Samsung unveiled its scaled-down portable Galaxy Tab 3 variant, the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, back in April, 2013, and three months later the device was available to purchase in the U.K. from several retailers for £179. However, if you haven’t had the opportunity or the wherewithal to pick one up before now, this may be just what you have been waiting for, Very, part of the Shop Direct Group, is currently offering the device with a £40 discount.
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EE, U.K.’s current largest 4G network, has once again expanded its rapidly-growing LTE service to cover another 10 towns across the United Kingdom. This expansion was announced in a press release on the operators website where EE claims its 4G service now covers more than 65% of the U.K’s population.
Update: Users that have already installed the bug infested 4.3 update should shortly receive a small patch upgrade via Samsung Kies.
Samsung is in the process of pushing out an over-the-air (OTA) update to all unlocked Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S III models located in Europe. This upgrade brings Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and a newer version of the TouchWiz user interface to these devices, in addition to a truckload of bug fixes and stability improvements.
Virgin Media has today uploaded its official TV Anywhere Android application to the Google Play Store, so Virgin Media TiVo subscribers in the U.K. will now be able to watch live television or recorded programs on their Android devices, anytime, anyplace, anywhere! In order to download and install the application, you need to have a non-rooted phone or tablet running Android 2.3 through to Android 4.3. Strangely, there is no support for 4.4 KitKat at this time.
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.
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.
Today, two popular British carriers O2 and Vodafone have officially launched their much-anticipated 4G LTE services in the U.K., at last bringing an end to EE’s effective monopolization. O2 4G is accessible in London, Leeds and Bradford, whilst Vodafone LTE is confined to just London at present.
Following its launch in the U.S. a couple of months ago, Wikipad has today published a press release stating that its new 7-inch gaming tablet will finally be available to purchase in the U.K. from September 27, for £249.99.
We have started to receiving pricing information and availability for Samsung’s Android-powered 4G LTE/Wi-Fi enabled mirrorless camera. British camera retailers, Jessops and Wex Photographic, are both listing the Galaxy NX with a whopping £1299.99 price tag.