Category: Phones

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LG Optimus G offered by AT&T and Sprint

AT&T and Sprint Wireless will be offering the LG Optimus G in the United States. AT&T will be selling the 8MP version of the smartphone, while Sprint will offer the  variant with a 13MP snapper on the back. Of course, both variants will be with LTE connectivity. To remind about the main specifications of the LG Optimus G: Qualcomm’s beastly...

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Nokia Lumia 510 – first impressions

We first heard about the Lumia 510 last month. At that time all we knew (and only rumor-based) about the upcoming device was that it will be a low-end smartphone featuring a 4-inch display, 4 GB of internal memory, and just 256 MB of RAM. These rumors however have been now confirmed, and even some more information has leaked. A...

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AT&T to be the exclusive provider of HTC One VX

The AT&T and HTC  cooperation seems to be going on quite well! First, AT&T became the exclusive carrier of the One X in the U.S., and now they are to be again granted exclusive rights with some of the newest HTC smartphones, namely the One X+ and the One VX. We were pleasantly thriled to hear about the One VX...

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Jelly Bean for HTC One X and One S this month

HTC One S and HTC One X will join the JB family very soon HTC have confirmed that following the HTC One X+ already running the JB,  the HTC One X and the HTC One S will now also be getting their due Jelly Bean update before the end of October. In addition to the smoothness and fluidity that Project...

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Nokia 808 PureView gets the Belle FP2 update

Nokia is rolling out the Belle FP2 update for the last generation of Nokia OS phones. The Nokia 808 PureView is getting a good deal of exclusive imaging and gallery features, while the 701, 700 and 603 are getting the same update sans those extras. Here is what’s to be expected: More information about your images, such as image resolution,...

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Motorola Razr i with free Norton security in the UK

Nowadays, we do use our smart phones and other mobile devices for a great number of things that once were only done on a PC. This naturally has led to the necessity to ensure the same kind of protection against viruses and/or hacking  as we would normally do for our PC-s. Some antivirus software developers have already started offering a...

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Samsung GALAXY Note II offered by three UK carriers

Three major carriers in the UK – Vodafone, Three and O2 – celebrated October 1st by officially introducing the Samsung GALAXY Note II on the regional market. Each carrier has its own pricing options and plans. In the U.S., Samsung is going to introduce the Samsung GALAXY Note II at an event in New York City on October 24th, but...

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Sony Xperia V goes to Japan

The Japan version of Sony’s Xperia TX shall be known there as Sony Xperia GX. This is happening before the international version of the phone was even official. In fact, Sony have just announced the Xperia AX as the Japanese version of the Xperia V (which isn’t on sale yet, so it’s not quite the same). In many ways, Sony...

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Garnet Red Galaxy S III lands in UK

The Samsung Galaxy S III Garnet Red international availability was announced in August alongside the Amber Brown, Sapphire Black and Titanium Grey variants. Now the flashy posh Garnet Red is available in the UK. You can order the device from Expansys’s website and expect the device to arrive between 3 and 5 business days or opt for the express delivery...

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Motorola ATRIX 2 getting a soak test

Those who own this handset may have been concerned about being able to update it to Android 4.0. These seem to be over! Things have changed drastically, following rumors that started circulating on Tuesday, saying that the Motorola ATRIX 2 was the subject of a Motorola soak test. Why is this so important? For those not familiar with this, a...