Windows phone will be a serious contender by 2015

Windows phone is in the smartphone market for quite some time now but has not been able to get a significant market share until now. The low end windows phone have shown silver linings but the high end phones are just not selling. But that is not the end of the story. Windows and especially … Continue reading “Windows phone will be a serious contender by 2015”

Samsung launches Galaxy Beam – the smartphone with a built-in projector

Korean gadget maker Samsung has added yet another feather to its glorious cap of smartphones with the launch of a new Android smartphone which has a projector built inside it, called the Galaxy Beam. Following the big failure of the Galaxy Note, Samsung has done remarkably well with the Beam, packing some decent features within the … Continue reading “Samsung launches Galaxy Beam – the smartphone with a built-in projector”

CES 2012: Lenovo launches K800 with Intel Medfield, is awesome inside, ugly outside (video)

It had long been coming but Intel has finally given the world its first Medfield smartphone in the form of Lenovo’s K800 and boy are we impressed. Sporting a huge 4.5 inch display and cracking up 720p videos, apart from a strong spec list (detailed below), the phone would have been a super-hit if only … Continue reading “CES 2012: Lenovo launches K800 with Intel Medfield, is awesome inside, ugly outside (video)”

Head-to-head: iOS 5 vs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich vs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango

So there we are, looking at three newly reformed OSes, two of which have already had some playing time while one of them is yet to enter the field. Its a battle between Apple, Google and Microsoft. Who’s is the best? iOS 5 Apple launched the final version of iOS 5 earlier this month on October … Continue reading “Head-to-head: iOS 5 vs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich vs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango”

Staying Ahead of the E-Curve

Today’s Phone, Tomorrow’s History Photo Credit: LGEPR Did you buy the iPhone 4 a month ago only to find out Apple had plans to release the iPhone 4S a week later? With the constant changing and upgrading of electronics in today’s market, it’s not just difficult to keep up with the most up-to-date products; it’s … Continue reading “Staying Ahead of the E-Curve”

Motorola DROID HD (RAZR / Spyder) specs leak, claim to be ‘faster than the iPhone 4S’

Ahead of Verizon Wireless and Motorola’s upcoming event next week, which is dangerously scheduled just 7 hours before Samsung and Google’s Unpacked (where they’ll launch the Nexus Prime and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich) BGR has got the dope on the upcoming Motorola DROID HD (RAZR/Spyder) specs – a device which is expected to launch in the … Continue reading “Motorola DROID HD (RAZR / Spyder) specs leak, claim to be ‘faster than the iPhone 4S’”

Microsoft launches HTC Radar, Samsung Omnia W and Acer Allegro Windows Phone ‘Mango’ devices in India, wants some love

Microsoft has, now, officially released its first Windows Phone devices in India and the first three to arrive will all run on the company’s new Windows Phone 7.5 ‘Mango‘ OS. The three devices in question are HTC Radar, Samsung Omnia W and Acer Allegro, and the company believes the trio is good enough to eat into … Continue reading “Microsoft launches HTC Radar, Samsung Omnia W and Acer Allegro Windows Phone ‘Mango’ devices in India, wants some love”

Why the iPhone will never have a screen larger than 3.5 inches

With the influx of many bigger smartphones in the market, like the Samsung Galaxy S II, Samsung Nexus S, HTC HD7, etc, several analysts and consumers alike have called for Apple to make an iPhone bigger than the current 3.5 inch dimension it sports in order to keep up with the competition. But Apple have refrained … Continue reading “Why the iPhone will never have a screen larger than 3.5 inches”

Samsung to launch 3 new Bada OS 2.0 smartphones in India next month

Samsung have confirmed they will be launching 3 new smartphones in India next month that will run on the latest version of their proprietary OS, Bada 2.0. The three new devices are identified to be the Wave 3, Wave M and Wave Y which Samsung officially announced at the end of last month. Samsung has been … Continue reading “Samsung to launch 3 new Bada OS 2.0 smartphones in India next month”

Windows Phone ‘Mango’ coming as early as this Thursday (September 15)?

We’ve all been waiting for Microsoft to launch their next-gen OS, Windows Phone 7.1/7.5 Mango ever since we first heard about it back in May. Since then, the operating system has been progressing really well, being released to manufacturing (RTM) some time back. And now, some reports are suggesting that Mango could be within our … Continue reading “Windows Phone ‘Mango’ coming as early as this Thursday (September 15)?”

HTC to hold special September 20 event, to unveil new phones?

HTC has sent an invite for a special event on September 20, carousing everyone to “Come celebrate in Style” what could possibly be a first official look at some (4?) new phones the handset manufacturer has been working on. So, what’s on the agenda? The Bliss? The Holiday? The Vigor? The Amaze? As always, we’ll try our best to … Continue reading “HTC to hold special September 20 event, to unveil new phones?”

AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint to bring Samsung Galaxy S II to the U.S this fall

The world’s thinnest 4G smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S II, is headed to the U.S this fall (finally) and will be available via major carriers AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint (NO Verizon). Samsung’s major iPhone-competitor has been a super hit in Korea and Europe, roping in millions already for the Japanese smartphone-maker. The S II’s specs, coupled … Continue reading “AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint to bring Samsung Galaxy S II to the U.S this fall”