Google’s Android TV link, the Nexus Player, will see release in its second market come next month according to Google’s Asia Pacific Blog.
Ymobile is set to launch its impractical looking Heart 401AB phone in Japan come the end of March. This is definitely one for the fashion concious.
Released on Christmas 2014, the LG Fx0 stands as being Japan’s first Firefox OS device, as well as the platform’s most impressive spec spread yet. Thoughts!
The newly independent VAIO brand is set to release a mid-range 5-inch smartphone in 2015 that may bring it screen-to-screen with its progenitor, Sony.
Today KDDI has finally made its plans to release a Mozilla powered smartphone official with the announcement of the LG Fx0, to be released on Christmas.
The recently released Gear S smartwatch boasts a bevy of features, 3G connectivity being one of them. Yet in Japan, there is also a Wi-Fi only variant.
Thanks to crowdfunding, a small Japanese start-up is seeking cash to make a brilliant watch with an e-ink face AND band, allowing for 24 different designs.
Made by Sharp for Softbank, the new Aquos Crystal is pushing the physical envelope of smartphone design with a “frame-less” design that’s almost all screen.
Samsung announced it broke a new record with the release of the Galaxy S5, for the fastest rollout of a single smartphone model ever. Concluding the rollout that started on April 11 is the version of the Sweet Pink version of the Galaxy S5, headed for Japan.
Who needs bezels? Or old fashioned Full HD screens? If you’re a customer of Japan’s KDDI carrier, you could be asking these very questions starting in July, when LG’s new Isai FL (LGL24) will hit the market as one of the world’s first Quad HD smartphones.