Articles By Erik Pineda
HTC One is already upon us and soon enough, Samsung will swing open the floodgates and attempt to fill the world with its new phablet offering – the Exynos-powered, 6-inch Galaxy Note 3.
Imagine manipulating your mobile devices by simple gestures like taps and scratches. These new features are possibly part of the cool packages to come with the iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iPad Mini 2 and iPad 5 release dates set later this year.
Japan’s Sharp has reportedly struck a deal with Samsung that some analysts said could potentially disturb Apple’s supply chain and delay this year’s iPad Mini 2 and iPad 5 release date.
Apple is ditching the physical home button found on the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 to boost durability on the gadgets’ release dates, a new feature that likely will be extended too to the iPad Mini 2 and iPad 5.
Samsung will reportedly begin building up its next-generation phablet, the Galaxy Note 3, on the last week of July, en route to a global release date that likely will take place between September and October.
Google traditionally gives away gadgets to attendees of its annual developers gathering. For 2013, the package could include a white Nexus 4 or even the rumoured Motorola X-Phone, new reports said.
Samsung Galaxy S4 has started rolling out and it is colliding head-on with the current Apple crowd darling – the iPhone 5.
Samsung has indicated that the Galaxy S4 Mini will commence its global circulation by July 2013 but a new set of leaked images pointed to the likelihood that the scaled-down flagship handset is programmed for an earlier release date.
The year 2013 is reserved for the iPhone 5S but Apple fans will have to wait a little longer for the iPhone 6, which at the moment is fixed for a June 2014 release date, a new report said.
Google is letting out its newest Android version later this May and in the months to follow, we’ll get to see Key Lime Pie or Jelly Bean 4.3 devices depending on what the internet search giant will unveil via the yearly I/O Developers Conference.