LG’s Optimus F5 will finally hit the market after it was unveiled in the 2013 Mobile World Congress.
The new smartphone of LG will start in the Europe market on April 29. It will also be introduced on Monday in France. After the release in Europe, other continents such as Asia, India, South and Central America will also follow after a few weeks.
LG boasts the smartphone’s enhanced UI experience and their very own advanced LTE technology. LG also extended the battery life without sacrificing the size with its 2,150mAh. And just like any . . . → Read More: LG Optimus F5 Hits Market Starting in Europe on April 29
T-Mobile, one of the biggest wireless network provider in the US, is now marketing the popular iPhone 5 not in a common contract way but in something new that might appeal a lot of users.
The wireless network provider is now promoting the latest iPhone 5 without having to tie up or have a contract with them but to pay $579.33 upfront. This is something new to wireless providers and T-Mobile opened a new strategy that might attract or get back the costumers that they have lost over the year.
Costumers who passed the . . . → Read More: T-Mobile Promotes iPhone 5 without Agreement
Samsung has finally released their latest Galaxy S4. One of the great features that it has is the front and rear camera which can be used simultaneously.
The South Korea-based company launched the smartphone in an event in Thursday at the Radio City Music Hall in New York. It was broadcasted live in the New York Times Square so people could watch the event.
One of the key features that they focused on is the front and rear facing cameras that Samsung said can be used at the same time. While a user is in a video call, . . . → Read More: Samsung Galaxy S4s Front and Rear Camera can be used Simultaneously
Samsung, the South Korean electronics giant, is allegedly setting up to sue Apple over its newest iPhone, expecting it to have 4G LTE connectivity patents which Samsung is claiming to be their property.
According to the company, Apple has infringed their patent for fourth generation long-term evolution or better known as 4G LTE connectivity, which is suspected to be featured in the rumored latest iPhone 5.
On Monday, reports say that Samsung has made up their minds and take legal action immediately against the Cupertino-based company Apple, with countries in Europe and even U.S. as their major targets.
The decision . . . → Read More: Apple to be sued for 4G LTE in new iPhone, Samsung
On Wednesday, LG has declared their 4G LTE smartphones international sales have increase to five million units, way up from three million units last May.
LG, a South Korean vendor currently is offering LTE smartphones in over ten countries. It is planning to double its aim by the end of this year. The Optimus LTE of the company is its most famous handset, with sales amounting to two million units. On the other hand, the Optimus Vu smartphone-tablet hybrid has sales of over 500,000 units since March, as well as the Optimus LTE II in May.
According to a statement . . . → Read More: LG’s LTE smartphones to sell up 5 million units
Samsung has announced on Thursday that it has sold Galaxy S III smartphones for more than ten million units already. In addition to this, the devices will soon be able to support VoLTE or Voice over Long-Term Evolution technology. In August, it will be available in Korea and sooner in other markets all over the globe.
The technology is using an IP packet-based service for voice and data as well. This allows it to launch new multimedia services like switching a voice call into a video call. The company remarked that the technology will be more proficient for the networks’ . . . → Read More: VoLTE-enabled Galaxy S-III to be launched, Samsung