The HTC One Mini 2 is now available for purchase on UK mobile operator Three. Priced at £31 a month with an upfront fee of £19.66, the Android-powered handset is a great choice for consumers who are looking for a smartphone with strong functionality in a tight package. If you'd rather purchase the HTC One Mini 2 outright, the full price is £399.
Samsung's half-phone, half-camera hybrid the Galaxy K Zoom will go on sale in the UK tomorrow, Saturday May 31. The initial launch will take place at Samsung's own network of 'experience stores' across the country, as well as Carphone Warehouse outlets. There's no word on wider availability just yet.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 Active has leaked many times but now the device has gone official on AT&T. Running a 2.5GHz quad-core processor and using Android 4.4 Kit Kat on a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display with a 16MP camera, AT&T is releasing three colored variations in total. Camo Green, Titanium Gray and and Ruby Red. Keeping up with the previous Active devices the device is also shock resistant, water resistant, and dust proof.
We got our hands on the AT&T's Asus PadFone X on Wednesday and we think its price makes it stand out. For $199 with a new contract or $549 full retail price, you get a combination of a 5-inch Full-HD LTE Android smartphone and a 9-inch Full-HD LTE tablet. What exactly do you get for the price? Watch our unboxing video to find out.
LG's latest flagship handset continues its tradition of back-mounted keys
LG broke the mold last year with the G2, switching from the tried-and-true side-mounted power and volume keys and putting its buttons on the back. And it worked pretty well, allowing the company to slim down its bezels while keeping the main keys relatively accessible. (Though that said, we were less enamored with the inferior design that featured on the Verizon G2.)
Back buttons quickly became a signature LG feature, arriving on devices like the G Flex and G2 Mini, and they're back on the company's 2014 flagship, the LG G3.
Following recent rumors of a plastic HTC One being in the works, HTC China has taken the wraps off this new model with a post on Weibo linking to a promotional site for the phone. Besides the change in materials, you're looking at familiar chips and software, a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor and HTC's BoomSound-based audio. Despite the high-end internals, the chassis looks a little more like last year's HTC One, the M7, than this year's offering.
We've seen the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active leak our a few times already, including a surprisingly lengthy hands-on video of the S5 Active in a dude's truck (how appropriate, huh?), so what's one more? We've seen the back of this phone before, but only in that video, so what we have now is a better look — a still photograph, if you will — of the front and back of the Galaxy S5 Active.
Sure, the Galaxy Note 3 has received an update to the latest version of Android in March, but what about its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 2? After outlining that the device would be receiving the KitKat update later this month, Samsung is making good on its promise by rolling out the update to Sprint's Galaxy Note 2.
Taking a screenshot on the LG G3 is as simple as pressing buttons or swiping the screen
As with most Android phones, taking a screenshot on the LG G3 is simple enough, if you know the trick. There are a couple of ways to save the image on your screen for posterity, and they're both really easy, as for the most part LG's using the standard Android button configuration. Only thing is, the main physical keys are on the back of the phone, so you'll need to go about pressing them in a slightly different way.
And there's also a secondary way to grab a screenshot and annotate it, using the built-in QMemo+ application. Let's get stuck in after the break.
TCL Communication's smartphone division Alcatel has launched its latest smartphone, the Idol X+, in India today. Unveiled at CES earlier this year, the Idol X+ will be available exclusively on Flipkart, with orders commencing from June 3.
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