Android Pay is one of the most anticipated features that Google is bringing to its Android operating system this year. And now it’s officially in the Play Store for users to download.
Earlier today, Archos quietly launched its latest smartphone, the 50d Helium 4G, in the United States. The budget-friendly handset is available to pre-order starting today for $129, but will officially hit the shelves later this month running the latest build of Android 5.1 straight out of the box.
LG has now launched the latest variant of its flagship smartphone, the G4 Stylus in Greece. It’s available to purchase for €259 ($290) from online retailer E-Shop and will leave the warehouse on Tuesday, June 30.
LG took to its website earlier today to confirm the price of its flagship smartphone of 2015, the G4, in India. The handset is scheduled to launch in the country on Friday, June 19, with a INR 51, 500 ($800) price tag.
Last month, SwiftKey set up a brand new scheme entitled Greenhouse which it’s using as a platform to release experimental apps to the public for them to test and provide feedback on. Today’s the day the second application was introduced as part of the initiative, and it’s a shiny new Android launcher called Hexy.
ASUS has just announced that it will host a ZenFone 2 event in New York City on Monday, May 18. Invites are in the process being sent out to all major technology conglomerates, requesting that they be present to witness the launch of the company’s flagship smartphone in the United States.
HTC announced earlier today that they were launching a new UH OH Protection program to help ease the mind of customers who invest in the new HTC One M9 smartphone. In a webcast announcing this new program, HTC Americas president Jason Mackenzie also took some time to field questions. During this stage of the webcast, he indicated April 10th is the date HTC has targeted to make the HTC One M9 available to U.S. customers. Read more
HTC has today announced that its latest mid-range smartphone, the Desire 626, is now available in Taiwan. The handset is available in two colorways — dark blue and white — and will set you back just $190 (NT$5990).
Earlier today, an unannounced Samsung smartphone with the model number SM-A700H made a pitstop at the FCC. Information included in the brief filing documentation reveals that we’re probably looking at yet another variant of the upcoming Galaxy A7, but this time with no LTE compatibility.