HTC today hosted a press conference in New Delhi, India, first revealing that the One A9 is on its way to the region. During the press conference, the Taiwanese-based company also revealed that the dual-SIM Desire 828 would soon be available to buy in the region as well.
T-Mobile this morning announced that Sprint customers will get an extra $200 for every line they switch over to T-Mobile. This comes as the second gift in T-Mobile’s month of holiday giving, otherwise known as Uncarrier Unwrapped.
OnePlus today announced on its forums that OxygenOS 2.1.3 has begun rolling out for the OnePlus X. The update brings a bevy of fixes, including better performance, fixes with the SD card, and much more.
You can customize your Moto X Pure Edition smartphone to your heart’s content via Moto Maker, but if you prefer, you can also pre-order one of three limited edition designs created by the Jonathan Adler. In case you are wondering who Jonathan Adler is (I know I was), he is a potter, designer, and author who seems to be big in ceramics and home furnishings. Read more
Do you remember the Galaxy TabPRO series of tablets that Samsung launched last year with high-end specifications, a premium price and a short shelf life? If you do, you may have a better memory than Samsung because according to Samsung UK’s Twitter team, the TabPRO 8.4 model won’t be updated to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Which means you can probably forget about getting a Marshmallow update as well. Read more
While 4G is available in many countries (and we look forward to the arrival of 5G), it’s easy to forget that some of us have to make do with 3G. With this in mind, the LG Ray has just been announced, with the South Korean manufacturer making the entry-level handset available in the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) sometime this week and Latin America later on. Read more
The weather is getting colder, which means many of us are going to start wearing gloves soon. Unfortunately, those gloves make it pretty tough to interact with phones and other gadgets, which is where these knitted smartphone gloves come in handy. Read more
Amazon has just released its latest Black Friday deal, which is a must-have for any consumers looking to pick up a reliable budget-friendly waterproof smartphone. While stock lasts, you will be able to bag yourself a Sony Xperia M4 Aqua for $199.99, which is a whopping $100 off its usual retail price of $299.99. The handset is only available in black and comes as standard with a 12-month manufacturer warranty.
Earlier today, Motorola sent out its first batch of invitations to an exclusive press event it’s holding in New Delhi on Tuesday, December 1. Unfortunately, the Lenovo-owned company hasn’t disclosed what exactly it’s planning to unveil at the conference, but there are some hints being subtly dropped by the firm that suggest we could see the release of the second-generation Moto 360 in India.