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
Samsung Electronics publicly stated that its effort to break the tablet market has greatly been a fail, along with one executive presenting a sobering report about its performance at at Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, Spain.
“Honestly, we’re not doing very well in the tablet market,” according to Hankil Yoon, Samsung product strategy executive.
That is about as frank an announcement as it gets coming from any executive at the Mobile World Congress trade exhibition this week.
Samsung has not met targets in its tablet pc business is not a big surprise; Samsung lags well behind the . . . → Read More: Samsung – Failure in Tablet PC Market
Microsoft presented customers their 1st chance to get and fiddle around with the Microsoft’s new Windows 8 os. It is only in “preview”, which implies it is probably ridden with bugs and has no customer support yet. However it allows testers a look at how Microsoft sees the modern computing and beyond.
Windows 8 is extremely distinct from the numerous os’s Microsoft has released since 1995. In several ways, Windows 8 signifies much more of change for the company along with the pc than the older OS like Windows 95 did.
“We live in . . . → Read More: Windows 8 Preview Released
The TouchPad didn’t actually obtain too many optimistic praises right out the gate, but that’s not stopping the corporation from initiating some latest editions of the device over the next few months. HP is going to release a 64 GB white TouchPad in August through an updated processor clocked in at 1.5 GHz versus the available TouchPad with a 1.2 GHz chip. HP will also release a TouchPad that can link to AT&T’s HSPA+ network, and in all probability it will be tagged a “4G” product additionally to a white alternative. Where things get actually exciting is the fall . . . → Read More: Rumors say HP will be Releasing a Developed Version of TouchPad