Huawei announced the Honor 7 at a press event, launching three versions with metal alloy chassis. The different models of the Honor 7 differ by connectivity and storage limitations. The entry model ships with 16GB and LTE, then you have a dual-SIM dual-standby LTE varaint and finally one with 64GB of internal storage. It's quite the selection catering for different consumer requirements.
Europe has agreed a final proposal to scrap roaming charges altogether across the continent, as well as new rules on net neutrality. The extra charges applied to your account for using your mobile phone abroad will be scrapped by June 2017, although a fair use policy will be put in place.
Driving on Indian roads is not unlike navigating an obstacle course, with motorists on two-wheelers and four-wheelers trying to dodge city buses (which don't follow the lane system), autos and errant pedestrians. And that's not even accounting for the wildlife that manages to find its way onto the roads in the country. Google is now trying to make sense of the chaos by bringing real-time traffic information for twelve cities.
The latest figures from Kantar show Android increasing its market share to 64.9 percent in the U.S., an increase of 2.8 percentage points. Samsung was able to retake the number one manufacturer spot through strong sales of the Galaxy S6.
Amazon has unveiled Prime Now to the UK. Starting in London, consumers will be able to take advantage of Prime membership to enjoy one-hour delivery on over 10,000 products. Whether you're in dire need of some nappies, or need a games console to ramp up your home entertainment options, Amazon will deliver supported items within the hour. Unfortunately, it's only covering London for the time being.
Google launched a free ad-supported version of Play Music in the U.S. earlier this month, but the service is yet to make its debut north of the border. For those looking to avail Play Music for free, however, Samsung is offering a way. The manufacturer is offering a six-month subscription to Google Play Music to customers purchasing the Galaxy S6.
Sprint has kicked off a new marketing campaign with football superstar David Beckham, launching not only digs at competitors in the US, but also highlighting the network's new "All-in" plans. The company hopes that the new plans will offer a simpler option for consumers, making it clear exactly how much the smartphone and accompanied plan will set them back.
The Moto X update onslought continues today, this time with Verizon. The carrier in red has posted the release notes for Android 5.1 Lollipop for the Moto X (2014), signaling that an OTA update should become available momentarily.
If you consider yourself a big Lego fan, you might want to check out the latest Lego game to grace Android devices. Lego Minifigures Online is a online game that lets players form teams made of their favorite minifigures to battle across different classic Lego worlds, either alone or with friends.
Setting up both SIM cards on your ZenFone 2 is easy, and it doesn't require any special software.
One of the coolest features of the new ASUS ZenFone 2 is that it's one of the first "mainstream" devices to come with dual SIM card slots. Hold on — that doesn't mean you're going to be doubling down on network speeds or anything, as we explained here, but it does bring two physical phone lines into one device.
This isn't anything new, of course. Dual-SIM phones have been around a long time, and plenty of people use them outside of North America for various reasons. In some places, dual-SIM phones are the norm to prevent roaming fees or to ensure you have coverage everywhere you will be going. But in North America, where carriers have traditionally dictated the market (and they would never want you to be able to use a different network's SIM in their phone easily), it's just something we rarely see.
That's why we want to take a few minutes and show how easy it is to use two SIM cards on the ASUS ZenFone 2.
Information and images of the 2015 Moto G have been in the center of news for a little bit already, but some new renders have surfaced online, giving us our best look yet at the device. While low in resolution, the renders show off the overall design rather well on Motorola's upcoming device.
People who own the Sprint version of the HTC One M9 can look forward to receiving an update to Android 5.1 Lollipop in the near future. The over-the-air download for the smartphone should start sometime on July 1.
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