Category Archives: Android
Starting in just a few hours, at noon Singapore time on March 7th, Xiaomi will begin selling its flagship Mi3 phone to Singapore customers.
With Vivo and next Oppo offering phones with 2K displays, it is no wonder that phone giant Huawei are considering the tech for their next device.
According to reports, India’s Karbonn are working on a yet untitled smartphone which will boast not only only the usual Android compatibility, but support for Microsoft’s Windows Phone os as well.
ZTE had an interesting showing at the Mobile World Congress, and headlining that was the ZTE Grand Memo II LTE. The 6-inch phablet is really blurring the lines between tablet and phone, and initial impressions seem positive.
We wrap up the best of what Huawei had to offer at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. The Chinese manufacturer came to the show with a wearable, a console and a television.
Marvell isn’t as often talked about as say Qualcomm or MediaTek, but the fabricator just took a shy at the headlines thanks to a recent release; a 64-bit quad-core mobile chipset.
Mediatek are reinventing themselves with a new logo, new slogan and new technology. Is it time for them to go global?
The Keybee keyboard has launched after being in development since 2012. We take a closer look at it and see if it really is a better way to type on a touchscreen.
Jingdong (JD.com) will be the exclusive retailer of the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL in China. The Android phones won’t be sold officially at any retail stores in China.
The octacore GooPhone N3 review is here! We have had our hands on the GooPhone N3 phablet for a few weeks now preparing this review. Find out what we think of this dual sim phone with the body of a Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Right after Facebook’s acquisition of massively popular messaging app WhatsApp, the Facebook subsidiary rolled out an update earlier today which allows Android users to hide their last seen timestamp.
With the sort of growth Google’s Android has seen in the past few years, it is only logical to try and have it running on devices other than smartphones and tablets. Android is designed to run on devices on the ARM architecture, but most desktops and laptops of today have x86 processors which aren’t natively compatible to run Android.
How to root the Huawei Honor 3C so you can have full control of your Android experience!
LG couldn’t wait until The Mobile World Congress (MWC) to unveil its newest phone, the LG G Pro 2. The company made the announcement through an official press release Thursday and included the usual gamut of images. The LG G Pro 2 features a 5.9 inch 1920×1080 (1080p) screen with a slim side bezel of […]
UMi have officially announced that their flagship UMi X3 octacore smartphone will go on sale mid-March along with the UMi X1 Pro smartphone.
Top 5 Android powered gaming handhelds you can buy now! Specifications, details and more of the best Android games systems on the market today!
Neo are working on their own quad-core MT6582 mid-range Android smartphone named the Neo Leo Poppy and seen here in this earlier concept image.
Following the statement he made yesterday, Dong Nguyen pulled the insanely popular game, Flappy Bird from the Google Play and the iTunes App stores.
In an astonishing development, it has been learnt that Dong Nguyen, developer of the addictive (?) Flappy Bird title will soon be taking the game off the Google Play Store.
If money was no object which is the best smartphone to buy? We list 5 smartphones which would be a great to own!