Yesterday, our colleagues from Engadget Mobile made echo of an interesting news which had flown like wildfire by major Chinese media, which is that Meizu and Nokia could collaborate in the development of a new version of the Meizu MX4. Continue reading Meizu Belies His Possible Collaboration with Nokia
Google Apps is Google solution for businesses and professionals who want to use the company’s services in the cloud (Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs…) within its own domain and with advanced security options. ElEconomista.es has published today that Vodafone will start selling Google Apps in Spain. Continue reading Vodafone Joins Forces with Google to Sell Google Apps Suite
Yesterday we unveiled the Engadget Awards 2014 the best products of the year Thanks to the votes of the members of the jury and our community of readers, being Android the big winner in this edition of our awards. Continue reading Android, The Grand Winner of The Prizes Engadget 2014
The new “Mini” available range from 2 may will offer a series of basic smartphones with any of their Base or network fees by three euros per month which will involve a total payment of 87,12 euros by these new terminals. Continue reading Vodafone Launches a New Range of Basic Smartphones by Three Euros Per Month
Surely more than one upon receipt of invoices from your operator have needed time to examine it and above all understand it. Do-nothing breakouts, services with unrecognizable names and other problems are common and it seems that in Vodafone they are aware of this and therefore launch a interactive demo its customers are to understand your Bill. Continue reading Vodafone Launches an Interactive Demo to Better Understand Their Bills
The Smartwatches hold their own against the market. The big manufacturers bring between again and again new models on the shelves, which should complement the functionality of your smartphones meaningfully. Huawei itself has only released a watch, which runs with the operating system Android Wear. Now, however, various sources report that in China, the Tizen system from Samsung is now ready. Continue reading Huawei Wants to Use Tizen Instead of Android Wear
The interest in the new Samsung flagship Galaxy S7 and S7 edge is great. So big, that there are more pre-orders than the responsible persons at Samsung expected. But can the S7 build on the success of its predecessors? Continue reading Galaxy S7: How Successful Is the Flagship Launch?
When updating our blacklist, the mobile phone maker involuntarily always help us with new content. Nokia, Sony Ericsson or Motorola: all wolves, even for supposed top devices. Continue reading Better Leave
Presented at the IFA in September 2016, these Sony headphones appeared to be promising, full of functions to make life easier and to be isolated in music, but without… Continue reading Gadget – Sony MDR-1000X
The firm Xiaomi -now my dry – it has grown like the foam from its first steps, and is to launch after launch only been as it harvested success after success.
Its great asset has been the for placing on the market devices with high quality in its design and construction, but that they also had very attractive prices thanks to a solvent hardware but contained costs, for what its agreement with MediaTek ensured affordable and successful chipsets. Continue reading Xiaomi Could Be Valuing Leaving MediaTek Hardware
Conclusion Of The 12.09.2017
The Galaxy win grade 8 in our test: it is Samsung’s currently biggest and costliest with 999 euro best smartphone. There remain the mass compared to the Galaxy S8 plus and iPhone 7 plus moderate. A real highlight is the beautiful, borderless display and the dual lens camera with 2 x zoom. Well, we like also the new S-pen functions. The internal memory Samsung can show generous given the price. Too bad also that to mark start still Android 7 and not the new Android runs 8 Oreo on the device. Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Touch 8 (Mobile)