Recently Samsung revealed their new colors for Galaxy S4: Red, Blue, Purple, Pink and Brown . The runner up in the spotlight for today is the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini which also get a brand new paint job. A Russian blog by the name of Ho-Tech Mail delivered a few images that illustrate the Galaxy S4 Mini in Red, Brown, and Blue. Or to be more exact: Scarlet Dawn, Bronze Autumn, and Blue Iceberg, which are the cool names Samsung has chosen to give these color versions.
Images of the BlackBerry Z10 Porsche Design edition have recently leaked. For a second time in company’s history, it looks like Blackberry is in the business of redesigning their phones. However, despite the fact that makeover is simply just a new skin, the details of specs and hardware have yet to be released. N4BB exclusively proclaimed that the device will be called the BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9982. It will be a sophisticated follow up to the BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9981 released two years ago. Although Blackberry has had their hardships they still moving forward in luxury business.
T-Mobile pulls another rabbit out of the hat, and like magic they have announced the landing of yet another interesting phone. The LG Optimus F3 will arrive at T-Mobile in one week on August 7th. The handset will be T-Mobile’s cheapest LTE Android-powered smartphone, arriving to the carrier all with a limited-time offer price for $0 down with 24 monthly installments of $10.
Sprint has finally joined the wave of launching Windows smartphones and added its first Windows Phone 8 to its portfolio. The HTC 8XT is now available at Sprint for $99.99 after a $50 rebate and a 2 year contract. It has very impressive, new, and elaborate finishes for specifications and features. Even the image Sprint uses showcases the device looks impeccably amazing, a “California Blue” color scheme, delightful on the eyes. Moreover here are a few highlights to the Sprint’s first and the only Windows Phone 8 device so far. That is until the anticipated Samsung ATIV S NEO will hit the shelves before the end of summer.
The notorious tipster Evleaks revealed that the HTC One Max T6 and HTC Zara are not a myth or legend, but the devices are real and well. They breathed life into the handsets by giving a bit of a sneak peak to say the least as to what’s going on with these models. They mentioned that the HTC One Max T6 is going to head over to AT&T, and HTC Zara to arrive at Sprint. Although no pictures and no suggestions on when we are to expect the phones have been revealed, some details have surfaced.
Channel that moment when you were a child and your birthday was coming up in a few days or weeks, your guardian sat you down, both of you guys smiling from ear to ear, you knowing that good news was to come, and then they surprise you with a birthday gift early! Best Buy decided to go on and put the highly anticipated new Nexus 7 up for pre-order. To follow that up in the best way possible, Sundar Pichai, chief of Android/Chrome hosted a special Nexus 7 announcement event that revealed impressive, and more importantly accurate to speculations, information on the next generation Google Nexus 7.
Engadget revealed an interesting screenshot loaded with phones to potentially be released on Sprint network soon. Three are as followed: BlackBerry Q10, Red HTC One, and the Ativ S Neo. The Q10 is expecting to arrive on August 20th, taking account to what Verizon and AT&T have priced their versions at $199.99 for the notorious BlackBerry phone. Look out for the Ativ S Neo to also hit the shelves in August, on the 16th. August 16 will also be the arrival date for the Red HTC One.
Verizon and Motorola are people pleasers. Recently at the event in New York that all three new Droid devices have been revealed by manufacturer and now all are available for pre-order at Verizon with 2 year contracts: Motorola Droid Mini, Motorola Droid Ultra, and Motorola Droid MAXX. Of course because all phones are in the same family under Verizon’s Droid smartphones, they feature many common specifications. Yet there are many differences that you guys will be able to experience in August. Functionality and features on each phone do compare more than contrast so Motorola and Verizon surely delivered great options for diverse customer preferences.
Windows phones are in at the moment. AT&T brings their first Windows smartphone to subscribers of the prepaid GoPhone. Priced at $99.99 AT&T will join the wave of premiering their extensions of the Nokia Lumia 520, which is a top seller for Nokia (raking in 80 percent of WP handset sales in a few countries). This new phone, and AT&T’s new Mobile Share plan will be available right at the end of the month, on July 26th. Perfect way to close out the month on AT&T’s behalf, and perfect timing for customers expecting their Friday, and beginning of the month paychecks.
