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Taiwan-based Nextab launches cheap alternatives for Samsung’s Galaxy Note and Nexus

The Galaxy Note and Nexus clones come from Taiwan-based Nextab, who has shown off the duo at the COMEX 2012 tech bazaar. We don’t know much about Nextab (in fact it’s the first time ...
by AdrianSeptember 4, 201216

Samsung enriches entry-level smartphone line-up with Galaxy Pocket Duos dual-SIM smartphone

The latest entry-level, but rather chic offering from Sammy is called the Galaxy Pocket Duos and, you guessed it, comes with dual-SIM functions. This is not exactly a newcomer, though, ...
by AdrianSeptember 3, 20127

HTC Desire X gets an official ‘first look’ video, still no pricing and ETA announced

We haven’t had the chance to compile a thorough review of the Desire X or even get some one-on-one time with it at the IFA 2012, but HTC has done us a favor and has put an official ...
by AdrianSeptember 3, 2012

Kyocera Rises at Virgin Mobile right on schedule – who wants a texty beast for $100?

One of Kyocera’s most decent offerings in a while “rose” right on cue at Sprint, and, also on schedule, the phone is now available through Virgin Mobile. The Rise is this time around up ...
by AdrianSeptember 1, 2012

IFA 2012: Huawei unveils six “new” Android devices, including the D1 Quad XL and MediaPad 10 FHD

Huawei is at it again at the IFA in Berlin, where no less than six new Android gadgets are on the Chinese-based OEM’s display. “New” is a relative term here however, as we’ve seen a ...
by AdrianAugust 31, 2012

Haier gets in the Android game

We don’t exactly know what has made Haier want to get into the smartphone/tablet game right now, but we’re rather glad they did. Although their gadgets won’t challenge the likes of the ...
by AdrianAugust 30, 2012

HTC Desire X launched as a budget 4-incher with ICS and dual-core S4 chip

The first gadget to be unveiled by HTC at the IFA is a far from impressive budget-friendly phone which might get lost in the crowd if it won’t be priced correctly. The Desire X has been ...
by AdrianAugust 30, 20123

MetroPCS launches budget-friendly Coolpad Quattro 4G for just $99 with no contract

MetroPCS is not exactly known for offering a very wide range of smartphones, but we’ve heard a couple of rumors for the past month or so that the number six US carrier was looking to ...
by AdrianAugust 28, 20121

No-contract smartphones pass the $100 barrier with T-Mobile Concord

As of yesterday, a new competitor has entered the cheap smartphone race to the bottom. T-Mobile announced the availability of the Concord, a no-nonsense 3.5-inch device running Android ...
by Bogdan PetrovanAugust 24, 20121

ZTE Blade 3 pops up at Finnish retailer, to go on sale soon for €200

There’s no sure sign of a high-ender coming soon from ZTE, but there’s a new mid-range (or low-end?) device on the horizon. The Blade 3 has popped up at Finnish retailer Verkkokauppa ...
by AdrianAugust 23, 20121
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