Some companies come up with new designs and killer features – others just copy them. It’s nothing new, but the copycat king has to be GooPhone. Their latest device is bound to get some attention as they’ve just cloned the Galaxy Round with the GooPhone G910.
The term “Flagship killer” is thrown around a lot these days, as manufacturers try and top each other when it comes to price and specs. The OnePlus One was produced to take on the big boys by offering great specs at a low price, and now the IUNI U3 is challenging the OnePlus to see which is the best bargain around. Ready for our OnePlus One vs. IUNI U3 specs shootout?
Spice is known for producing low-priced handsets in India like the Spire Fire On Mi- FX1 we talked about last week. The company has just unveiled another budget smartphone, and the Spice 516 is priced at Rs. 6,999 in India and there’s no Firefox OS this time around.
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.
There are several new Windows handsets scheduled to arrive during IFA 2014, but there are still plenty of solid Windows 8.1 smartphones to be found. It also doesn’t hurt that prices tend to drop when new devices are released. With that in mind here are the Best Windows Phones in August 2014.
Spice is a brand we haven’t discussed too much in the past, and the same can be said for the Firefox OS. Those two things have combined in the form of a new smartphone dubbed the Spice Fire One Mi – FX1, and it’s headed to India.
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.
Verizon has great coverage for folks in the states, but their pricing leaves something to be desired. In the wake of T-Mobile’s constant price drops and Sprints rumored $30 price plan, the Big Red network is rolling out a new single-line plan that can save you a little cash.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A is the S5 variant most of the world wanted, but it was limited to South Korea because that’s how Samsung rolls. Well, that may be changing as another version of the handset is said to be headed to Europe this month.
Some people just don’t get it. OnePlus got everyone excited with the OnePlus One, but they continue to lose fans and supporters with idiotic promotions like their latest “Ladies First” promo. It’s the company’s new contest that offers ladies an opportunity to pick up an invite, and you won’t believe what they expect them to do.
The Galaxy Note 4 is a device many believe is Samsung’s last chance to shine in 2014, and while we’ve heard the specs, and seen the box, we haven’t seen a photo – until now. Yup, the first Samsung Galaxy Note 4 photos have arrived, and it’s just as sleek as we’d imagined.