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.
If you haven’t been particularly lucky in getting the Nexus 4 directly from Google Play in the UK, you might be interested to hear that in addition to selling the phone on contract, Carphone Warehouse now has the unlocked Nexus 4 up for grabs. Shame about the exorbitant price, though.
There are a number of variables that can influence LTE speeds, especially soon after a network’s inception, so when EE flipped the switch on “true 4G” for the first time in UK, there were those who preferred caution to overexcitement.
For UK folks who are in the market for a new tablet, we’re here to pass along the good news that the Nook HD and the Nook HD+ have officially landed in the country.
This is not the first time we have heard chatter about a white LG Nexus 4, and while we have yet to get anything official from LG or Google, UK carrier TalkTalk has begun accepting pre-orders for the handset.
Here’s an interesting bid for your custom. A new mobile network is set to launch in the UK today and its USP is support for charity. The People’s Operator or TPO is billing itself as an ethical alternative to the crowd. Will that be enough to allow it to muscle into the competitive UK market?
If you’re looking to get a tablet or two to fill those holiday stockings, Samsung just has the thing that will put you right in the mood for some spending spree: a cashback promotion. Samsung UK offers up to £50 cashback on purchase of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, and the Galaxy Note 10.1.
If you’re planning to get the Google Nexus 7 in 32GB flavor in the UK, you may want to take advantage of the following offers by some retailers in the country.
While not comparable with Apple’s U.S. $1.05 billion win – which isn’t satisfying to either party by the way, for different reasons, obviously – the fact that Apple has to pay Samsung’s UK legal fees has to mean something for South Korean giant and the public.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera is a pretty unique device. It’s a point and shoot camera that runs Android. Despite its decent specs and HSPA-enabled radio, the camera cannot be used as a phone. People in the UK can now pre-order the camera from a couple of online retail sites and expect deliver in a few days.