For those of you in the UK who may be interested in the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, you’re in luck. Clove has just announced pre-orders for Samsung’s new wearable tech. It will set you back ￡235 plus delivery and VAT.
HTC Fetch is a Bluetooth-enabled tag that connects to your smartphone and issues an alert when the object it’s attached to goes outside a 15 meters range.
UK retailer Clove lists the Sony Xperia L on its website as available to buy. Read on to find out more details about its price and release date.
Have you been waiting for the Xperia Tablet Z? British online retailer Clove has put up Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z for pre-order, with an expected availability date on May 20.
Remember when the HTC One was due for a UK release on March 14? Good times! We actually thought HTC was on its way back to the top and Samsung was in big trouble.
Samsung confirmed that they are discontinuing their keyboard dock for a few of their popular tablets due to “supply issues.” The Korean tech giant will be introducing a new and less practical keyboard solution soon.
Unveiled back in November and already released in a couple of countries across the world, the HTC One SV is now up for grabs in the UK as well. For the moment, there’s only one British retailer selling the mid-ranger, Clove, but we are expecting others to follow suit soon.
With some hope of the 64GB Galaxy S3 coming available for those in the UK. Retailer Clove, who had begun accepting pre-orders at the beginning of the month, has since stopped, citing limited demand.
Earlier today we reported on the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini. Now we have confirmation that a UK SIM-free version of the Mini will arrive in white and blue variants, priced at £298.80.
With the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 set to release soon, the Galaxy Tab series, with its latest iterations, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 7.7 have been relegated to a low-to-mid-range series. Be that as it may, some consumers are more than happy with a dual-core processor device which is enough to meet their basic everyday needs of checking email, surfing the net, video chatting, and watching the occasional movie. Let’s be blunt, that’s all most of us use our tablets for anyway. Anyone in the UK looking for a mid-range 10″ tablet now has another option…