Back in January, HTC introduced the Desire 310 as a brand new ultra-affordable dual-SIM smartphone marked for Europe, however, the Taiwanese company failed to provide any pricing or availability information before now. Earlier today, the Happy Telephone Company announced that the handset will launch in Austria, Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands on April 10 for prices ranging from €150 to €170.
All items tagged with "Smartphone"
LG officially introduces us to its latest affordable mid-range Android-powered smartphone, the L90. Unfortunately, the South Korean company did not provide any information with regards to pricing and availability, but a recent leak suggests that the handset will be heading to Asia and Europe in just under a month with dual-SIM capabilities.
It’s time to start viewing the world around you through a whole new lens… and Cult of Android Deals has an offer that will help you do just that.
The TOCCs Smartphone Hi-Def Magnetic Lens Kit is perfect for adding an new artistic view to your photos. Your stock smartphone camera barely gets the job done, but you can exceed your expectations and take beautiful pictures that are full of life and really capture the moment with these lenses – and all for the low price of just $19.99!
Following a successful launch in India earlier this week, Samsung has announced that the scaled-down variant of its flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 3 Neo, is now available to purchase in its home market. However, unlike the other Neo variants, this Korean exclusive model sports the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset.
CPU-Z made its debut appearance on the Google Play Store back in 2013 and has been recognized as the most reliable, fluid, user-friendly, streamlined, diverse and feature-packed third-party system analysis tool ever since. So, consequently, we here at Cult of Android have decided to bring this application its very own review as part of our weekly ‘App Of The Week’ segment.
LG has officially announced that its first curved self-healing smartphone, the G Flex, will be available to purchase from Rogers’ on-line shop or in any of bricks-and-mortar stores located in Canada starting this Spring. The press release also includes a statement from the operator notifying potential customers that the handset will deliver its exclusive ‘full-speed LTE connection’ – which utilizes both the 2100 and 2600MHz spectrum for data speeds of up to 150mbps.
The popular Indian consumer electronics company, Micromax, has officially launched its latest low-end Android powered smartphone, the Canvas Power A96, in India, where it’s currently available to purchase from the manufacturer’s online store for ₹9900 ($160).
Last week we saw LG unveil the Optimus L1 II Tri, a triple SIM, low-end ultra-affordable smartphone that hit the shelves in many independent retail stores in Brazil for $127 off-contract. Samsung has responded by unveiling the Galaxy Star Trios — a rival triple SIM smartphone designed exclusively to compete with the L1 II Tri in Brazil.
The Sprint MVNO operator, Ting, has just announced that it is now selling the Nexus 5 on its own website, but, strangely, it doesn’t want to you to buy it from its online store. Instead the carrier would prefer if you went to Google itself and purchased it directly from the Play Store for $349 and, then, popped a $10 pre-paid Ting SIM card into the handset upon its arrival.
Lenovo has increased it mid-range line up by introducing the A628T, which is effectively scaled-down variant of its 2013 flagship smartphone, the A850. According to the Chinese multinational company, the handset will launch just in time for Valentine’s Day anodized in a ‘glossy red’ colorway and will be a China Mobile exclusive.