smartphones

Galaxy S5 LTE-A: 5.1-inch WQHD display, Snapdragon 805 core

It may not be the Galaxy F "S5 Prime" that was being leaked, but at least in the things that were important it might as well be. Samsung officially announced the newest member of its ever-growing smartphone family, the Galaxy S5 LTE-A, the first of its kind in its category in terms of its connectivity and Super AMOLED display.

Echo Lock Screen to help organise your notifications

Notifications can be both the best friend and banes of existence of smartphone users who are always connected. They can be annoying at times especially when you’re in the middle of your zone at work and they interrupt your work flow. But if organised and categorised properly, they can help you manage your apps. Echo Notification Lock Screen is aiming to do just that for your Android phone.

UNU Ultrapak portable battery series feature quick battery pack refuel

Gadgets running out of power are some people’s worst nightmare nowadays. And with most of us always being mobile, portable power sources are already a need and not just a want. The new Ultrapak portable battery features Ultra-X Charging Technology which allows the portable battery to recharge 2000mAh in 15 minutes.

New UI for LG G3 possibly spotted in leaked images

LG’s new flagship could bring a fresh interface as well. LG’s Android skin is fairly in-depth, and typically up-to-date with styling cues. Leaked shots, said to be from the LG G3, show a design that offers up flatter icons, rounded shapes, and a different color scheme.

Lenovo announces three new smartphones: the S660, S850, and S860

In addition to their updated Yoga Tablet, Lenovo is also introducing three new smartphones. The S660, S850 and S860 tackle the smartphone market on all fronts. The S660 will prove an admirable mid-range handheld, while the S850 and S860 each have flagship written all over them. The S860 just might end up being the Android device you’ve been looking for, too.

Lenovo Q1 earnings are in, mobile sales beat PC

Lenovo has just posted its first quarter earning and the numbers are quite telling. Not only did it beat profit forecasts, it has also given more evidence of a declining PC business as smartphones and tablets become more ubiquitous and user friendly.

Android leads smartphone race in IDC Q2 2013 figures, iOS share could rise

The IDC has released its 2013 second quarter smartphone market report and the numbers tilt heavily in favor of Android, which has acquired 79.3% of the market share. IDC warns, however, that Android shouldn't let its guard down as Apple's iPhone could still reclaim some part of that pie when the next iteration of the smartphone is released later this year.
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