South Korean tech giant Samsung has already confirmed that its Galaxy S5 will be unveiled at the MWC 2014. Since the confirmation, many rumored specs have been circulated and lately, it’s been reported that Samsung Galaxy S5 will pack a Fingerprint ID only.
It would appear that Samsung is following in the footsteps of Apple. SamMobile reports that according to certain ‘sources’, it has learned that Samsung will be releasing metallic and plastic versions of its upcoming flagship Galaxy S5 handset.
HP was once included among the league of smartphone vendors but then the company’s offerings failed miserably and it quit. Now, reports have it that the company is planning to launch a new smartphone of its own as soon as next week.
When it comes to smartphones, Sony has rooted for Android till the deep end. Despite no significant success, Sony continues to create Android-based handsets. But the company has now hinted that it may try its hands at other alternatives.
Analysts have made wild speculations as to when Samsung may launch its next flagship. A Korean publication, purportedly quoting a Samsung executive, now claims that the company’s Galaxy S5 handset is due to be launched at MWC 2014.
Verizon has already confirmed that it going to offer Motorola’s Moto G smartphone to its prepaid customers in 2014, but so far it hasn’t revealed any more info than that. But lately, Best Buy has confirmed that it will start selling the Moto G on Verizon network for $99.99 with no contract.
In an attempt to break into the enterprise market, Samsung launched its Knox security system a while ago. Now, a serious security flaw has been discovered in Knox security which can easily compromise Samsung Galaxy S4 handsets.
Imagine standing in front of a beautiful building and taking photos. Now imagine if you could create an exact virtual 3D model through those photos. Spike, a new smartphone add-on, lets you do precisely that.
Every year, with faster connectivity options and better smartphones, we are getting used to increasingly greater amounts of mobile data usage. A report now reveals that average data consumption of U.S. cellphone users nearly doubled during 2013.
So you are planning on getting a new handset and are worried how to make the switch? No need to worry. The tips given below will help you make a smooth transition without having any headaches about your data, its backup and other usual issues.
Nokia’s first 6-inch Lumia 1520 Phablet is going to be launched in India very soon. It is a pretty device, having a slim and beautiful body and comes with in 4 flavours: red, black, yellow and white. The device will cost $760 (Rs 46,999).
Microsoft is currently readying a significant update for its mobile platform. Windows Phone 8.1 is still in the test phase but leaked screenshots now suggest that the company may include new on-screen buttons in the update.
Cellphones have become an essential part of our lives today. However, depending on technology so much has its side-effects. A new study suggests that people who use cellphones more frequently suffer from greater degrees of anxiety.
Although Sony has called it quits on the US smartphone market, the company’s Sony Z Ultra handset has landed on the Play store. Unlocked and contract-free, the handset packs a massive 6.4-inch display.
Electronics which have a knack of bursting into flames are not good marketing for their vendors. That may explain why Samsung recently tried to cover up an incident where Galaxy S4 caught fire while being recharged.
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