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.
Today, it was announced through a KDDI press release that there will be an HTC J One smartphone with microSD card support. Have you been waiting for something like this?
HTC is not doing that great financially, but it still has time to work on devices like the HTC Mini accessory and the HTC au Infobar A02 smartphone.
Amongst the many Xperia handsets that were recently introduced by Sony, what would you say your favorite model is? Unless you live in Japan, we hope you’re not going to pick the Xperia VL. After all, the Sony Xperia VL is yet another Japan-exclusive phone that won’t be released outside the country.
After unveiling the world’s first ever smartphone sporting an IGZO panel last week, Sharp continues its mission to make the new technology popular by introducing the first tablet with such a display. The Aquos Pad SHT21 is the name of the 7-inch tab scheduled to get a Japanese launch on KDDI sometime in mid-December, and, while it will probably never get out of Asia, we can’t stop drooling over it.
Are you planning to stay for an extended period in Japan in the near future? If the answer is yes, you may want to take note of what KDDI will have in store soon. Alongside the HTC J Butterfly, the Japanese carrier said that it’s bringing LG’s latest flagship offering, the Optimus G, to its customers.
KDDI and Fujitsu have just launched a powerful new Android smartphone which is scheduled to be released in Japan in early July. The device – known as the Fujitsu Arrows Z ISW13F –... is a very capable device and that would likely be a big hit if it were to reach either the European or North American market. Why do we say so? What more can you ask for from an Android device with 1.5...