It was a decision that had many Android geeks holding their breaths, with the biggest ones being held by the team of Cyanogen Inc. About three months ago, Cyanogen Inc. (then simply CyanogenMod) had announced the decision to go incorporated, and had announced a tie-up with an OEM we now know to be Oppo. They had then applied for verification from Google to allow the users of their own version of Android to use Google services, the most important being the Play Store. Well, guess what? Google has given Oppo and Cyanogen Inc the go-ahead to release the first Cyanogen phone.
In today’s saturated smartphone market, there are few innovations one can make. Perhaps, the last major innovation for smartphones has to be the introduction of the iPhone – a release that shook up the whole face of mobile devices. LG claims that it has got the next revolution right at hand, and they might actually be correct. Please welcome, the LG G Flex.
LG Mobile Singapore has confirmed that LG’s latest phone, the G Flex, will be arriving at Singaporean and Hong Kong shores within the next week. Singapore customers get to pre-order this device first from all three carriers from 8 December … Continue reading LG G Flex arriving in Singapore 21 Dec, pre-orders open 8 Dec
As each new smartphone releases, we see huge improvements in screen, processing power, camera performance and what not. However, there have always been gripes about smartphone battery performance – many simply cannot get it to last a whole day, much … Continue reading Xiaomi release 10,400 mAh Power Bank… for just $11
HTC is the last of all the major Android manufacturers to be releasing a phablet. Samsung had pioneered this category with their Galaxy Note, and LG had soon followed suit with their Optimus G Pro. Sony too had released their … Continue reading HTC goes supersized with One Max
The Nexus 5 is the last of four (five, but no one saw the Samsung Galaxy Round coming) smartphones to be released during the holiday break, and it looks like there is absolutely nothing to leak anymore. Today, the Nexus … Continue reading Nexus 5 specs, price and release date leaked
Following our 2014 Flagships shootout, we decided something was lacking. Not everyone can afford flagship phones, or simply are more budget-conscious, and so we’ve decided to launch our second shootout for 2014 smartphones: mid-range offerings.
Most people looking for mid-range phones either cannot afford flagships, or they don’t use their devices enough to warrant paying the prices for flagships. If you are one of these people, or want a mid-range phone for whatever reason, read on.