For those who went through Expansys to pre-order their device, the online retailer is noting they will ship on September 6.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is official for quite some time now, but the pieces of the pricing and availability puzzles are falling into place rather slowly.
With the Optimus G Pro official for close to two months now, you’d think LG would be keen on delivering tech users the best technology as quickly as possible
If there was ever a time to buy a phone from Acer, it’s now, as the Liquid E1 Duo is up for pre-orders in the UK at a very enticing price.
HTC was initially pretty vague on One’s official release date, but the pieces of the puzzle fell into place one by one in the past couple of weeks.
For a limited time only, mobile retailer Expansys UK is selling the 4G LTE-enabled HTC One SV for £260 — tax included.
Though Samsung’s basically skipped past this year’s CES and chances are MWC will get a similar treatment, you can’t say the company hasn’t been the usual busy bee all through January.
Interested in getting the LG Optimus Vu in the UK without signing a two year contract? Online retailer Expansys is offering an unlocked SIM-free white or black model of the Vu right now for £349.99.
If you’ve been wondering just how much you’ll have to shell out for the One X+, look no further than Expansys, as the online retailer has started offering HTC’s latest flagship model on its website.
When it comes to attracting new users to existing phone models, adding a new color is always a cost effective approach. A color refresh gives consumers more options, while also offering them a way to stand out from the early adopters. The Samsung Galaxy S3 has already taken this approach in South Korea with a pink variant. Now comes a red model of the UK Samsung Galaxy, just in time for the holidays.