Earlier today, Verizon Wireless announced that it will start selling HTC’s flagship smartphone of 2015, the One (M9), in store and online starting Friday, April 10, with pre-orders kicking off on Wednesday, April 1. The handset will be available in either Gold-on-Silver or Metal Gray colorways with a down payment of $199.99 on a new 2-year contract or for $24.99 per month for 24-months with Edge.
British mobile phone retailer, The Carphone Warehouse, has today launched LG’s second-generation curved, self-healing smartphone, the G Flex 2, in the UK. The handset is available to purchase on a 2-year contract through Vodafone for £34.50 per month, or for £529 outright on a pre-paid plan.
Following a series of successful staged launches in France, Spain and the United Kingdom, OnePlus has today announced that it now plans to bring its “flagship killer”, the OnePlus One, to 16 new European countries this year.
After unveiling its G Flex 2 at the Consumer Electronics Show last month, LG has today announced that its second-generation curved smartphone has begun its global rollout. The device will be available from major carriers in the United States, Hong Kong, Singapore, France, Germany and the United Kingdom as early as next week.
According to a report published by SamMobile, Samsung will launch its latest budget-friendly smartphone, the Galaxy J1, in India tomorrow. The handset will be available from Amazon in either black or blue and will have a price tag of Rs. 7,190 ($115).
Today, Lenovo launched its most recent budget-friendly smartphone, the A6000, in India. The handset is available exclusively through online retailer Flipkart with a exceptionally competitive price tag of Rs. 6,999 ($113) — making it one of, it not, the cheapest 4G-enabled, dual-SIM device on the market.
Samsung has just confirmed that the curved variant of its flagship phablet of 2014, the Galaxy Note Edge, is en route to India. The handset will be available to purchase from the manufacturer’s online portal in the first week of January in either black or white for a staggering 64,900 INR ($1023).
Earlier today, Vivo unveiled the X5 Max, which is undoubtedly the world’s thinnest smartphone measuring in at just 4.7mm thick. The handset is constructed from a single sheet of aluminium and although immensely thin, it still manages to pack some pretty impressive specifications.
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.