Starting today, residents in China can pick up Samsung’s latest mid-range smartphone, the Galaxy A5, from its official website for a rather hefty CNY 2,599 (approximately $420). The handset is available in a variety of colors, including black, white, silver, blue and gold.
Starting this Wednesday, November 5, residents in the United States will be able to pick up LG’s first ever rounded smart watch, the G Watch R, for $299 from AT&T’s online portal, then from any of its nationwide bricks-and-mortar stores on Friday, November 7.
Tomorrow is the official launch day for the new Google Nexus 9 tablet and to be ready for the onslaught of orders, Google has updated the Google Play Store with new information on shipping times and model availability. Earlier today the shipping status for several configurations changed to “leaves warehouse in 1-2 days.”
Following a successful launch in Japan earlier this month, Samsung has today released its first curved phablet, the Galaxy Note Edge, in South Korea. The handset is available to purchase in either black or white colorways through SK Telecom for an eye-watering 1,067,000 Won — approximately $1015.
According to a report published online earlier today, Google’s recently-announced Nexus Player won’t be making its way to Europe until the first quarter of 2015, even though the device will be launching in the United States next Monday, November 3.
The Galaxy Note 4 is without a doubt Samsung’s most powerful smartphone, and, according to a recent report, it may also be its best-selling. South Korean publication, News1, writes that the handset recently passed the 4.5 million global sales figure following its September 26 launch.
Starting today, residents in India can purchase the unlocked variant of Samsung’s largest smartphone, the Galaxy Mega 2, from the manufacturer’s online store for Rs.20,900 — approximately $340.
Following its official announcement last month, NHL 2K15 is now available to download for $7.99 through the Play Store. This latest title in the extremely popular series of hockey games brings an ‘all new’ multiplayer experience, in addition to a ‘visually remastered career’ mode which enables you to create a custom player to take through the seasons.
Oppo has been teasing us with the launch of its upcoming flagship smartphone, the N3, for a while now, and earlier today took to Twitter to announce and confirm the suspected date for the handset’s unveiling as Friday, October 29.
Sony has announced that its teamed up with Bell, MTS, Rogers, SaskTel, TELUS and WIND Mobile in order to launch its latest flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z3, in Canada on Friday, October 31.
The handset will be available to purchase from any of the operators bricks-and-mortar stores, as well as their online ones, too. Sony shops will also be stocking the Z3 for purchase on launch day.
Unfortunately, we have no information with regards to pricing as of yet, but we expect to see the device retail for around $700 on a prepaid tariff or south of $200 on any flexible two-year contract.
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