This isn’t the $65 handset we are looking for.
Micromax and Spice are rolling out the update over the weekend.
The phone is priced at $250 on a two-year contract.
At $70, the Lumia 430 is impressively cheap and feature-packed.
The Galaxy S6 Active will offer the same hardware as the Galaxy S6 in a rugged body.
The 2013 Nexus 7 is slated to be the first device to get the update.
Android users seem to have taken a liking to BlackBerry’s messaging service.
The rumor mill is slowly picking up steam for the next iPhone.
The Android Wear app for iOS could launch at Google I/O in May.
Android 5.0 managed to double its user base in a month.
The Elife S7’s ultra-thin profile manages to fit an impressive amount of hardware.
The images are the closest we can currently get to an official look at the two devices.
The new BlackBerry 10 handset is expected to launch in April.
The new Moto E brings marginal upgrades over the original.
US carrier Sprint could be the first to make the G Flex 2 available for sale.
The small version change brings a slew of major features.
The mysterious handset runs Android Lollipop and carries mid-range hardware.
The phone’s Lollipop update has been certified by the Wi-Fi alliance.