Samsung Galaxy S4 zoom was heading to AT&T and as of this morning, the release has been made official. AT&T will be the first US carrier to launch the handset and they will have it available later this week, on November 8. While AT&T is launching the handset this week, Samsung originally announced it back in June. Basically, this is a variant of the Galaxy S 4 with a highlight being the camera.
Nexus 5 has officially landed. But while the smartphone touts specs that, by now, sound a wee bit common among high-end Android smartphones, one piece of its hardware, its camera, deserves a special mention.
camera for the Moto X, and it’s been done in a very different way. Rather than send out an OTA update, Motorola has updated the camera via the Play Store. That’s an unusual move, but maybe a smart one, considering the fix.
"Morning with Google+" event this morning and one of the bigger portions here is Hangouts. This isn't the only change coming to Google+ today, but there certainly is no mention of the Nexus 5 or Kit Kat. Of course, Google was pretty clear this was a Google+ event and nothing more.
OPPO N1 smartphone was unveiled back in September. At that time there was mention of the handset arriving from early-December. The initial launch was going to be for China, but as we recently saw, the handset has been announced in Indonesia as well. The catch is, while we are expecting a further global roll-out, the official details on when and where remain on the light side.
in January, during CES. At the time Polaroid had said the camera would be arriving during the first quarter of the year and with a price point of $399. Anyway, Polaroid has finally announced the availability. The iM1836 is available today and actually priced a bit lower than originally expected.
Verizon Wireless is just about ready to begin rolling out the Moto X software update. This is the one often referred to as the camera update, though there are quite a few other items listed in the changelog -- including a Google Drive promotion. Anyway, at this time Verizon has yet to publicly post the changelog, but we can say the update will be arriving as software version 139.15.1.
rumored to launch in January. While we don’t have much to go on, rumors regarding the device have been leaking since the S4 came out this summer. Now, we’re hearing the camera may get a slight update.