clever it is for France-based mountaineering sports label Quechua to team up with ARCHOS to introduce the brand’s first 5-inch rugged Android smartphone, as oppose to starting out from scratch on its own. leveraging on ARCHOS’s experience in turning out Android devices, the handset stays true to the company’s ethos of all-
we do have a feeling that there is a phenomena known as “another day, another Nokia handset.” well, maybe that’s an exaggeration, but it certainly feels that way, either that or, time really zipped pass too quickly for us to grasp. anyway, here it is, the Nokia Lumia 525 Windows Phone, which is yet another pretty handset coming from the long time Finnish handset maker.
we have been featuring BLU Products for quite a while now and it is with good reasons, even they may appear to be ‘just another Android phone’, but let the truth be told, you’d be a little hard-pressed to find one Android phone that looks super sleek, unlocked, does not require you to sign a customer agreement and yet
Italian luxury group, Tonino Lamborghini has also hop onto the luxury smartphone bandwagon with its uber luxe Antares luxury smartphone, running on Android platform and latest hardware, wrapped in the goodness of signature Italian craftsmanship. the highlight of the Antares is obviously the luxury touches and design
after nearly a year on the market, the GALAXY Grand is set to be succeeded by the recently announced Samsung GALAXY Grand 2 smartphone. the new Grand not only has a .25″ bump in the screen size, but also has a faster quad-core processor running at 1.2GHz. its 5.25″ HD display has a 16:9 ratio that kind of
what constitutes to a smartwatch? is it a watch that complements your smartphone? or is it a watch that does everything that a smartphone can do? we are undecided, but Canada-based startup Neptune thinks that it should be the latter and decided to give you Neptune Pine Smartwatch, a true smartwatch that lets you dispense with your smartphone.
by now, everyone knows where BlackBerry stands in the smartphone market and we would imagine many individuals and companies would already steer clear of the ailing fruit. after all, there is nothing Blackberry can do that a regular smartphone can’t. however, if you are undaunted and still love BlackBerry 10 OS wholeheartedly, then you might as well get one that’s on the top of the food chain
while the new Motorola G Smartphone may not tout personalization and look as brilliant as the Moto X, it could be a win-win product for both the Google-own company and consumers. the Moto G is billed as a smartphone that offers a premium experience “for a third of the price of current high end phones.” however, affordability is not only what Motorola is touting;
lets not kid ourselves; we never wished for a phone upgrade cos’ being geeks, we are all in for new gadgets and hence, an endeavor like the Motorola Project Ara Modular Smartphone which touts upgradability may not be the cuppa for us and some folks. i am not saying everyone is like us, but most of us, though not explicitly expressed, could benefit from a jolt of excitement
Lo and behold. The Google Nexus 5 by LG (yes, again) is finally made official and available for order as we speaks. And as per the leaks, which some of you might have already read about, it will comes preloaded with Android 4.4 aka Kit Kat. So what can you expect from what Google dubbed as the fastest and slimmest Nexus phone yet?