A couple of leaked images appeared online yesterday presenting Sony’s upcoming flagship smartphone of 2015, the Xperia Z4, in all its glory, and now, thanks to the folks over at the popular French blog, NoWhereElse, we’ve got our hands on some more.
Today, ASUS announced that its latest Android-powered tablet, the MeMO Pad 7 LTE, will be available exclusively through AT&T in the United States starting this Friday, April 10. The slate can be yours for just $0.99 if you purchase a smartphone on AT&T Next or $8.75 for 20 months on the AT&T Tablet Instalment plan.
If you own a Galaxy Note 4 and reside in Italy, you may want to pin your ears back, as Samsung has just started pushing out the much-anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop update to all unlocked variants of the handset located in your region.
Canadian carriers Rogers and TELUS have now started pushing out the Lollipop update to all their carrier-branded variants of the Note 3. This upgrade brings the latest build of the Android operated system, in addition to a truckload of bug fixes and stability improvements.
Dropbox is currently in the process pushing out an update for its official Mailbox application via the Play Store. This upgrade doesn’t deliver any new features to the app, but it does bring an appearance transformation that complies with Google’s recently-announced Material Design guidelines, as well as a multitude of bug fixes and speed enhancements.
The folks over at iFixit have finally managed to get their hands on an HTC One (M9), and have taken it apart to show us just how difficult it is to fix and rebuild. The handset can be taken dismantled in 17 relatively easy steps, but due to an abundance of small parts and the intense use of adhesive it would be somewhat tedious to repair at home, therefore, only scoring a mere 2/10 in its repairability rating.
Hit the break to see a few key images from the teardown.
Samsung is now pushing out the much-anticipated and eagerly-awaited Lollipop update to all unlocked models of the Galaxy Note 4 located in Brazil, India, UAE, and the Baltic region. This 1.1GB upgrade transports the latest build of the Android 5.0.1 operating system, together with a faster ART runtime, a handful of bug fixes, stability improvements and speed optimizations.
For the next 23-hours, Motorola is offering all customers $140 off a Moto X (2014) if they purchase a 32GB model through Moto Maker. This means you can pick one up for $359.99. That, coupled with 30% off all accessories and free shipping, makes this a deal not to be missed.
We’ve known for a while now that LG is planning to unveil its upcoming flagship smartphone, the G4, simultaneously in New York, Seoul, London, Paris, Singapore, and Istanbul on April 29. However, up until now, any additional software optimizations that the manufacturer is planning to load onto the device have been a little shady.
It would appear that HTC is getting in on the April Fools’ action with its latest product, the Re Sok. Now, despite what you may be thinking, these aren’t your standard pair of socks with the Taiwanese company’s branding. They are “smartsocks.” Yes, you read that correctly. Smartsocks.
In an effort to keep up with its competitors, Xiaomi has today announced the latest device in its connected line-up. The Mi Smart Scale will retail for 元92 (CNY), around $15, when it launches in China next month.
Samsung has today announced that it has now recruited Coca Cola’s former Executive, Pio Schunker, to head the company’s global marketing campaign for its mobile division. We assume, along with many others, that Schnunker’s marketing expertise will be utilised to produce adverts that will encourage sales of both the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge worldwide.