Tizen and/or Firefox, an upstart that hopes to disrupt the market a bit. It’s a bit more of a continuation of Nokia’s MeeGo operating system than a fresh take on mobile, but it has a cult following of anticipation and excitement. While desired, some wonder who would use Sailfish, or why, when iOS and Android dominate.
Blade Q branded devices we saw ZTE announce last week, they have followed up this week with an announcement for another variant of the Grand S. In this case, ZTE has announced the Grand S Flex and it looks like this one will be heading to Europe. ZTE is touting this handset as having "clean and simple lines" that are then "combined with an ultra-thin 8.9mm touch screen."
OUYA has recently announced plans to bring the game console to additional markets across Europe. The goal is for the console to begin arriving later this month. According to Gamasutra, this expansion will include a mix of Western and Eastern Europe, though as of now we have yet to see details on each and every market.
Apple who has consistently been using its own proprietary connections.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3. And while the announcement could have been left at just that, it appears as if there are some points that potential buyers may want to know upfront. This is in regards to the model number SM-N9005 which ships with a European SIM card. Basically, this model is not going to be good for those who travel the world.
The Guardian are accurate, The European Commission will be shutting down the possibility for networks to charge roaming fees. This would be a huge move, and hopefully makes its way to other regions.
Moto X smartphone that was announced today, but many of you are probably wondering if you'll ever see it outside the US. Today Google and Motorola confirmed all 5 major US carriers will get the new device in late August and early September, but what about other regions? Today we've just received some bad news for Europe, and other markets.
Oppo released a pretty impressive smartphone back in December in the Find 5, but we've been patiently waiting for it to arrive for other regions. Starting today the Oppo Find 5 has made its way to European shelves, and it is also available from their online store for those interested in the device.
Xperia Z. Their new flagship smartphone was pretty impressive when we got our hands on it at CES, and now it looks like those in Europe can get it right this minute. Last week Sony confirmed the device would hit the streets starting February 21st in Europe, but it appears to already be available.
Sony has confirmed the beginnings of the European launch of the Xperia Z smartphone. The details are coming by way of the German language Sony Mobile Facebook page and notes a release date of February 21. The unfortunate part here, this posting only mentions a release date for Germany. Not to mention, it only talks of availability from one location.