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.
About a week ago, Samsung launched the world’s first curved smartphone, the Galaxy Round, which is largely based on their Note 3. While the idea was neat, most of the world wondered what practical use it would be having. Samsung … Continue reading LG responds to Galaxy Round with their own curved device
INTRODUCTION Here we are, with the review all of you have been waiting for. A few days ago, we had teased you with a shot of our Xperia Z1, and Sony’s flagship’s review is finally here. In our eyes, Sony … Continue reading Xperia Z1 Review – It came, it saw, it captured
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
It has just been a few days since the release of Sony’s monster flagship, the Xperia Z1. That device packs the new Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core S800 processor, clocked at 2.2 GHz, 2 GB of RAM, an Adreno 330 GPU, a … Continue reading Sony announces Z1 f – mini version of the Z1
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.
According to a post on ePrice, the new HTC Butterfly 2 is a waterproof handset, it will have a 5.2-inch 1080P display and Snapdragon 800 processor. Other rumors also claim that the Butterfly 2 will be announced in January 2014, we … Continue reading HTC Butterfly 2 Specs Leaked, reveal strong muscle