After recent reports pointed towards a Galaxy Note 9 announcement on August 9, tipster Ice Universe has partially backed up this claim in his most recent tweet.
For once, a Sony product is being released in the United States before Europe – the Xperia Ear Duo earbuds, which are already available for purchase since late May. Fortunately, European customers didn’t have to wait too long for Sony’s unique earphones, as the Japanese company has just announced the Xperia Ear Duo earbuds are now available in select European markets.
Initially, the earbuds are only available in some countries, but they will eventually be introduced in all countries Sony officially sells its products: UK, Ireland, France, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Spain, Germany, …
The sequel of the Vivo XL2 is finally available for purchase in the United States, in case you were looking for a mid-range Oreo-powered smartphone priced at less than $200. Although it packs mid-range specs, the BLU Vivo XL3 promises to offer a premium feel design-wise.
Amazon has the BLU Vivo XL3 smartphone up for purchase for $190 (free shipping included), a decent price for what it has to offer, at least on paper. Before talking about the insides of the handset, it’s worth noting that the phone features a metallic finish that incorporates a so-called “electrolyzed metal” effect.
Truth be told, CES 2018 was a bit lackluster due to the relative scarcity of exciting phones, but thankfully, MWC 2018 is just around the corner with the promise for tons of new intriguing devices coming our way. Truth be said, we have set up our hopes to 10 for that one and are really hoping that it will meet our expectations.
We’ve rounded all of the devices we anticipate top get unveiled at MWC ’18 in a separate post that’s available right here, but it will probably be quite useful to showcase the schedule of the trade show and help you catch the keynotes that might be of interest to …
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 …