HTC’s One, which was announced less than a month ago, will hit the Taiwanese market this week according to a local Taiwanese publication. For reasons we don’t understand, it’ll have 16 GB of storage.
Young people own phones and tablets these days, but not credit cards, so they can’t buy apps. That’s why gift cards exist, and they’re soon going to come to the UK.
ZTE’s USA CEO told FierceWireless in an interview that the company doesn’t want to throw money away on advertising. Their operator partners will do that for them.
Google is going to copy Opera Mini’s compression service and stick it inside Chrome, which can only be a good thing for people on slow wireless networks.
LG has just announced that they’ve shipped over 10 million phones that have 4G LTE support. That means they’ve been shipping less than 750,000 units/month. Is that good or bad?
That brand new 8 inch Samsung Galaxy Note, apparently the South Korean device maker wants to sell a million of them every month. Is that reasonable? We think so!
Google’s CFO just dropped a bombshell. He said that the next few phones from Motorola are going to be drop dead boring and unimpressive. Hell of a quote!
The head of Android engineering at Google just reiterated the company’s stance that Motorola being treated the same as every other Android partner. Is that true though?
Aptina has just announced two new camera sensors, with one being a 12 MP part, while the other does 13 MP. What’s cool is that both can capture 4K video at 30 FPS.
An as yet to be announced phone from LG just got leaked. It’s called the Optimus LTE III, and it looks a lot like a Galaxy S II. It even has the same flip cover as the GS3.