If a company has put out a smartphone in the past 6 months, chances are it’s going to find its way to India at some point. That seems to be the case with the Lenovo Vibe X2, as the company hasn’t said a word about a Lenovo Vibe X2 India release, but it’s just shown up on the company’s official site.
Most of the top-tier handsets of 2014 have already been announced or released aside from a few stragglers, rumored devices and the Nexus line. We’ve heard rumors of an HTC Nexus 9 release date in October, and today a new report gives us a few dates to look forward to.
The LG G3 is an outstanding handset, but at 5.5-inches it’s a little large for some. If you want something a little smaller and cheaper, the LG G3 Vigor is a nice choice and it’s coming to AT&T on September 26th.
Yesterday an interesting rumor hit the web involving LG. The rumors touched on a new smartphone in the works, and it’s apparently another version of the popular LG G3. It’s not a dumbed down version of the flagship either, and it goes by the name of the LG G3 Pro.
If you love smartphones and live in India, it’s a good time to be a fan of tech. The country is getting dozens of new smartphones over the next few months, and HTC is joining the fray by releasing the HTC Desire 820 and HTC Desire 816 along with a couple of variants.
We’ve discussed the Motorola Droid Turbo several times in the past, but we haven’t had anything to go off of in the looks department – until now. That’s right, the first photos of the handset have arrived, and it’s a looker.
Remember the days when flip phones were still kind of cool and everyone was sporting a Motorola Razr? Those days may be long gone, but the Flip Phone is still around thanks to companies like Samsung and LG. The former has several in its arsenal while the latter has just revealed their first flip phone with the LG Wine Smart.
If you’re a techie that flips over specs, you’ve probably already read the new handsets coming our way with 64-bit mobile processors. Well, you can now add another phone to that expanding list as the Huawei Honor Play 4 has just been announced.
Just when you thought all the big press events were over, Samsung sends a new batch of invites out. This time around, the company is coming to India where it is widely believed they will introduce the Samsung Galaxy Alpha to the masses.
The Galaxy S Duos 3 hasn’t been out in India for long, but it appears as if the device is already getting a nice price cut. If you didn’t care for the original Rs. 8,150 price tag, you may be pleased with the new Samsung Galaxy S Duos 3 price.
IFA was where most manufacturers unleashed their new handsets, but there are still plenty of holdovers that are lying in wait. HTC still has a few tricks left in the bag, and an HTC India event has just been scheduled for the country on September 23.