When you buy a new smartphone, one of the worst things is finding out it’s on outdated software or won’t be getting the latest update. If you own the Xolo Q3000, you can put those fears to rest as the Xolo Q3000 KitKat 4.4 update for India has just been rolled out.
Smaller smartphone manufacturers are starting to expand while the big boys are headed to emerging markets looking for new customers. One company we want to see more of abroad is Oppo, and while it’s not coming to the states or the UK, the Oppo Neo 5 is official and headed to Malaysia.
IFA is always a big deal, and this year it’s going to be absolutely huge. We’ve already seen several new leaks ahead of the big show, and Sony is the latest company to get in on the action by teasing the Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact and Sony Smartwatch 3.
If you reside in India, you know it’s not easy to pick up one of Xiaomi’s handsets as they tend to sell out rather quickly. If you didn’t have much luck with the Mi3, you’ll be pleased to know the Xiaomi Redmi 1S India launch date and pricing has been revealed.
Calculords was an instant success when it touched down on the App Store earlier this year, and Android users were a little agitated when they couldn’t get in on the action. Today Calculords for Android has arrived, and if you’re in the mood for a comedic math game set in space, it’s just the thing for you.
Another week, another Micromax. The company stays busy, and they have just added another handset to their Canvas lineup. It’s another mid-range smartphone, and we already know how much it will set you back as the Micromax Canvas XL2 priced at Rs. 10,999 in India.
He said he might come back for the occasional leak, and tonight he’s done just that. Famed smartphone leaker @evleaks has come out of retirement temporarily to unveil new Moto X+1 photos, and we’re finally getting a glimpse of the new handset.
It’s difficult to keep anything under wraps in the age of the internet, but it’s especially hard with smartphones. We’ve already learned a lot about the new Note, and today a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 camera leak has given us the lowdown on the snapper.
The “Android Experience” is a phrase we hear a lot lately, especially with the incoming Android L release. Your Android experience can be hampered by excruciatingly slow updates, and if you’re wondering if your handset will receive the Android L update, you’re not alone.