Samsung has been known to spew off countless variants of its smartphones across the world, some of which don't exactly make the news, either for their nondescript features or simply because Samsung itself doesn't make a big splash about it. Two such phones, the Galaxy Trend Lite and the Galaxy Fame Lite, have quietly landed on the Netherlands and are, for all intents and purposes, simpler versions of their namesakes.
BLU Products might not be at the top of the list when it comes to Android smartphone manufacturers but there is no denying that they offer affordable and sometimes interesting options. One such offering is the new BLU Studio 5.5 which may or may not be the budget phablet that you are looking for.
Lenovo is definitely not done in its campaign to leave its mark in the worldwide Android smartphone market. For its next stop, the manufacturer will be unleashing a number of low-cost smartphones from its A series in India.
Galaxy Note 3 earlier this month there was countless reports regarding multiple different models in the works. At one point rumors suggested four different variants, but after their event we only saw two. The quad-core Snapdragon 800 powered LTE flavor, and Samsung's own 8-core version. However, two more might actually still be coming.
Apple announced two brand new smartphones today. Those being the iPhone 5S with a new processor technology, better camera, and a fingerprint scanner. They also detailed their new iPhone 5C (cheap, color, consumer) smartphone with lower specs, tons of color options, and a wallet-friendly $99 price tag. It might sound like a good deal, but lets compare it to the HTC One and other Android phones.
Acer announced a slew of devices. One being a brand new 10-inch budget Android tablet, and we have our hands all over it to see if it's worth your hard earned cash. Below we're giving you a quick look at the newly announced Acer Iconia A3 slate.