The stakes are higher than ever for HTC’s flagship, confirmed to be the One and only of its kind, but so far the 4.7-incher looks like it can handle the pressure.
Ofcom, the UK telecommunications regulator, has released the results of the UK’s 4G auction. The winners are Everything Everywhere, Hutchison 3G UK (Three), Niche Spectrum Ventures (a BT subsidiary), Telefonica, and Vodafone.
With all the talks about the HTC One, we haven’t forgotten about one of the members of HTC’s original One series, the One S. Here’s some good news regarding Android 4.1 for owners of the phone on Three UK.
We didn’t think Samsung’s “fame” needed a boost, but the Koreans decided to argue with us and unveiled the Galaxy Fame last week, along with the new G Young.
Three, the current number four (no pun intended) carrier in GB, finally has the “Ultrafast” Samsung Galaxy S3 up for grabs.
Three UK has announced that their data prices will not increase after their LTE launches. In fact, their prices won’t be changing at all.
Three UK has confirmed that Jelly Bean version 4.1.2 is now available for download using the Samsung Kies desktop software interface.
The Nexus 4 is one of the best-sold Android handsets of the year, with Google and LG not being able to keep up with demand. In case you live in the UK and desperately want one of these babies before Christmas then you’ll want to check out Three’s offer.
Three has announced the availability of the Nexus 7 3G. The tablet is available as of today, November 28, and can be purchased online at Three.co.uk or at any of the Three UK retail stores.
As one of the most sought after smartphones in the galaxy, the Nexus 4 has left many Android enthusiasts feeling frustrated due to the seemingly little stock that Google has of the phone – at least when it comes to the unlocked version of the pure Google device on Play Store. If you don’t mind the long wait, Three UK and TalkTalk will soon be offering the Nexus 4.