vs HTC One (M8)!
Xiaomi will offer its flagship product, the Mi 3 smartphone, from July 22, with online retailer Flipkart as the exclusive channel. The Xiaomi Mi 3 will cost INR 13,999 (around $230), not INR 14,999, as was initially announced.