Samsung’s Galaxy Round is just a prototype that will be limitedly produced

by Justin Herrick on
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Samsung_Galaxy_Round_Official_01If you were hoping to get your hands on the interestingly shaped Galaxy Round anytime soon, chances are you will not. According to SamMobile, an insider informed them that Samsung is only looking to produce a very limited quantity of the device. The reason for doing so would allow Samsung to test curved OLED displays for future devices (pending their success). In the meantime, you can wait until next month for when the purported LG G Flex will be announced.

Source: SamMobile

ZTE to release successor to Grand S with bigger battery, to be called the Grand S Flex

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In January, ZTE released the world’s thinnest smartphone in the 5-inch Grand S, only 6.9mm thick. However, some consumers found that the phone’s non-removable (and weak) 1,780 mAh battery paired with its quad-core processor and full-HD screen was not a good combination.

ZTE has decided to fix this issue by announcing an upgraded Grand S model called the ZTE Grand S Flex, with a 2,300 mAh battery. It’s a little bit thicker than its predecessor, but it’s worth it. The phone will be available in September in France, and judging by the pictures, there aren’t any noticeable design differences between it and the original Grand S.

Source: FrAndroid 

AT&T announces the entry-level Pantech Flex coming September 16th; Offers qHD display and dual-core CPU

by Macky Evangelista on
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AT&T has announced their new entry-level Android handset, the Pantech Flex. As the name suggests, the device is “flex-ible” to the users needs. While the device offers Android’s 4.0 ICS interface, users do have a choice to select “Easy Experience” mode if ICS is too difficult to use. Does this feature seem familiar to you? If you can recollect, Samsung has a similar device in Verizon’s Galaxy Stellar in which the user can choose between “Starter Mode” and “Standard Mode” depending on what they want. Seems like both carriers are attempting to cater to the “less technologically advanced” consumer.

As for the specs, the Flex offers a 4.3 inch qHD display, an 8 megapixel camera, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and more. AT&T will offer the device for $49.99 starting September 16th. You can watch the introductory video of the device below.

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Full press release after the break.

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