Sony’s entry-level Jelly Bean smartphone, the Xperia E, which boasts a 3.5-inch HVGA display and a 1GHz processor, is now up for grabs in the UK for £130 unlocked.
Samsung has confirmed that the UK version of the Galaxy S4 will be using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 processor and not its own Exynos 5 Octa. You can’t help but wonder which countries will actually see the Exynos chip?
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 has been formally introduced less than 100 hours ago and yet the pricing and availability puzzle is coming together rather nicely already.
EE has announced that the Galaxy S4 will be available for pre-order on March 28 in UK, and hit stores on April 26.
According to mobile retailer Clove, HTC has now pushed back the release date of the HTC One smartphone in the UK to the end of the month. Sad face.
How awesome is Sony’s Xperia Z? Pretty awesome, right? And not just on paper, as it’s been collecting rave review after rave review, including from our own Joshua Vergara.
Sony didn’t want to steal any of Xperia Z’s thunder at MWC, which is why the expected L and SP weren’t unveiled, but now is as good a time as any for the mid-range duo to debut.
Google Play gift cards, in denominations of £10, £25, and £50, are now official in the UK, and will be available from all Tesco and Morrisons outlets soon.
HTC was initially pretty vague on One’s official release date, but the pieces of the puzzle fell into place one by one in the past couple of weeks.
Although Google Play gift cards haven’t been given an official coming out party in the UK yet, they have made their way to at least one retail store in the country.