HTC is just a few days away from revealing its new HTC One M9, but the surprise has been spoiled by a trio of leaked videos. Originally shown off by frequent Android leaker account@Upleaks, the videos below show the M9 in detail, including its design, as well as software features contained in the next version … Continue reading The HTC M9 as Revealed by Leaked Videos.
In June of 2014, Amazon tried to launch their newest product – the Fire phone. It was essentially a modified Android phone with a “unique” 3D display and a ton of references to different Amazon shops. It turned out that “Fire” was pretty cold, being a complete failure. The phone hit Amazon with a $170 … Continue reading Amazon is getting “Fired” up for another smartphone
BlackBerry is hitting the market by returning to their roots; releasing a new “Classic” smartphone with a traditional keyboard which seems like an un-logical choice in the time when rival Apple and Android devices – and most smartphone customers – have come to accept and use their screen for almost all functionality. BlackBerry is calling … Continue reading BlackBerry launches their Classic smartphone with a traditional keyboard
Here’s some good news for owners of LG’s G3 smartphone: Your phone will be among the first to get an update to Android 5.0 Lollipop. Assuming you live in Poland, anyway. According to the company, it will roll out an update to Lollipop to G3 users in Poland this week, and release the update “[in] … Continue reading Android 5.0 Lollipop Update will be available for some LG G3 phones this week
What do you like most about your old BlackBerry device? What if BlackBerry has improved those features for you? A top row of navigation keys! A trackpad! The BlackBerry is back, baby, with the BlackBerry Classic! Well, that’s how BlackBerry hopes you’ll react, anyway, with the announcement of the BlackBerry Classic on the company’s website … Continue reading BlackBerry will try to tempt you back with BackBerry Classic
If you’ve been in the market for OnePlus One, the hugely impressive $299 Android smartphone that is available by invite only — thus far — then your luck is in. The startup has announced that it will make its first smartphone available to all members of the public, but for a one hour window only. The … Continue reading OnePlus $299 Smartphone Will be on Sale for One Hour on October 27