Samsung is already recalling millions of Galaxy Note7 units that have been sold and additionally, it has halted sales of units in certain regions as well. But how can you be sure that the new unit that you are receiving or planning to purchase soon is a safe one? Let’s find out.
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Samsung may be launching its new flagship phone in less than a week but that hasn’t stopped the company from continuing its Android 5.0 Lollipop rollout. Last week we saw the European Galaxy Note 4 get treated to some Lollipop-flavoured candy and now it’s seems the Galaxy Note Edge (SM-N915G) is following suit in Australia. Continue reading “Samsung starts rolling out Android Lollipop update for Galaxy Note Edge”
Google has just announced that it has dropped the price of the Nexus 4 by 25%. The 8GB version is now available at a price of 199 US$ while the 16GB will cost you 249 US$.
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Apple has rejected the settlement offer from Samsung. The offer would have allowed Samsung to sell their Galaxy Tab 10.1.
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BlackBerry Playbook is RIM’s first ever tablet which is running on BlackBerry very own OS known as QNX. BlackBerry Playbook is a good looking tablet and has some interesting specifications. It’s currently available in USA and Canada, and we told you that it will be hitting India later this month and already available for pre-order. Continue reading “BlackBerry Playbook international launch next month”
Samsung Galaxy S II was announced by Samsung at MWC and it’s already available in UK and other countries. Samsung want to launch it in more than 110 countries, and they are also gearing up to launch it in USA, but how can they forget Australia? Australian carrier Optus has officially announced that they will be launching the Samsung Galaxy S II earlier next month. Continue reading “Optus officially announces Samsung Galaxy S II, available for pre-order now”
Samsung launched the new redesigned Galaxy Tab 10.1 yesterday. People were wondering what is going to happen to the original Galaxy Tab 10.1 which was announced at MWC in February. Well it seems that it will be known as Galaxy Tab 10.1v from now on to avoid confusion with the new one.
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We all are familiar with the HTC Aria, a mid-end Android powered handset, which is exclusive to AT&T in USA. I have been using the HTC Aria, and I should say that it’s a pretty good device, and with the goodness of HTC Sense and Android, it’s the best device if you are looking Continue reading “HTC Aria coming to Australia via Optus”
Today is a good day for people who are enjoying their life in Australia, and now they can increase the enjoyment in their life by adding a new Android phone known as HTC Wildfire. HTC Wildfire is a cute little phone, which is a very beautiful entry level Android phone. The phone is going to hit Australia via Telstra, the exact release date and price is secret, but the phone will be out in August, so stay tuned. Continue reading “HTC Wildfire hitting Australia in August!”