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 UK announces the Nexus 7 3G, availability begins today, November 28
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.
Sony Xperia J and Alcatel One Touch 903 now available with Three UK
Cracking the smartphone market in Europe isn’t the easiest thing to do if you don’t have all the chops and credentials. Just ask Panasonic, as the Japanese firm is reportedly on the verge of packing its bag and leaving behind its European dream for the second time around. It doesn't stop Alcatel from trying its luck by releasing the One Touch 903 smartphone.
Three UK Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean update is out and about
As you already know, Samsung and its carrier partners are rolling out the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update in a variety of markets already, mostly European ones, but not only. However, the U.S. Galaxy S3 versions will be updated only “in the coming months,” maybe as late as the first months of 2013.
Vodafone is now stocking the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. This news comes just days after the handset was initially released in the UK. The additional UK carriers will be releasing the device in the next couple weeks, along with EE's 4G network.
New Xperia T and Xperia J coming to O2, Three and Vodafone in UK
UK is still in pole-position to get the Xperia T and J before any other market, and we’ve now started to hear about the carriers preparing to start selling the two phones. As expected, no carrier will be getting exclusivity over any of the devices, which is good news for regular users, who’ll have more freedom of choice.