Samsung will make its usual announcements at the IFA 2014 with a reveal of new products and one of them is the 4th generation of the Galaxy Note series.
The event will start on September 5th, just a week before the rumoured announcement of the next flagship of iPhone series. Samsung will make its appearance first before Sony holds a large press conference.
The next line of the iPhone family might just only be a month away, as rumours suggest that the great reveal event for the new iPhone 6 flagship will most likely take place on September 9, a date close to Apple's previous big releases.
The successor to the iPhone 5s will most likely feature a liquid metal design with a 64-Bit Quad Core A8 processor developed by Samsung. It has been reported that there will be 2 variants of the phone to suit the customers; one with a screen size of 4.7" and one with a 5.5" display. The screen is reportedly being built by Sapphire Crystal for extra durability and to insure the screen will withstand most accidents.
Xiaomi has unveiled the Redmi Note 4G, a LTE-enabled version of the highly popular Redmi Note launched by the company back in March.
Although the model is identical to its sibling, LTE is not the only difference between the phone versions. The Redmi Note 4G packs ever so slightly different specs, including a different chipset…
We’ve known for a while that Bioshock publisher 2K games had something on the cards after it posted a Bioshock 1 teaser image just over a week ago. Yesterday, the publisher confirmed that the seven year old game will be winging its way to mobile by the end of this summer.
2K also revealed that the iOS version of the game will be a full port of the critically acclaimed title, with no changes save optimisation work for mobile devices.
New data has emerged suggesting that the average iOS user is around seven times more active online when compared to smart phone users.
Web data analyst site Net Applications has monitored over 40,000 websites checking traffic from smart phones and mobile devices, discovering that iOS devices make up 44.19% of mobile traffic in comparison to Android’s 44.62%. When taking into account Android’s vastly larger user base, that shows a significant swing in terms of relative activity online.
T-Mobile has just officially released a new low-mid range Samsung smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Avant.
The phone is effectively an improved version of the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE, and will retail for $216 or free and $9 a month for two years…
Blackberry has struggled in consumer markets for some time now, but there’s one area of the smartphone market where the company continues to thrive; providing secure smartphones for government employees and others for whom security is paramount.
Now, it looks like this dominance in the area of secure phone tech is set to continue, as CEO John Chen announced that the Canadian tech firm has agreed to purchase German security company Secusmart, with whom they have worked since 2009…
The Samsung Z was supposed to be the first ever smartphone to run Tizen, and had been slated to launch in Russia early this month.
However, with no sign of the Tizen powered Samsung Z, there’s been plenty of speculation on the status of that phone, with the general assumption that the model had been delayed. Samsung has now spoken out to confirm this rumour, and it looks like the Samsung Z might be pushed back indefinitely…
The Nokia Lumia 530 and 530 Dual Sim are now official, and they are a pretty modest upgrade on parent model the Nokia Lumia 520.
It’s pretty low end in terms of pricing as we’d expect; the model is slated for an August release at €85 or $115 before taxes or subsidies. However, in terms of the hardware itself, the Lumia 530 isn’t offering all that much of a boost over its predecessor…
Xiaomi has announced its newest flagship phone model and successor to the Mi 3 smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi 4.
The company - which has a huge market share in China and looks to be a force to be reckoned with in the coming years - unveiled its newest smartphone at a huge event in Beijing; a slick, metal framed device with high end hardware and a custom Android skin…