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.
Sometimes smartphone leaks take a while to pan out, and that’s the case with this one. After a long wait, the bright green Nokia Lumia 1520 has touched down at AT&T and it’s bringing Windows 8.1 along for the ride.
If you live in India, you have a wealth of smartphones to choose from this year as the country has become a favorite spot for companies to send devices new and old. The Oppo N1 mini India price and release is imminent as the device is expected to touch down in India very soon.
A few days ago, HTC sent out invitations to a mysterious event taking place in New York on August 19. Speculation abounds, and the rumor mill is going to kick into overdrive now that we’ve learned the company is having an event in Tokyo on the same day.
At the moment, LG has produced the flagship to beat with the newly released LG G3. The Nexus 6 could give the handset a run for its money if it actually gets released this year. There are more rumors than solid information surrounding the mysterious device, but here’s how we think it will stack up against the LG G3 when it finally hits the streets.