Monthly Archive: June 2013
Samsung Droid Charge for the low price of $129 with a NEW 2-year contract (ignore that $669 value listed). Only problem is this is for new customers only and this great price will not be offered for those upgrading but only to new subscribers but its newsworthy that is for sure.
on the market in the UK, and an LG Optimus Bright out with NTT DoCoMo in Japan. These are all essentially the same device. What's with the color changes?
Xperia PLAY camp, what with its lovely selection of PLAY-specific applications we love so very much to review, its tough not to see the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo as simply the non-slider version of the legendary PlayStation phone. That said, the Neo does have its uniqueness, and it's certainly aimed at the mid-tier group looking for that top-tier excellence without quite hitting the Xperia ARC level of coolness. WIll the XPERIA Neo find its place in our hearts, or will we keep attempting to push out the bottom to play Tony Hawk? We shall see!
Taipei Times, the Taipei City Government recently learned of Google’s Android Market return policies -- policies that violate Taiwanese consumer protection laws that require any product bought over the internet to have at least a 7-day "trial period." This being a law throughout Taiwan it is causing a few problems for mobile markets like the Android Market and the Apple App Store.
Android Honeycomb tablets coming from Archos this video should make you drool. For those that remember the last tablets they released the viewing angles were terrible and probably the biggest con the devices had. I personally sold mine because the viewing angles just weren't up to par for day to day use. It looks like Archos went back to the drawing board and these new G9 tablets are looking better and better.
EE4 update for the Droid Charge we haven't heard anything else as far as updates go. No leaked Gingerbread builds like the Thunderbolt had or anything so this is a nice change of pace for all your Droid Charge 4G LTE owners.
Samsung Galaxy S II? Have a peek at the CF-Bench result of the device as it rests in the hands of our good pal Vince, compare it with the dwarfed results of the rest of the devices back in our original CF-Bench post and you'll see. That said, we've received word that "sources living in Asia" are planning on releasing a new version of the device by the name of Samsung Galaxy II PLUS, this either before or AT the time the device is released here in the United States, all of this to compete directly with the oncoming iPhone 5 from Apple.