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.
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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.
Back in August, HTC announced the Desire 500 as a variant to its former flagship Android-powered smartphone, the HTC Desire, and now Carphone Warehouse have launched the mid-range handset in the U.K.
Yesterday, the Dixons Group, officially announced Advent’s first budget-friendly Tegra 4 powered tablet, the Tegra Note, which will ship running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean when it launches in the United Kingdom on November 15 and can be pre-ordered today with a rather competitive price tag of £179.99.
HTC has begun rolling out its latest Android 4.3 update — complete with the latest Sense 5.5 user interface — to HTC One handsets in the United Kingdom. The release comes less than two weeks after the update made its debut on international handsets.
The popular U.K. online retailer, Zavvi, has officially listed Google’s first media streaming dongle, the Chromecast, on its website with a price tag or £39.99 (approx. $63), which is a bit more than it retails for in the States, but that does include postage and packaging.
Samsung has officially taken the wraps of the updated version of its affordable mid-range Galaxy Express Android-powered smartphone that launched in the U.K. earlier this year. As from today, residents in the U.K. will be able to pick up the Galaxy Express 2 on any of Vodafone’s pay monthly or PAYG tariffs, starting at £33 per month.
Two weeks ago, Amazon U.S. officially announced that it has started shipping Google’s latest handset-to-TV dongle, the Chromecast, to the U.K. and Australia, and now reports are flying in suggesting that the team at Mountain View have made the official Chromecast for Android app available to download internationally.