Samsung looks ready to make a bigger move into the developer space, one that will have them following in the lines of some of the other big players. The company has announced the Samsung Developer Conference which will kick-off on October 27th. The event will take place in San Francisco, California and it one that Samsung is promising to be "major."
Motorola has taken the next step towards releasing the Moto X. The company has just announced an event for August 1st. The event invite didn't reveal much in the way of details, but it is refreshing to see that an event date has been announced. The image that accompanied the image (seen below) has nothing more than a few people sitting around.
Google have just started sending out invites for an event scheduled for July 24th in San Francisco. It's time to get excited folks because next Wednesday Google will be dropping some Android news on us. The invite simply asks select press to join Google "for breakfast with Sundar Pichai," who is the head of Android and Chrome these days.
Verizon Wireless and Motorola, get excited, because we'll find out all of the details come next week. Today Verizon has just started issuing invitations for a press only event on July 23rd, where they'll showcase what's next from "one of their most popular family of devices" which will likely be the DROID lineup.
Google and Motorola's upcoming Moto X smartphone haven't slowed down. In fact, they've only increased now that Motorola's confirmed the device is real, coming soon, and will be completely customizable after posting a teaser site on July 4th. However, the latest rumors swirling was that a private press event on July 11th was taking place, but we can now confirm that is false.
Samsung is set to take the stage and drop a flurry of new Android-powered products on the world. We're here live at London's Earls Court Event Center for Premiere 2013, and we'll be sharing all the details live as they happen, and of course getting our hands all over whatever Samsung announces. So what do we know, and what should you expect? Read on for more thoughts.
Samsung is preparing their live promotional product introduction event for Thursday, and we'll be there to cover it. If you don't like having your news fed to you, and instead like to see it for yourself, you too can watch it via live stream on the Samsung site and on YouTube. Either way you enjoy it, you should be in for quite a show.
Huawei have what appears to be a pretty impressive handset in the works for later this summer, and it's getting a whole lot of attention lately. Their new Ascend P6 has leaked more times than we can count, and it still isn't even set to be unveiled until their event tomorrow.