The Nokia Lumia 625 has recently become certified in China. Today Nokia announced that the Nokia Lumia 625 is to be available elsewhere as well, places like: Europe, Asia Pacific, India, Middle East, Africa, and Latina America in Q3 2013 Priced at 220 EUR which converts to $290. Nokia also revealed great colored photos of the interchangeable shells. The five new optional shells are unique, in that they are made of a single piece of translucent polycarbonate, and specially layered with an inner color design to ice the cake. What makes the phone even more interesting is that the model has the largest screen available on any Windows 8 Phone in the market, an impactful 4.7 inch screen.
A Best Buy ad revealed that July 30th the next generation of the Nexus 7, 16GB model, will be in stock for $229.99. The tablet will feature a 1920 x 1200 display, and a few noticeable modifications. Also a new-rear facing camera will be available, dual speakers, and a well-positioned notification light. The image revealed by Evleaks an image of the Nexus 7. The time on the image, is 4:30, hinting at the Android 4.3 platform, in addition to the stir of the recent launch of the new software Android 4.3. The Nexus tablets may be the first to feature the new OS.
Evleaks did what they are known best for doing they ‘leaked’ a trending photo. It was certainly a good leak at that, revealing that the ‘Nokia Lumia 521’ is on its way to Metro PCS. One major consideration is that T-Mobile recently purchased Metro PCS, sharing a common bond, grants reason to believe they will share the handset as well. This cell phone has a very interesting thread that ties Metro PCS, T-Mobile, and Nokia together.
As expected earlier, Sony’s flagship smartphone has been added to T-Mobile lineup of entry-level messaging phones. You can grab the phone for just $99.99 upfront and pay the remaining value in $20 installments over the course of 24 months. Another option is to pay the phone’s full price of $579.99 at checkout. The advantage of this solution is that you won’t be tied down to T-Mobile for the next two years. As a incentive, for a limited time, the carrier throws free wireless speaker and free overnight shipping.
The colors we choose to wear when we put on our wardrobes are sure to make us feel a certain way looking in the mirror; and people will also feel something when looking back at you. Colors may determine your mood for the day, what is the first thing any business person, teen, or participant in a relationship does when they wake up? They take a glance at their colorful phones to check their messages. In this action we are exposed to influential magic of colored platforms. Yellow will set a happy tone; backgrounds will remind you of your favorite things. Everyone has their colors, their phone design preferences, and new colors will mean a group of new lovers for Samsung Galaxy S4 cell phones.
In most cases, the price of a cell phone really does matter. But in relation to quality, people will go the extra mile to buy something a little pricier with more capability. The new plastic iPhone from Apple is speculated to give you the best of both words. Which are budget prices for the devices as well as next to kin processors and connectivity options, and capability. Two designs for the cheaper iPhone Lite will be available as well, so along with a newer pricing option for customers, style preference is also available.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Sometimes people let this phrase slip by them, let me explain, isn’t it obvious that a picture is worth a thousand words because a picture decomposed has a handful of components to make up that picture such as: hair color, shirt, face expression, posture, etc. The beauty in images, is in the details, so I try to never let the details slip by—it’s the little things that matter. In the case of the Moto X image, mid-range specifications, and features being revealed in news reports, we have visual aids as well.
It is unimaginably hard to not want the Moto X phone, simply because good press reports are hard to come by, the PR backing the Moto X sell the phone more than the phone sells itself. This is normally the case, as we are prone to be drawn towards attraction, great press reports capitalize off of flashy word play, excitement, and it was a simple line-hook-sinker! When the announcement for the Moto X hit the world? August 1st in New York, will be the day.
Nokia USA’s just updated its site, stating that the Nokia Lumia 822 released for Verizon Wireless network will arrive on two-year contract priced at $99.99. While no release date was officially announced yet, the Windows 8 smartphone has been rumored to be launching on November 12th at carrier’s network.
There are couple rumors and unofficial information saying that AT&T is planning to launch the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 later on this week – 9-11 November. The Nokia Lumia 920 will be offered at price $149 on contract and Lumia 820 for $49. The new Lumia 920 will be offered in three colors: blue, yellow and white and may come with free wireless charge pad.
Starting this Sunday, Barnes & Noble is lowering prices of its current flagship e-reader tablets. The Nook Color will set you back $139, while the 8GB and 16GB Nook Tablets will cost $159 and $179, respectively. The new prices represent a $10 savings for the Nook Color and $20 savings for both Nook Tablets.
The price drop goes together with the release of the company’s new flagship tablets, the 7-inch Nook HD for $199 and 9-inch HD+ for $269, which will both be available later this week on November 8th. Barnes & Noble says the new pricing will come into effect in-store and online from tomorrow.