Carphone Warehouse has altered its availability dates for the Galaxy Note 4, meaning those who pre-order the device now won't receive their package until the last week of October. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has already been delayed in the UK and was confirmed to be launching on October 17. Those who have already pre-orderd will still receive their units on time.
The world is currently rolling out 4G, but already some parties are looking at what 5G could bring to consumers. Samsung has been testing out its own infrastructure for the next generation of wireless and the company has been able to achieve jaw-dropping data transfer speeds using high frequency signal.
Ever heard of Kazam? No? The British handset vendor created by ex-HTC staffers has announced that it is launching a device with a thickness of just 5.15 mm in Europe. Dubbed Tornado 348, the device features a 4.8-inch 720p display that's backed by a one year replacement guarantee for the screen.
Amazon UK has today announced a new same-day collection service, available free for Prime subscribers. The online retail giant will allow Prime members to have a package delivered to a chosen collection point within 12 hours, part of its Click & Collect service. If you're not a Prime member, you'll have to part with £4.99 for the luxury.
AT&T has made a slight error by noting the price of the unannounced Nexus 6 on its online store. The company hasn't published a product page or announcement, but what has been spotted is a small mention of the Nexus 6 alongside contract pricing. The upcoming Motorola handset will likely set purchasers back by $49.99 on select plans.
Asus' entry-level PadFone X Mini is set to make its way to the US later this month, as AT&T announced earlier today that it would be offering the device for $199 without a contract to its GoPhone prepaid customers.
MetroPCS is now carrying the Alcatel OneTouch Fierce 2 smartphone for just $49.99 after an instant $100 discount. The contract-free pricing will get you a 5-inch qHD smartphone with a 5-megapixel autofocus rear camera along with 4G connectivity.
Google is launching Notification Sync on Glass that will allow users to see all the notifications on their Android phone from within Google Glass. It's essentially similar to how notifications get pushed through Android Wear for smartwatches. Though the feature is out today, it will require a new version of MyGlass that will be out Wednesday.
Only software stands in the way of Huawei emerging as a rival to the big names in Android
Huawei might not be a big brand name in the U.S., but the Chinese manufacturer has claimed its place as the world's No. 3 handset maker, and its products are improving all the time. Huawei's latest oversized smartphone, the Ascend Mate 7, shows that while there's much room for improvement on the software side, the company has hardware and performance pretty much nailed down. And should it secure itself a firm foothold in Western markets, it could prove a major challenger to the more established brands.
Read on for a second opinion on the Huawei Ascend Mate 7.
Electronic Arts is rolling out a new and big update for the strategy game Plants Vs Zombies 2 for Android, adding a bunch of new levels, along with many new varieties of plants and zombies, to the mix.
Droid Maxx owners who have signed up for the Motorola Feedback Network have reported receiving an interesting email today. It seems that the Verizon-only handset is going to be undergoing a soak test for VoLTE in the very near future.
While U.S. carriers begin official sales and shipments of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 this week, the folks up in Canada will get their chance to get the 5.7-inch smartphone next week, via Rogers and Telus.
If you feel as though recent smartwatch offerings have been a bit of a "boys club," you may be in luck. According to a new report, Omate, the creators of the Omate X is set to launch the Lutetia, a smartwatch designed and engineered by a team of women for women.
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