Motorola is going to release a smartwatch this year, according to a Twitter status, and senior vice president Rick Osterloh himself. Read past the fold for more details.
When Sony released the Xperia Z1 last year in October, there were a few dismayed fans. After all, the Xperia Z had been on the market for just 8 months. Still, the upgrade can be justified – the Xperia Z was released in in February with a Snapdragon S4 Pro. The Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One had the more powerful S600. However, 4 months after that, they’ve decided to release the Xperia Z2.
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That’s right. The highly anticipated sequel to the Surface family, the Surface 2, will be available in Singapore from March 14. Look past the break for more details and full pricing of the device and accessories.
Yesterday and the day before, the two largest Android smartphone giants released their respective flagships of 2014, with Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and Sony’s Xperia Z2. We promised you a comparison article, and here it is!
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The company behind the new HTC One two-camera system has shown Pocket-lint how it will work ahead of the official launch by HTC.
We’ve already confirmed that the new HTC One (M8) will feature two cameras on the rear of the device, and now we’ve had a chance to see how the new camera will work. Continue reading “Pocketlint: HTC One M8 camera demoed in MWC”
Nokia X is Nokia’s way of entering into the Android arena, but not quite in the way you’d expect – the device is unable to access Google’s Play Store, instead they have Nokia’s own Nokia store for Android apps. So it’s essential to get developers on board to help develop Android applications for Nokia X. Fortunately it seems that Viber has got Nokia’s back.
As the world smartphone market leaders, what do the head-honchos at Samsung do when it’s the annual time to update their flagship? Stuff with more features that may or may not be useful at all.