The battle for the best 3G network is no longer as big a deal as it was a few years ago, and now, it seems we’re all focused on the much faster 4G LTE coverage. Optus has this week chimed in with an announcement of its own, not only boosting its coverage and promises, but also trying out a new spectrum that no other telco offers.
Swedish headphone and earphone design brand appears to be tired of the divide that separates Windows Phone, iOS, and Android users, and has arrived at a decision: a model with variants for all the major platforms.
There are plenty of people out there that don’t like typing on a touchscreen, and Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry seems keen on impressing those customers, with the introduction of a handset designed for youths, button mashers, and anyone else who hates pressing letters on a screen.
Fancy Windows Phone but prefer the look and feel of metal-clad devices like the Apple iPhone 5 and the HTC One? Good news, because Nokia has announced a Lumia that blends its polycarbonate style with some light-weight aluminium.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 gets a lot of things right, but then there are the odd things that are just so wrong. Things like the unlockable dock where the shortcuts can’t be changed, and a gallery that crashes. So how do you fix them?
If you’re planning a trip to the United Kingdom soon, you’re probably already aware just how expensive mobile calls and data can be, and if you’re not yet, you will soon. Good thing then that Woolworths has chimed in with a new plan to help reduce roaming costs.
We don’t spend a lot of time watching movies on our phones – maybe we should, given traffic in Sydney – but owners of HTC handsets might be saddened to hear the HTC movie service is shutting down in some places. Good news, though, as Australia isn’t one of them, at least for the moment.
Ever since Apple decided that mobile phone screens should be sharper when it introduced the “Retina” display concept, mobile manufacturers have been working hard to improve this idea considerably. Now, in 2013, the displays are so high-end that they go above and beyond what your eyes can see. But who has the best screen this year?
Huawei’s first big phone is bigger than Samsung’s own Galaxy Note, and coming with a 6.1 inch screen and a price tag well under $500, it might just prove to be the budget phablet you’re looking for.
Samsung has been on a winning streak lately, producing some top-notch handsets and winning acclaim around the world. The newest model in the four year strong Galaxy range has certainly been hyped up, and this handset now grabs almost as much attention as Apple’s coveted iPhone. Can Samsung’s S4 steal the show?