Last week we mentioned that the long-awaited Android 4.3 update to last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note II has been spotted in Samsung service centers in India. Now it seems that a version of that firmware has been leaked out
With new, and more sophisticated devices come the need for batteries that can easily sustain the modern user’s smartphone habits. And so Mugen Power is at it again, announcing its new battery that will extend the life of
Some might have been awed by Samsung‘s quarterly financial report or Android market share, but there will definitely be those who will remember the rather bothersome feature the company has sneaked into the Galaxy Note 3.
Fitbit has had an Android app available for a while now, but as we often see, the device support is rather limited. Officially speaking, the Fitbit Android app uses Bluetooth 4.0 with the LE (Low Energy) feature. For now that
The wait might soon be over for owners of last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note II. This latest leaked info places the much-awaited Android 4.3 update for the S Pen-powered phablet in the hands of Samsung’s service centers,
If you have ever wished you could somehow try out a phone’s fancy new features first before purchasing one without even walking to a store, then Samsung‘s new Galaxy Note 3 Experience app might just be your thing.
The Verizon Galaxy Note 3 has proven to be a solid handset in terms of hardware and software, that is of course, assuming you are looking for an oversized smartphone. But while the experience has been good for most, there have
We’re taking a break from the Android 4.4 news frenzy and temporarily setting our eyes on a much awaited update to Samsung‘s previous flagship, the Galaxy S III. The smartphone, along with a bunch of other recent and
The past quarter has seen a flurry of new smartphone announcements that has surely made buyers quite undecided on which device to buy. If one wants to make a decision based purely on raw performance, then AnTuTu‘s top 10
After an excruciatingly long series of rumors and leaks, the day has finally come and the Nexus 5 has officially landed. But while the smartphone touts specs that, by now, sound a wee bit common among high-end Android