Last year, Samsung irked customers across the globe when they made some changes to their flagship line and excluded an important region. The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 release will fix one of those problems as it’s tipped to be headed to the UK this year.
We’re only a few weeks away from Samsung’s next flagship, and as you might expect, the leaks are coming in left and right. Today we’re getting a Samsung Galaxy S7 photo that appears to show the backside of the unannounced device.
Looking for an interesting tablet in India? Well, we’ve got one for you today with the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro, which has just been launched for the region at Rs. 39,990.
We spend a lot of time talking about Android slates and iPads, but the Kindle and Fire lineups have a large fan base as well. A new Amazon Fire 7 sale has just made the slate a bit cheaper as you’ll be able to pick one up for only $39.99.
It’s an odd time to pick up a new smartphone as we’re going to see a half-dozen flagships hit the streets in a matter of months. If you can’t wait until then and are a Sony fan living in the US, you’ll be pleased to know the company has finally brought last year’s flagship to the US.
If you reside in India, you have a wealth of options to choose from when it comes to smartphones. Well, you can add one more to the list with the Gionee S6, which has just been launched in the country.
Every so often, we’ll see a carrier in the states run a promo to lure in new consumers. Once a carrier reveals its plans, others soon follow suit and that’s what we’re getting from Big Red this week. On the heels of Virgin Mobile’s prepaid announcement through Sprint, Verizon is giving their prepaid customers a little something extra.
Yesterday, we told you about an incoming smartphone from InFocus with some powerful specifications. Now we are going to flip the script with the InFocus Bingo 21, which has been announced for India with a price tag of Rs. 5,499.
Lava has introduced a new smartphone for consumers in India today with the Lava X3. It’s a handset in the mid-range class, and while it’s geared towards the budget crowd, it’s missing a feature that may be a deal-breaker for some.
A few weeks back we told you about the Huawei Honor 5X release and how it was headed to Europe. Well, that day has arrived and it is now available to purchase officially in the region for £189.