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.
If you’re looking to snag a new Moto X on Verizon, you’ve probably been a little disappointed so far. Get ready to turn that frown upside down, as we now know when the new Moto X will arrive on good old Big Red.
Oppo has been in the news lately due to an interesting photo that appeared for the Oppo N3. Turns out, that’s not the only new device in the works as the company announced the Oppo R1L price for Malaysia earlier this week.
Yesterday we showed you a few photos of the Samsung Galaxy SM-A500 as it made its way through TENAA. They weren’t the best shots, but what a difference a day makes as we have just gotten a new batch of photos for the SM-A500f, and have learned it’s going to have a name change.
A lot of manufacturers are starting to turn towards 64-bit chips this year, and we expect to see a lot more of them in 2015. Huawei looks to be the latest company jumping on the 64-bit bandwagon, and one of their upcoming devices just got benchmarked and photographed.
Remember the OnePlus One? There have been dozens of smartphones released since the “flagship killer” launched, and most of us are no closer to buying one. That will change for a time next month as OnePlus One pre-orders are set to go live in October.
The Samsung SM-A500 has shown up several times in the past couple of months, and it’s believed to be part of a new lineup from Samsung called the Samsung A Series. Well, we just got our first look at the handset thanks to some new Samsung SM-A500 photos from TENAA.
Remember that Droid Turbo spec leak last month? It’s been quiet on the Droid front since that time, and while the Moto X is official, there’s not been a peep about the Turbo… until now, that is. A new report has given us a timeframe on the new handset, and it looks like we may get to meet the Droid Turbo next month.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is one of the hottest handsets yet to hit the streets, and we’re starting to learn more about the global rollout by the day. If you live in the states, and are itching to get your hands on the Note 4, the date is less than a month away.