The first signs are encouraging for Samsung, with customers in several European countries lining up to buy the Galaxy S5.
LG’s first curved smartphone, the G Flex, will be available in “over 20 European countries”, including the UK, Germany, France and Italy starting next month.
With KitKat about to land, Samsung began updating the LTE version of the Galaxy S4 to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with the first market to get it being Germany.
Google now sells the new Nexus 7 in a total of seven markets, with three more to follow.
Mercedes-Benz R&D department is looking to improve pedestrian and driving GPS on Google Glass to create more seamless door-to-door navigation.
A known leaker of HTC information claims the One Mini will come “really soon”, possibly by the end of July. Meanwhile, a German site says the phone will become available locally at the beginning of August.
Have you been itching to get your hands on the Galaxy Express? The smartphone is now available to buy in Germany for €489, which is costlier than the Galaxy S3.
The Google Nexus 4 is finally back in stock on the German Google Play Store, with an estimated shipping period of 3 – 5 days, and is priced at €249 and €349 for the 8GB and 16GB versions respectively.
The LG Optimus L7 II is ready to be released in Germany, and will be available for €249 (~$324). Are the specifications worth the price point?
Google and Motorola are on the verge of losing a patent lawsuit led by Microsoft that would require Google Maps to be removed from the German region. Could Germans survive merely off of Bing Maps?