Bigger is better. It’s a creed that most Android smartphone manufacturers have taken for granted for a while now, but that companies like Nokia didn’t seem to be very fond of. Well, that’s all about to change, since the Finns have recently unveiled the 4.7-inch Lumia 625 and are reportedly working on a 5.2-inch 825.
Earlier rumours indicated a September 10th launch for the next generation iPhone, but now it looks like Apple will launch both the iPhone 5S and 5C together on October 25th. It is estimated that the fifth iteration of the Apple iPad and the Apple iPad mini 2 will also make their debut alongside the new
Nokia is reportedly planning on launching the Lumia 925 and Lumia 625, its newest Windows Phone smartphones not counting the 41-megapixel Lumia 1020, in India by the end of August.
Nokia has officially announced the Lumia 625, a Windows Phone 8 smartphone that offers a large 4.7-inch screen and LTE connectivity at an affordable price and in various color options.
Since the low-end Lumia 520 is currently the most popular Windows Phone 8 device in the world, it seems only logical for Nokia to continue focusing on that particular sector of the smartphone market. On that note, meet the Lumia 625, previously known as “Max”.
Bullish is just the first word that comes to mind when talking about Lenovo’s smartphone prospects, based on the company’s recent claims. Yet we’re not seeing the Chinese stepping things up as we’d have expected.
After ruling the Indian smartphone market for several years in a row, Micromax seems to have dropped the ball with the modestly specced and overpriced Canvas 4. Luckily for our Indian friends, we have options.
Cheaper than a rental car, and high above us in orbit, you can rent a nano-satellite with your spare cash.
They’ve both been a long time coming, they will both be available exclusively via T-Mobile in the US and they are both seeing daylight come July 17. No prizes for guessing what devices I’m talking about, as it is fairly obvious – Sony’s Xperia Z and Nokia’s Lumia 925.
After making great strides in the smartphone arena over the past year or so, Xiaomi is rumored to be gearing up for a debut in the tablet game. The company’s first tab effort could be called MiPad and see daylight in the fall for a modest starting price of $160.
The RIAA has just become the world’s largest sender of DMCA notices for the music industry, with their latest batch of take-down notices bringing the total above 25 million.
India will get yet another iteration of the mega-flop Akash tablet. With the counter at IV now, will the country finally have a decent tablet that actually helps with our productivity? Akash Tablet III
It looks like Microsoft has started selling a new SKU of their not-so-popular Surface Pro tablet. The new Pro has a 256 GB SSD, and an affordable price tag of $1,199 only.
Chinese company Voyo launched its new tablet. Dubbed the Voyo A15, this Exynos 5250 powered device might be the world’s most powerful 11.6-inch tablet yet.
Is T-Mobile on a roll or what? The (still) number four wireless network in the States has ditched contracts not long ago, is planning to launch LTE-Advanced by the end of 2013 and might be the first to sell two very exciting phones – Nokia’s Lumia 925 and Sony’s Xperia Z.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer JiaYu is rumored to be working on a spectacular S1 handheld with Snapdragon 600 heat and a Full HD panel, but before seeing that beast up on store shelves, two mid-rangers are likely to be made available.
The iPad mini was launched back in October 2012. After almost eight months, the tablet will now be officially launched in Brazil on June 25th.
Sony’s upcoming event scheduled for the 25th of June will not just bring in a gorilla-sized phablet, but a cute little new smart watch as well.
WPDang brings us leaked screenshots showing off the upcoming Windows Phone 8 Amber on Nokia’s new Lumia 925 flagship Smartphone.
Popular messaging app WhatsApp crosses 250 million monthly users, that’s a cool 50 million users more than Twitter