Amazon didn’t necessarily shock the world when it released the 3D Fire Phone as we all knew it was coming. If you’ve been waiting for the unique smartphone to arrive, the wait is finally over as you can now purchase the Fire Phone online from Amazon or straight from AT&T.
When it comes to choosing a new handset, branding plays an important part of the process. Everyone has their favorite brand, and the Nexus lineup is the only handset around that can have a different manufacturer every couple of years. The Nexus 6 is tipped to arrive at any time, and we’re going to take a look at a few companies that may have a hand in the Nexus 6 design.
We’ve covered a lot of budget devices in the past and will cover many more in the future. The handsets come in many shapes and sizes, but we’ve yet to see one run Android KitKat for well under $100 bucks. Until today, that is when we came across the Leagoo Lead 3.
Android One was announced at Google I/O this year as a way to bring a uniform Android experience to devices in emerging markets. Details have been a little light on which companies would participate and when the first Android One handsets will arrive, but today we’ve learned that the Indian manufacturer Spice will help bring Android One to the country.
Motorola’s Moto X was announced in August of last year, and to say it was well-received would be an understatement. While we’re waiting for the Moto X+1 to arrive, Motorola is throwing a “Back to School” sale that shaves $120 bucks off the 64GB version of the Moto X.
The rumor mill is working overtime on the Galaxy Alpha, as yesterday brought us not one, but two new sets of photos showing the rumored superphone from Samsung. If the latest batch of photos proves to be true, you may be a little disappointed by what Samsung considers “Premium.”
The HTC One M8 is the best phone that HTC has ever built, according to most of the media outlets that have reviewed the phone. It was well received on the market as well by both current and future owners, and the One M8 has managed to get HTC back on track financially. The smart…
Unless you’ve been dwelling under a rock, you probably heard about the big leak a few days ago with Gameloft’s Modern Combat 5. It arrived a little early due to some pirates, but was disabled soon after. If you’ve been waiting to check out Gameloft’s latest shooter, the wait as over as Modern Combat 5 is now available for Android and iOS devices.