We just told you about Best Buy carrying the Moto X Pure Edition and already they are basically sold out. They only offered black, white, or bamboo in 16GB or 32GB. You were also unable to customize them, but that didn’t stop them from selling out.
If you’ve wondered what has happened with Google’s Android One initiative, wonder no more because Spain and Portugal are the next countries to join the program. Spanish handset maker, bq, is manufacturing the new Android One device on offer, which is called the Aquaris A4.5. Read more
Today, the ASUS ZenFone 2 re-debuts with a higher amount of RAM. The handset, which has been applauded as one of the better unlocked devices on the market, originally launched with two models that differed in RAM and storage: 2GB of RAM / 16GB of internal storage or 4GB of RAM / 64GB of memory. The price of those models stands at $199 and $299, respectively. The new model keeps the internal storage at 16GB but raises the amount of RAM to 4GB. And the price is an affordable $229.
September is often the month that Amazon reveals new devices, and it’s certainly proving to be the case in 2015. It was only yesterday that Amazon’s rumoured $50 tablet was spotted being put through its paces on GFXBench, and now all of a sudden it’s official and simply called the Fire tablet. It’s priced at just $49.99 and you can even buy it in a six-pack. Join us after the break to see what this $50 Fire tablet has to offer. Read more
If you’ve thought of ordering the Honor 7 in the UK or mainland Europe, you might want to hold off for a few days. Reason being that Huawei is going to hold a flash sale on September 21st on its vMall store, with the price of the Honor 7 discounted down from the normal £249/€349 to £210/€300.
The beta program for Samsung Pay began rolling out in the US last month, but how is Samsung’s mobile payments system faring in its home territory, South Korea? Pretty well, it seems, averaging over 25,000 registrations per day since its official launch on August 20th and going past the 500,000 milestone in less than a month.
When Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, bought The Washington Post in 2013, many wondered what value the newspaper would bring to the global retailer. Now it seems, we are finding out, with Amazon’s announcement that the Amazon Prime subscription in the US now includes 6 months worth of free, unlimited, access to the Digital Edition of The Washington Post.