It is the Motorola fans' turn to get excited. Motorola has finally announced the preorder details for its Moto X smartphone, the company's flagship device that is meant to contend with Apple's iPhone 6 and Samsung's Galaxy S5.
In spite of some hitches -- the US Apple Online store was down until 3 AM Pacific Time and reportedly there were issues encountered when pre-ordering via the Apple Store app -- Apple has set a new record for iPhone orders when it opened the pre-order period for the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus last night.
Hours after the debut of Apple's newest iPhone, Sprint is offering a special plan for those who want to can not wait to get the iPhone 6. The new plan promises unlimited calls, texting, and data for only a monthly fee of $50.00. Furthermore , Sprint has established an iPhone for life trade-in program that should give customers an opportunity to own the newest iPhone version every two years.
Motorola may soon become a subsidiary of Lenovo late this year, but that has not stopped the mobile manufacturer from releasing new products recently. In an event held at its headquarters in the city of Chicago, the phone maker introduced new versions of its flagship smartphone Moto X, as well as a sequel to its budget-friendly offering Moto G. On top of that, the company also unveiled Hint, a Bluetooth earpiece accessory, and then proceeded to share some information about its smartwatch, the Moto 360.
HTC recently announced the Desire 820, the followup to the HTC Desire 816. The HTC Desire 820 boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor as well as integrated 4G LTE Cat 4 connectivity and 64-bit multi-core central processing unit. With these hardware specifications, the device is targeted to users who want to view content at optimum display clarity and speed. The HTC Desire 820 also features a 5.5-inch HD display screen and HTC BoomSound speakers.
There is a deluge of new smartphones being introduced in the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) trade show held in Berlin. It appears that in order for your newly launched product to gain some media traction, introducing your fresh new toy at this international exhibit is definitely the in thing to do.
China-based phone maker Huawei certainly agrees. As a matter of fact, the Chinese company has just officially unveiled three smartphones at IFA Berlin. The new devices include the Huawei Ascend Mate 7, the Huawei Ascend G7, and the sapphire Huawei Ascend P7.
Selfie addicts rejoice, the Nokia Lumia 730 has arrived. Since July of this year, Microsoft, which now owns Nokia, has hinted at releasing a smartphone designed for taking selfies. With the introduction of the Lumia 730, Microsoft has finally made good on its promise.
By launching four new products, Samsung certainly made the most of its opportunity at the 2014 Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) trade show held in Berlin. One of the new products they launched is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the follow-up to the Note 3, which the South Korea-based mobile manufacturing company unveiled twelve months ago.
Without dwelling too much on the new smartphone's specifications, Samsung showed a bit more enthusiasm in expounding on the Note 4's features, namely its 176-gram weight, its 8.5-mm thickness, and its LTE category 6 capability.
More than a year ago, Samsung introduced a prototype of a smartphone that featured a curved screen which wraps around the right-handed area. Called Youm, that prototype eventually would give way to another curved-screen Samsung handset -- the Galaxy Note Edge, which is expected to be released this fall.
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