New-fangled Nokia fans already know that the company is prepping itself to reveal a refreshed version of its Nokia 6 soon, uninterestingly dubbed the Nokia 6 (2018), which will be boosting things up with a a speedier series-600 chip, more RAM, and up to 64GB of native storage. The rest of the specs so far seem to be the same as the ones of last year’s regular Nokia 6.
While most people’s eyes have been firmly stuck to the newly unveiled Galaxy Note 8, Samsung has quietly been preparing the launch of a number of other products in the near future: there’s at least two new wearables on the horizon, along with a budget tablet which will be the successor to last year’s Galaxy Tab A 8.0.
The Xperia L1 was launched in the United States about a month ago, but Europeans weren’t given a chance to purchase the mid-range Android smartphone until this week.
Although we knew the Xperia L1 might not be available in too many regions until June, we thought that at least a couple of European countries would get it much earlier.
In any case, if you’ve been waiting to pick up Sony’s new Xperia L1, you’ll be pleased to know the smartphone is now available in many European countries for around €199. However, if you live in the UK, you’ll have to shell out …
The 2017 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is just ahead of us – it will be held next Monday, June 2. So it’s no surprise we already know a fair bit about what we can expect from the event, which should be filled to the brim with new product announcements, despite it officially primarily targeting developers for Apple’s platforms.
Samsung Pay is already available in 13 countries around the world, but some major markets like the UK are still waiting for Samsung’s mobile payment service to arrive.
The good news is the wait is almost over for consumers in the UK, as Samsung plans to launch the service in the country this month. The information has been recently confirmed by two different Samsung reps, who said the service would be launched on May 16.
We’ve known for some time that Lenovo was looking to shift its mobile business strategy, or at least the way it’s branded – as it currently stands, the company sells phones under three different names: Moto, Lenovo, and ZUK Mobile. Up until now, that is – it appears that, as part of this internal shift, the youngest of the three brand names will be killed off entirely.
Yahoo Answers has officially launched on mobile. As TechCrunch reported last month, Yahoo’s experimental app code-named Yahoo Hive had been rebranded as Yahoo Answers Now – a move that indicated Yahoo’s plans to bring its desktop Q&A site to the App Store. However, at the time, the app still required an invite in order to test it out – that restriction… Read More
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