About Ollie Green

Have been working as a freelance writer for the past few years and have found a comfortable spot writing about what I love best. Fit in nicely with the Android crowd but can respect both Apple and other mobile competitors.

Website: https://olliegreen.net
Ollie has written 76 articles so far, you can find them below.

Samsung’s Flexible Phone Might not be Galaxy Note 3

Despite previous reports, the upcoming flexible phone from Samsung may not be a variant of the Galaxy Note 3 after all. According to Money Today, a Korean outlet, the flexible device we’ll soon be able to get our hands on will in fact be more similar to the Youm prototypes Samsung showcased earlier this year.

Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Hits Stores October 10th

This years Galaxy Note 10.1 has previously been speculated to release on a date close to the release of the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear, and just as the hype slows down for the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear combo, Samsung have now officially announced details on this year’s Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung Admits Galaxy Gear ‘Lacks Something Special’

Along with many other smart watches, the Galaxy Gear has been expected for some time now, and while we all wait for manufacturers to put more emphasis into the wearable smart tech market in the near future, we’ve got to look at what today offers us, and to be quite frank, there really isn’t that much

Motorola Has Plans For New Moto X Tablet

Motorola has somewhat improved it’s reputation with the launch of it’s new Moto X range, but despite selling 100k Moto X handsets per week, it’s history with tablets like the Motorola Xoom usually doesn’t leave a positive experience in people’s minds. The X00m tablet wasn’t specifically a bad tablet, but it wasn’t received well and

Is it Worth Upgrading to the Galaxy Note 3?

Samsung has just announced the brand new Galaxy Note 3, and it’s bigger, better and more powerful than it’s predecessor. The Note 2 was and still is a beautifully powerful device, so making an upgrade may not be an easy choice. Whether you’ve got a brand spanking new Galaxy S4 in your pocket or you’re

New 4.4 Kitkat Android Advert Pokes fun at Apple

The ongoing rivalry between iOS and Android has spewed out pointless lawsuits, sales restrictions and attempts to bring down the other mobile OS at any cost, but one thing that has kept me interested is the way those in the mobile world have managed to poke fun at each other through TV commercials and social

Alcatel Follows Up with Fourth IDOL Phone: The Idol Alpha

Alcatel has been very busy making enough handsets to stop itself from feeling like a tiny unnoticeable blob within the huge Android crowd this year, and recently we are hearing more about what these handsets are. So far we already know about the rest of the IDOL range, but it seems Alcatel want to give

Pressy Kickstarter Campaign Hits 300k in three days

The minds behind Pressy, an attachable physical button that can be added and programmable to open any Android app with a press, originally asked for a fair $40 thousand on Kickstarter, but since then funding for it has exploded. So far, the total funding for the device is very close to $300k, and with a huge 47

Do we Need Wearable Tech?

Google Glass was most likely at the forefront of what is probably the next step in personal communication technology. We’ve had wearable sports gear for a while now, but this year we’ve seen a huge increase in activity for wearable technology that does more than just sports. Recently we’ve heard a lot about Samsung’s Galaxy

Galaxy Note 3 Release may be Slowed by Production Issues

One problem that manufacturers and consumers will always share are production problems, and every now and then we see up and coming tech that doesn’t make it to market at the time we’ve expected, at least not in the quantity that is demanded. This may be the case with Samsung’s 2013 phablet, the Galaxy Note

HTC One Max Could Release Alongside Plastic HTC Zara

So although the HTC One Mini is close enough to taste, we’re still not quite sure about HTC’s other purported second-half handset, the HTC One Max. The HTC One Max is speculated to be HTC’s rival to the Galaxy Note 3 and is rumored to come with a 5.9-inch Full HD display, a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800

Are there too Many Android Phones?

Earlier today I posted about Lenovo, a company that covers a fair amount of ground in the mobile scene in countries like China, but is currently unheard of as a mobile phone manufacturer by the majority in countries in America and Europe. That made me think about all of the manufacturers that seem to be

New Lenovo X910 Spotted on AnTuTu

  Although Lenovo is best known for it’s work with laptops and PCs, they are trying hard to break into the mobile world. The new Lenovo X910 may be the first ‘flagship’ to hit wider markets such as the US and Europe, and we’ve seen a little hint of what the smartphone is capable of

Samsung Galaxy Note II will Get Update Straight to Android 4.3

With leaks circling around about Android 4.3, it’s been speculated that a bunch of Galaxy devices will be updated to the new Android, skipping past Android 4.2.2. Whilst we’re unsure about devices such as the Galaxy S3 or S3 Mini, a leaked image seems to point to the fact that the Galaxy Note II will

Samsung I9192 Galaxy S4 Mini Dual SIM Now Available

 While you may be fed up with the constant stream of Galaxy devices, it’s only now that we have finally seen a Galaxy S4 Mini dual SIM hit the market. The Galaxy I9192 is a dual SIM variant of the original Galaxy S4 Mini and has specs and an appearance almost identical to the original S4.

Will the Second Nexus 7 Be on Shelves Next Week?

  The first Nexus 7 has been incredibly popular, and the speculated second Nexus 7 is expected to keep that success going. So far we haven’t really heard confirmed details on anything, however we keep seeing plentiful amount of leaks. A new leak involves a document with information about the arrival of Google and ASUS’