ZTE’s Grand X, which has a 5-inch display, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, a 5MP rear camera, a 1MP front shooter and a 2,300mAh battery, will be coming to Cricket Wireless on August 8.
The phone will cost only $100 after a $50 mail in rebate, so this is clearly tailored to those looking for a decent low-end, cheap smartphone.
New information from @evleaks today — a mysterious device known as the ZTE Olympia is coming to T-Mobile.
We don’t have the slightest clue what this phone is or any of its specs, but we would expect it to be a mid-range, affordable device. According to @evleaks’ tweet, it’s coming “soon,” so that doesn’t give much information either.
Keep checking back here for more information on the device, as we’re sure to get some info on it soon.
We’ve already heard about the LG G3 Mini, but what about the LG G3 S?
According to @evleaks, the G3 S is a dual SIM version of the flagship which features a fourth software key (alongside the three default Android software keys) which allows easy switch between the two SIM cards.
Good news, looks like we have another Moto X+1 leak for you guys today!
It’s not much though, as the video is simply a close-up of the device’s screen shot with an iPhone camera. The video is meant to show the pixel density, and the person taking the video said he would take another video with a better camera soon. When that video is released, we’ll let you know.
Android coming to your car’s dashboard was inevitable.
The plans have been pretty much laid out already, and the market is definitely clamoring for it. Apple is even releasing CarPlay to rival the upcoming system from Google.
As of now, it’s going by the name of “Auto Link OS,” (possibly a developmental-stage name — we say this because it doesn’t sound as pretty as “CarPlay”) and Google will be unveiling it at its I/O developers conference in San Francisco next week.
If you’re a Chromebook user with lots of pictures to store, don’t fret.
When you connect your phone/tablet, camera or storage card to your Chromebook, your photos will now be automatically stored to Google+ Photos. Of course the photos will be set to private, so don’t worry about “my eyes only” pics getting out for “other eyes.”
Well folks, the title says it all.
AT&T will be giving away $50 of Google Play credit to customers who purchase a new phone or tablet (with a new 2 year contract) from now until June 17.
After you purchase a new device, you’ll have to redeem a code. From that point, the code will expire on May 15, 2015. You’ll have to have (or create) a Google Wallet account before you redeem the code, though. The cool thing about the deal is that you can purchase up to 10 new devices and you’ll get the $50 credit on all of them, so you can buy new phones for the whole family.
It is an online only deal though, so make sure you don’t make your orders through the store if you want to take advantage of the deal.
For those of you not familiar, Vertu is a luxury smartphone manufacturer that has designed some seriously gorgeous looking devices. Not only are they amazing looking on the outside, but they usually feature top-of-the-line specs as well.
Vertu unveiled its newest device, the ‘Signature Touch’ today, and boy is it beautiful — it will set you back £6,750 (about $11,300), though…
Check out the video and more details about the device after the break.
Samsung will likely be bringing an extremely affordable device to its lineup in the near future, as the company recently applied for a “Galaxy S Value” trademark. No details on the exact price or specs of the device, but our guess is that we will have some more information in the next few months.
A new app is now available on the Play Store called PPLCONNECT. What’s so cool about it? PPLCONNECT lets you virtually connect to your cell phone for calls and SMS for free from your computer, tablet, or even your friend’s device— and it’s all for free!
Although the app is currently in beta, you’ll still be able to take part in most of the important features the app will eventually offer in its full release. This includes sending and receiving SMS from your computer, tablet, or even another phone. All of the SMS are synced between devices and even your own phone’s inbox, so you don’t need to worry about missing any messages if you’re on a different device.
You can even make calls from any device as well, and access all of your contacts on any device (as long as it’s connected to the web in some way, of course).
It seems like a pretty neat tool. Hit the break for screens and the link to the app in the Play Store!