The Sony Xperia Z1 is already available for pre-order in Europe, with some UK retailers and carriers offering free gadgets with each pre-order (QX lens of Smartwatch 2) and free content.
The Galaxy Note 3 is reportedly available from EE retail stores in the UK, although the giant carrier is not listing the handset on its website yet.
O2 and Vodafone have both launched their 4G networks in the UK today, but coverage is very limited compared with EE’s dominant 4G network.
The LTE version of the Nexus 7 (2013) will launch on September 13 with O2 in the UK, with the carrier taking pre-orders for the 4G model starting with August 29. Read on for more details.
Google now sells the new Nexus 7 in a total of seven markets, with three more to follow.
The Nexus 7 (2013) will reportedly launch on August 28 in the UK, with prices expected to start at £199.99 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model.
Online retailer Very.co.uk is carrying listings for the new Nexus 7 with 4G. It is quoted as having a three day delivery time. The price, £299. Is this a mistake or a genuine indicator that the 4G Nexus 7 will launch in the UK before the Wi-Fi only versions?
HTC just announced the European availability of the HTC Desire 500, an entry-level device that was first unveiled last month in Taiwan.
Earlier this year a small phone surfaced known as the HTC Mini, whose sole purpose is to connect to the HTC Butterfly, which is known as the DNA in the U.S. The HTC Mini surfaced again, only this time in the U.K.
Move over EE, you’re not the only game in town anymore! Starting August 29th, O2 will be launching its 4G network in the UK, at least for lucky users in London, Leeds and Bradford.