It used to be so simple to get the mobile market, its players, their branding schemes and marketing strategies. Samsung, for instance, had the premium Galaxy S family which sat above all the rest and got a new addition once every 12 months. Now however the GS line consists of not only one top-tier phone,
So you didn’t buy Intel’s promises of challenging ARM-based mobile processors in terms of raw speed, did you? Well, it’s true, Intel started off rather timidly in the mobile décor, with the low-end Medfield platform, but the Clover Trail+ chip found inside Lenovo’s K900 should have raised a flag or two in the ARM camp.
With the Galaxy S4 out and about for mere weeks, you might think Samsung’s marketing efforts would focus solely on the “next big thing”. Only, unlike its predecessors, the S4 is just a piece of Sammy’s world-conquering puzzle, with reinforcements bound to come from the Active, Mini and Zoom versions of the flagship device. The
Fujitsu is not exactly a name with a solid reputation in the Android décor (mostly because the Japanese have only released a handful of gadgets with Android so far), but the company is definitely making great strides. Hot on the heels of the Full HD water-resistant Arrows Tab, which might well be the best tablet
If you haven’t been following the tech news over the past four days, you’ve certainly missed out on a lot. Among them would be the announcement of the Sony Xperia Z, the Huawei Ascend Mate, the Ascend D2, the Samsung’s eight core mobile chip the Exynos 5 Octa, the demo of the Youm flexible OLED