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.
Hit the break to view the full press release.
Heads up! The Moto 360 is back in-stock on Motorola’s official website and is currently available in both the black and stone colorways. If you’ve been wanting to get your hands on the smart watch for a while now, we’d advise you to act fast, as the stock is limited and we don’t know how long it will last.
Well there you have it folks, the long-awaited Moto X+1 finally has an official launch date — on Verizon, at least.
The device will be available from Big Red on September 25. There’s a chance that other carriers get the device before Verizon, but we expect that Verizon gets the X+1 around the same time as the other carriers.
A Moto 360 launch date has not been revealed, but it would make sense for it to be the same day as the X+1. Keep checking back for more, but that’s all we have on the Moto X+1 for now.
Source: Droid Life
It was all too good to be true, wasn’t it?
OnePlus, a small start-up which planned to release its first mobile device this summer, has delayed the project, dubbed the “One,” once again.
Invites for the OnePlus One were supposed to be sent out in May, but there were software bugs that held back the device from release. It looks like there’s been another bump in the road — there are more problems with the software. The device will come running CyanogenMod, the popular Android-based operating system.
The OnePlus One has garnered quite a lot of attentions in the past few weeks. Just two weeks left to its announcement, the company has now posted a teaser image on its official Facebook account hinting that the device will be released in Austria and Germany along with 14 other unnamed countries.
According to the image posted, the device will be released in a total of 16 countries, two of which have been already mentioned. We expect more countries to be announced before the launch and undoubtedly, China will make it to the list. The company previously hinted on the “Ask Me Anything” Reddit session that it will launch the device in the US as well and will start selling the smartphone in the second quarter of 2014 in more than 10 countries.
Nest, acquired by Google for $3.2 billion in February, is launching its Learning Thermostat in the UK today.
To launch the product in the UK, Nest had to create a new device with a different voltage and heating system. That said, the company came up with the Heat Link device that fits directly between the Learning Thermostat and the boiler and receives commands from the thermostat while controlling the boiler.
You can get the Learning Thermostat now for £179 from the company’s website or from outside retailers such as Apple, John Lewis, Amazon, and B&Q. However, with the recommended professional installation, it will cost you £249.
Folks over in the United Kingdom still do not have access to Google’s Chromecast, but according to a listing by retailer Currys, that is about to change. The UK retailer has March 1 as a potential release date. We say potential because a Google spokesperson told The Next Web that it is merely a provisional date that has yet to be confirmed. Hopefully the wait will be worth it for people in the United Kingdom as Google just opened up the Cast SDK to everyone.
Source: The Next Web
In a very brief press release issued this afternoon, Chinese manufacturer Meizu announced that they are targeting their United States launch to be next year. In doing so, they will preview a new line of smartphones at the Consumer Electronics Show next month in Las Vegas.
Why is Meizu entering the United States? Because they feel they can bring together elegance, functionality, and price in a smartphone. For now, we do not know what carriers Meizu plans on working with. We’ll be there to get a hands on experience with whatever Meizu has up its sleeve.
LG announced their newest flagship, the G2, this morning at their NYC launch event, and we were there to get you the full scoop.
Unsurprisingly, the specs that were announced are pretty much in line with all of the details that were leaked earlier, throughout the weeks and months leading up to this event.
The phone features innovative design elements such as volume and power buttons on the back of the device, where your index finger is located when you are in a phone call. This gives the user easy access to “Quick Memo” as well as the ability to snap a “selfie” using a button on the back. This new feature comes with promises of less smartphone drops. Instead of operating the smartphone with the same fingers that are holding it in your hand, you will now use your fingers which reside on the rear of the device.
Now let’s get to the specs: