The launch of HTC Desire C may be considered as the end of an era for low end handsets from the Taiwanese firm as it has decide that cheap phones won’t be manufactured in the coming times. This is a cheap; rather I would say an economic smartphone as in case of this phone you get what you pay for. This smartphone has a very nice rounded and compact form which is made mostly of plastic. Continue reading
The company Pantech has been pushing out midrange phones on the English market for a while and the majority of them can be described as mediocre. This one breaks that stereotype with its specifications and what it has under the hood.
The Pantech Flex deserves its name because of the software that it has inside. To be precise, it works on Android 4.0.4 that can be boot up in an easy mode – made for people with less understanding of modern Android usage and a standard mode that is more or less as any other Android software. Continue reading
Motorola has introduced their successor to the Droid 4 and it stands by its roots. This phone is one of the few left on the market that still has a full QWERTY keyboard. The keyboard was taken out of the design with the touch screen revolution and many manufacturers have discontinued its implementation, except few that are still keeping to their original design. The Photon Q is a great phone with great characteristic’s and for the ones that are still filing nostalgic for typing on a keyboard instead of a screen; this is the phone for them. Continue reading
Samsung has been on the top of the phone market for a while, always bringing us their models and impressing the public with their slickness and overall design, and now they have updated their dual SIM phone and made it similar to their flagship model the Galaxy S III. Even though it looks like the SIII, it is still a phone that lacks the power of it, but it is a big step up for a fully functional dual SIM phone.
The Samsung Galaxy S Duos took all the best features of its big brother and made them its own. Continue reading
Sony as a well-known company for delivering high end products was falling behind in the pace of introducing a top model smart phone, but they are trying to correct this with their new line of smartphones which kept the prefix Xperia. For this they are introducing three new phones in the Xperia line with the suffixes Xperia T, Xperia J and Xperia L, of which Xperia T is the flagship phone.
Xperia T doesn’t bring anything new at the market, but by itself it is a great phone. Sony has changed the previous flimsy plastic back panel with a rubbery cover, which ensures a good grip. Also, they kept the previous curving of the phone introduced in the Arc model. Continue reading
The Taiwanese HTC brings us a new Desire C, a heavily rumored Android phone, which photos leaked on several mobile phone web pages in the last month. The blurry images showed a smaller device with only 3 capacitive buttons, common for the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), which design was somehow familiar. Previously codenamed HTC Wildfire C and HTC Golf, the device did some close-up shots.
We can clearly see that the device resembles the design of the Wildfire family, but at the end, HTC decided to give the Desire family name.
From the specs we can see, it’s planned to be a entry-level Android device that will run on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). HTC decided to put this new kind of a low-end device instead of upgrading the existing ones. Continue reading
On 23rd of April, LG introduced to Europe, its newest, second generation 3D mobile phone, called LG Optimus 3D Max P720. Even though 3D mobile phones didn’t become the next big high, LG is pushing forward and improving the 3D technologies implemented in their phones. At the moment, this phone holds every 3D enhancement technology that LG has to offer, in it. They consider that, with these enhancements, it will wow the customers and hook them onto 3D phones for good.
The specifications of the device itself are nothing special but, the technologies are. It has a 4.3 inch WVGA 3D display that is protected by Gorilla Glass 2(that seems to become a standard nowadays), with a pixel density of 217ppi or, resolution of 480×800 pixels. Continue reading
Toshiba is going to renew their tablet collection with some brand new models. It has introduced in CES and again in Mobile World Congress their tablets. They got some bad remarks about being a bit chunky and having a bad battery life but, all of that is fixed now, and they even got a new aluminum back. The selection of tablets will fall upon 3 types or sizes of tablets. In their offer they have a 7, 10 inch and even a 13 inch tablet. Yes you are seeing right, there will be a 13 inch one. A lot of reviewers are asking if there is going to be a market for a tablet this big. But Toshiba is convinced that it will find its way in the kitchen. Continue reading