Articles By Erik Pineda
A new source has provided confirmation that Apple is letting out the iPhone 5S on June 20 and possibly the upcoming smartphone’s low-cost edition.
The buzz is building up on Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Mini, forcing the Asian tech giant to officially unveil this week the scaled-down version of its new flagship, the Galaxy S4, a new report said.
Apple’s scheduled device releases for this year are mainly based on the visions left behind by the tech giant’s late co-founder Steve Jobs. So expect the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 killer features to display the famous Jobs imprints.
Consumers can now grab the popular Apple tablet computer with price cutbacks that go as high as $US234, courtesy of U.S. retail giant Best Buy.
Apple’s new iPhone refresh, the iPhone 5S, will have its global introduction on June 20 with the actual retail selling of the smartphone to commence in early July, new reports said.
It’s almost certain that Samsung will sell a scaled-down version of its new flagship, the Galaxy S4, and leaked specs of the Galaxy S4 Mini seem pointing to functions and features that are worth every penny.
Reports are rife that Samsung is all geared up for Episode 2 of its gadget onslaught for 2013, which of course will introduce the much-awaited Galaxy Note 3 on September.
And the phablet explosion continues with Amazon likely to be the latest entrant. The online retail giant will soon release its phablet version that new reports said will begin selling by June 2013 at starting price of $US100.
If you fell in love with the S Voice app that Samsung has delivered with the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2, you may want to get the upgraded version that will rollout with the Galaxy S4.
Nothing yet is confirmed about the iPhone 6, not even its existence, but phone designers cannot help to express how they envision the rumoured Apple phablet, which a new render suggests looks like Sony’s Xperia Z.