phablet, we have some potentially good news today. While we try not to use that word too often, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and ASUS FonePad are exactly that. Massive 7 and 8-inch tablets that just so happen to have full phone features. If you've been dying to try one, at least one UK retailer says they'll both launch in April.
US release for the GALAXY S 4, the one catch is that we have yet to see any specific dates. That doesn't seem to be as much of an issue for those in the UK though as EE has announced an exact release date as well as the date when pre-orders will be available.
HTC regarding their flagship One smartphone, although many UK retailers have confirmed March 15th was the day. We haven't heard a word from US carriers regarding the launch, but earlier today UK retailer Clove confirmed the device has been delayed by HTC. Sadly it won't arrive until the end of March. After reaching out to confirm with HTC, the details below are what we received in reply.
ASUS has come forward with some release details for those in the UK. The details include pricing and release dates and it looks like the first to arrive will be the larger of the two tablets. Specifically, we are talking about the 7-inch MeMO Pad ME172V and the 10.1-inch MeMO Pad ME301T tablets.
full line of Titanium tablets back during CES and as of today there is word of availability for those on the UK. In this case we are referring to the Archos 80 Titanium which will bring an 8-inch IPS display and options for either 8GB or 16GB of internal storage space. The catch here, the 16GB model will be sold exclusively with Carphone Warehouse.
Xperia Z, it looks like Sony has inched things one step closer to a release. We are seeing some pricing along with some pre-order availability. Xperia Z details have recently appeared with Sony as well as with several carriers and retailers to include Phones4u, Carphone Warehouse, Three and O2.
Samsung handsets over Apple's iPhone line more often.
Samsung Galaxy S III we have some excellent Jelly news this afternoon. After initial updates started rolling out earlier this week, and in select regions late November today we can confirm Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and their "premium suite" is hitting the GSIII in the UK, Germany, and many other regions.
Droid DNA as it's known in the US, is finally ready to be reserved for buyers in the UK. Online retailer Expansys has posted the listing today, however, there is some critical information missing from the listing such as price and release date.
+Google TV regarding their music and movie offerings. As many of you know, Google Play Music and Movies are only available in select regions and countries. A list that is even smaller for those wanting the services on Google TV. Today Google's announced the UK, Canada and more are all getting everything Google has to offer.