Earlier today, Jason Mackenzie, the President of HTC America, officially revealed on Twitter that HTC’s flagship smartphone will not meet its self-imposed 90-day deadline for its much-anticipated Android 4.4 KitKat update to touch down in the U.S. and Canada. However, according to Mackenize, it shouldn’t take more than a couple of weeks for the HTC One updates to be complete.
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Samsung unveiled its former flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, back in March, 2013, and a month after its announcement the handset was available in the U.K. from several retailers for £599.99. However, if you haven’t had the opportunity or the wherewithal to pick one up before now, it may be of interest to you to know that the popular online retailer, Isme, is currently offering the device with a £60 discount.
Sony unveiled the Xperia Z1 Compact, which is a scaled-down variant of its current flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z1, at the Consumer Electronics Show two weeks ago in Las Vegas, and although we can’t actually get our hands on the device just yet here in the United Kingdom, the U.K.-based online retailer, Clove Technology, slashed £30 off the Z1 Compact’s original pre-order price today — meaning you’ll be able to grab Sony’s latest Android smartphone for £399.
Rumors, photos and specifications have been swirling around the web for a while now advocating that Samsung is in the midst of producing a scaled-down variant of its Galaxy Note 3. Although Samsung still has not officially announced the Galaxy Note 3 Neo, the South Korean company did today confirm its existence when it issued a short statement disclosing that the device would not be making an appearance in the U.K. Unfortunately, no further details were provided.
Samsung unveiled its largest Galaxy variant, the Galaxy Mega 6.3, back in April, 2013, and two months later the device was available to purchase in the United Kingdom from several independent retailers for £449. However, if you haven’t had the opportunity or the wherewithal to pick one up before now, it might be of interest for you to know that Amazon U.K. is now offering the phablet for £299.99.
EE has today announced that it is bringing the LG G Flex to the United Kingdom this Friday, December 20. The device will be available exclusively through select EE stores, but you won’t actually be able to buy it until February.
Yesterday, Google officially announced that its latest ASUS produced flagship tablet, the Nexus 7, is now available in white for residents in the United States. The team at Mountain View also added that the new color is on its way to Japan and the U.K.
Samsung unveiled the scaled-down variant of its former flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, back in May, 2013, and two months later the handset was available to purchase in the U.K. from several retailers with a £399.99 price tag. However, if you would like the Galaxy S4 mini but haven’t had the time, the opportunity or the wherewithal to pick one up before now, it may be of interest to you to know that the popular online retailer, Very, is currently offering the device with a £30 discount.
Today, the popular British operator, Three U.K, officially launched its “super-fast” 4G service in three cities across the United Kingdom without warning. The carrier claims that “a few thousand” customers in London, Birmingham and Manchester have been given access to its new LTE network and by the end of February 1.5 million customers with 4G-enabled devices will have the ability to use the service.
EE, the U.K.’s largest 4G network, has officially extended its rapidly-growing home and office LTE broadband to cover parts of rural Cumbria in the United Kingdom. The operator claims that this latest expansion means that its service now covers more than 70% of the U.K’s entire population.