Prime or no Prime version in the pipeline, Samsung’s “standard” Galaxy S5 is still poised to lead Android smartphone sales for the next six to nine months. Regardless of what analysts anticipate, and increasing competitiveness of rivals LG or Sony, Sammy’s marketing juggernaut is a well enough oiled machine to secure healthy buzz once the
Chinese smartphone maker Meizu has been quite busy lately. The company was present during the recently held CES 2014 and MWC 2014 and has now announced that it will be hosting a press conference this coming March 6 in France. This upcoming event will launch their brand in Europe which is already becoming quite popular.
Motorola has announced that it will be bringing the Moto X to Europe, confirming the speculation that ran rampant when the company sent out press invites for a new phone recently. The flagship smartphone will be available for purchase in February in the UK, France and Germany, with French carrier SFR calling dibs on exclusivity for
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a seasoned smartphone now, having been available in the market for close to six months. This smartphone is often compared with all the new flagships that are announced and with good reason. However, if there’s one area where the newer flagships dominate the Galaxy S4, it’s with regards to the
The 80 Titanum and 97 Titanium have just expanded the product lineup of Archos. The 80 Titanium is priced at $169, while the larger variant at $249. These slates share similar specifications, and the difference between them is mainly the size of their display. The Archos 80 Titanum packs an 8-inch IPS screen with
Motorola has been in the Android fray for quite some time now. It is popularly known for its Droid series of smartphones particularly on Verizon’s networks. However, of late, the company has lost traction in the market with companies like Samsung, HTC dominating the industry. But Motorola wasn’t going to back out as it introduced
Rumors were hot and heavy that the Samsug Galaxy S III would be announced at an up coming press event in France on March 22nd. Android Authority ran this story complete with graphic suggesting the French date. We’ve known for a few weeks now that Samsung has decided not to release the follow up to