revelation last month that it would soon be introducing a curved display smartphone and a tip that such a handset would be named the Samsung GALAXY Round, the Korean maker has officially debuted the device. With the GALAXY Round comes a gently curved smartphone equipped with functionality to take advantage of the shape, as well as some other features.
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has had quite a run on Kickstarter, having launched on August 21 and shortly after (to the tune of about a day) reached its $100,000 funding goal. It has been about two weeks since launch now, and the smartwatch has received a specifications boost, including an optional 1GB memory increase over the initial 512MB offering and full Google Play access.
we saw a press image of the Meizu MX3 leak, with it coming further claims of storage options up to 128GB and such. The handset has been officially unveiled, and with it comes confirmation of that high storage number, as well as other specs that all point towards a high-end, powerful handset.
a roadmap leaked on August 12 showing a roadmap for the next iteration, the Acer Liquid S2. In it we saw an August 2013 launch date, something that turned out to be off only by a couple days. Acer has officially introduced the smartphone, calling it the first 4k video-recording handset.
ZTE Blade V. Though this handset is on the lower end of mid-range devices, buyers will be able to grab it for less than a bill, with both on-contract and off options available.
Evernote for Android has received a new update, this one bringing with it the ability to edit attached documents using OfficeSuite. Such is aimed at users who find themselves frequently editing documents or find them to be a central aspect of their Evernote experience.
Android-laden HTC One and GALAXY S 4 Google Play Edition of the two handsets are seeing a version boost to Android 4.3 this evening, with reports surfacing that some users have scored an over-the-air update. Though not every handset owner has received it yet, the details are already rolling out for all to see.
over at iFixit have been in a bit of a teardown frenzy, first giving the Chromecast a quick dissection, then heading straight to the newly unveiled Nexus 7 2013 tablet. Despite some glue that makes removing the battery a bit tricky, the tablet is easy to disassemble, and was awarded with a score of 7 out of 10.