Samsung is known to pre-load a lot of applications a.k.a bloatware on its Galaxy devices. When the Galaxy S4 was unveiled last year, the company received a lot of flak because its bundled applications left only about 9GB of free internal storage space on the 16GB variant.
This year, things have actually gotten worse as the 16GB Galaxy S5 only comes with 8GB of free internal storage space out-of-the-box.
Adobe has overhauled its Photoshop Express app for Android to deliver a “streamlined” user experience, a faster imaging engine, and new features. The update also brings support for devices running Google latest Android 4.4 KitKat operating system.
Dutch consumers may be feeling a little left out of the Black Friday festivities, but to get them in the holiday spirit, Samsung will be offering a €125 mail-in rebate on its flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 3, this Saturday, November 30, 2013. In addition, customers will also receive a free Samsung-branded 64GB microSD card worth €99.99, which can be used to expand the devices internal storage space.
HTC has today announced that it is bringing a new HTC One variant to the U.K. with dual-SIM functionality and a microSD card slot. The device will allow users to manage two numbers simultaneously and expand their internal storage by up to 64GB.
HTC has finally announced the One max, its new flagship phablet that hopes to compete with the Galaxy Note 3 and other super-sized smartphones. As expected, the device boasts a 5.9-inch 1080p display, a speedy Snapdragon 600 processor, and a fingerprint scanner.
HTC has gradually rolled out a number of devices with its latest Sense 5 user interface following its debut on the flagship HTC One back in March — and today the Taiwanese company presented fans with a budget-friendly option in the Desire 300, a 4.3-inch device that will make its debut in Europe this October.
We’ve seen the HTC One Max, HTC’s upcoming phablet, a number of times in recent months, and the last leaked images suggested it may come equipped with a fingerprint scanner on its back. Now that’s been all but confirmed in the latest snaps, which clearly show where the sensor will be situated and other exciting features.
A leaked user manual for the upcoming LG G2 confirms that it will be one of just a few Android-powered devices that support the nano-SIM. It also appears to debunk the reports that have suggested the handset will feature a fingerprint scanner.
A Chinese variant of the upcoming HTC One Max has been snapped, showing the device looking very similar to the current HTC One. However, the Max does have some clear differences; one of which being the 5.9-inch display.
Windows Phone has been struggling to catch up to Android and iOS ever since its release, and most would blame the platform’s lack of apps and Microsoft’s leisurely approach to adopting the latest technologies. And it’s not just consumers that are becoming frustrated with the situation.
Even Nokia, Microsoft’s biggest Windows Phone partner, wants the software giant to get a move on and make the mobile platform more of a priority.