It seems Samsung will be continuing their ‘Mini’ smartphone line with the latest Galaxy smartphone, if rumours, leaks and photos are anything to go on.
Author Jon Devo
Google could be bringing all the best to their budget Nexus 7 at Google I/O, if a new report by KGI securities analyst Mingchi Kuo is correct.
Nokia is preparing a six hour event in London to show off the Finnish company’s newest mobile devices and some new software. Many pundits have already added a long line of possible new Nokia devices to be presented at the event, the top on most lists is the Nokia EOS.
LG may want to keep momentum going with the new Optimus G2, which would take the throne as flagship for the company, pushing the Optimus G Pro out of the way.
From the start the iPad Mini was underpowered compared to Apple’s ten inch iPad and the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD had better screen resolution and faster processors, this still did not stop the Mini from selling like wildfire….
Google’s $12.4 billion acquisition of Motorola has not brought Mountain View much success in the two years, with the two technology companies staying separated and Motorola still bringing rather mediocre devices to the market.
Apple has yet to announce any new smartphones this year, but rumours are starting to pile up around the topic of the next iPhone. The smartphone will be an incremental upgrade from the iPhone 5 and come with a low-cost alternative.
figures from the UK seem to show a lot of demand for the new qwerty keyboard smartphone being developed by BlackBerry.
Notebooks could reach as low as $200 in the coming years according to Intel and instead of Windows 8 or Chrome OS, the notebooks will be running the mobile Android operating system.
Rumour has it Samsung will be releasing more than one version of the Galaxy S4, to make sure all their consumers are satisfied with the design of the smartphone.