The global rollout of the latest in the LG Prada family continues, with the news that Vodafone Australia will be offering the device from April.
The release of the Gingerbread powered device will be exclusive to Vodafone, and is being launched for use on its 850MHz network. RRP is said to be AUS$ 799, but the carrier has indicated that exact pricing and availability will be announced in “coming weeks.”
Want to feel even more awkward and self-conscious making calls on your Galaxy Note in public? Why not pick up the upcoming “berry pink” version of Samsung’s 5.3-inch monster. It’s reportedly launching internationally during the ninth week of the year — that’s last week of February (or “crazy week” as we like to call it around here).
The leaked promotional shot, obtained by GSMArena, reminds us of the pink Galaxy S [Read More...]
FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction is demolition racing at its extreme. The PC series has previously been available through Steam, but now the developer Team6 is bringing their latest creation to the Android Market. Company CEO Ronnie Nelis recently revealed that FlatOut 3′s popular Stuntman mode would be turned into a full-blown game for Android devices.
The concept of the game is simple. Gameplay includes the player driving their vehicles into [Read More...]
Android 4.0 OTA update for other Sensation phones “soon”
According to a press release from HTC’s Dutch wing, the manufacturer is preparing to launch an “ice white” version of its Sensation smartphone from Mar. 1, with the latest version of Android in tow. The Dutch presser indicates that the new Sensation revision will ship with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and that the ICS update will be rolling out over-the-air [Read More...]
Yesterday Samsung took the wraps off the Galaxy S Advance, a new mid-range device that fits somewhere between the Galaxy S and Galaxy S II in terms of hardware muscle. Now British network Three is the first to confirm that it’ll be carrying the phone, though no firm release date is on offer just yet. For its part, Samsung has indicated that the Galaxy S Advance will be coming to Russia [Read More...]
We knew Samsung was reviewing their options for the Galaxy S III launch, and now it appears the company will skip Mobile World Congress in favor of hosting their own special launch event.
A Samsung representative issued a statement to TechRadar which read, “Samsung is looking forward to introducing and demonstrating exciting new mobile products at Mobile World Congress 2012. The successor to the Galaxy S2 smartphone will be unveiled at a separate [Read More...]
Samsung earlier this morning confirmed to TechRadar.com that the Galaxy S III will not be launching at Mobile World Congress later this [Read More...]
Samsung’s “Is it a phone or a tablet or both?” device is coming to the United States next month. Samsung has just [Read More...]
There are four major phone carriers in the United States right now and the competition grows stronger and stronger each year. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is of course one of the most important ‘’weapons’’ of this [Read More...]
The ZTE Optik just made an appearance in the latest issue of the Sprint Playbook, and it’s coming in at the right price. Because Sprint is dropping their Wimax support and building out their new LTE network, this one is going to be a 3G-only device, and at $ 99 with a new agreement, of course, it’s bound to turn a few heads. (Or not, we suppose. We’ll see.) Its specs [Read More...]