85% of all shipped smartphones during Q2 2014 featured Google’s Android operating system. This is great news for Android fans, but not everyone is happy.
From July to December, Vodafone will bundle a six-month Netflix subscription when you sign up to one of its Red 4G plans. Customers of Vodafone also have the option of entertainment packs including Sky Sports and Spotify.
The first signs are encouraging for Samsung, with customers in several European countries lining up to buy the Galaxy S5.
The Moto X will launch in select European countries starting with February. Read on for more details!
Sony has kicked off Xperia Z1 Compact pre-order promotions in various European markets, although they’re only offered only for off-contract purchases from its online stores.
Motorola has now started sending out press invites for a special event that will take place in London on January 14th. The invite teases that they are preparing a “new addition to the European Motorola family of products”.
The Moto X is only available in some markets in the Americas currently, but the device may eventually make it to the rest of the world, as hinted by a Motorola marketing executive.
HTC UK revealed in a tweet that the HTC One Android 4.3 software update is coming in about a month. The silver lining of having to wait another month is that you might get bumped directly to Android 4.3 with Sense 5.5, as first seen on the One Max.
The European and American versions of the Galaxy Note 3 appear to be region locked, meaning that they won’t work with SIMs from outside Europe or the Americas respectively.
LG confirmed that an optional case with wireless charging capabilities would be made available to European customers.