Sony Mobile Russia has sent out invites to a press event on March 18 in Moscow. Is this going to be the official launch of the Xperia SP and Xperia L?
The Sony online store in Russia has just posted the Sony Xperia ZL up for sale. It costs just a little under $900.
The ASUS FonePad, a 7-inch Intel-powered tablet with voice-calling capabilities, is releasing in Russia this month, priced at €265. A Europe-wide release should follow soon. Will you be picking one up?
We reported in November that Samsung was working on “La Fleur” versions of their smartphones. Today it was announced that they will be available in Russia starting Feb. 1st.
Although it may not be as exciting as Oppo’s Find 5 or ZTE’s Nubia Z5, the Meizu MX2 is still one of the coolest Android smartphones to come out from someone other than the well-established names in the industry.
The long awaited and extremely popular Google Play Books and Movies services are now available to users in Russia. You can rent movies as low as 40 rubles and consume them on your Android device, or the web.
The LTE Samsung Galaxy S3 is going to make its way to Russia very soon, as it’s set to become available through Russia’s second largest mobile carrier, MegaFon, starting December 10th.
Although Sony seemed to have not one, but two new flagship phones in store for us this fall, the Xperia V was mostly ignored whereas the T got all the attention. Oh well, that’s what happens when you mess with 007.
The first prototype of the Android-like OS, dubbed the Russian Mobile Operating System (RoMOS), was presented by researchers from the Central Scientific Research Institute in the sidelines of the IFA event in Berlin. In a presentation to the Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, developers have stressed that the mobile operating system will ensure data security and integrity. “The operating system has all the functional capabilities of an Android operating system but none of its hidden features that send users’ private data to Google headquarters.”