After few months of sleep and a lot of similar uninventive Gingerbread gadgets, HTC made a bum with their new series of One phones, returning to the right path. But, this series doesn’t respond to the vast majority of users because it is not aimed at the shallow pocket regular users. That’s why the Taiwanese giant decided to recycle their Desire phone and in it to put the necessary hardware that will be enough for some one that doesn’t want or doesn’t have the money to buy a more expensive model.
Desire C has a tough task, to put Wildfire S in a well-deserved retirement. Continue reading
The French company Archos is known for making cheap but high quality tablets. The previous year they put on the market their tablet named Arnova and this year they refreshed their offer with the new and improved version named Arnova 7 G2.
This model has the same design as its predecessor, which means that except for an interesting design it also has plastic back cover that very nicely imitates a brushed aluminum cover. Continue reading
How about taking one of the most popular e-readers and transform it into a tablet? This was the starting point of the Canadian e-reader company Kobo. They wanted to continue the story of their successful e-readers by transforming them into tablets and strike the competition on the market.
This bring us to Kobo Vox.
Observing the front, we can immediately recognize the capacitive Android buttons, which leads us to the fact that this device runs on Android 3.5 Gingerbread with a customized UI. However, Gingerbread in not actually optimised version for tablets. Continue reading
Lava XOLO X900
Intel wants a piece of the mobile market and they wanted this for a long time. They joined almost all the markets with their processors, but this has been one market that they haven’t left a mark on. So, how are they planning on doing it? In collaboration with an Indian phone company called Lava. This phone has been launched in the Indian market on the 23rd of April 2012 and with their first try, Intel in collaboration with Lava is turning heads and beating scores all over. This phone ranks with the top competitors on the market, right next to HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy III. So let’s see what makes it tick, what is under the hood that makes it so good.
On the surface it looks like a normal Android phone, a bit like a copy of iPhone. It even runs on an Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), with a possibility on future upgrade to Android 4.0. It has a sleek design, black surface with metal lining. Continue reading
Samsung lately has become a big player at the portable devices market with its gadgets. They are one of the biggest competitors against the “iPad” with their “Samsung Galaxy Tab” and their phones like the “Samsung Galaxy Note” are getting a big chunk of the market against the Mac iPhone. Now they are attacking another segment of Macintosh market, their portable media players with the new Samsung “Galaxy Player 70 Plus”, which they introduced recently.
The “Galaxy Player 70 Plus” is a media player with really good characteristics and it is an improved version from the last year’s model the “Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi 4.2”. It was launched in Korea on 5th March. Continue reading
Have you seen the newest jewel made by Samsung?
Many people would say that that is not a phone that they would use because of the size it has. With its 5.3-inch display it’s the biggest phone on the market. But is it worth the size? What benefits do you have by having such a big phone in your hand? And why would you use a stylus when you can use a multi touch screen?
These are some of the questions that we can answer by presenting you the Samsung Note, a phone made to accompany you in your every endeavor. Continue reading