HTC earlier today has announced the latest addition to its smartphone family in the form of HTC Desire 510. As indicated by its name, the new smartphone is made for the mid-range market.
In such crowded field, every device needs a pulling power. For Desire 510, that would be its LTE connectivity. In fact, HTC claims that the Desire 510 is its most affordable LTE smartphone to date…but without revealing the actual price.
For the longest time free Spotify users on Android and iOS were able to use the music streaming service on mobile devices, albeit with some limitations. This option is now extended to Windows Phone users, who until yesterday could only access the service on a mobile if they had a premium subscription.
The Pokemon company has announced the existence of the Pokemon fighting game that many fans have been waiting for. Built on a fighting style similar to Tekken, courtesy of a partnership with Bandai-Namco, the game is apparently being named Pokken Tournament. Just in case players aren’t aware of the link between the two games.
As you might have heard, a smartphone manufacturer from China called Vivo has made a move into Malaysia earlier this year. However, if you encounter difficulties in obtaining a Vivo smartphone from physical stores, we have a good news for you then: Vivo smartphones are now available over at Storekini.
LG has been getting busy these few days as the company has just announced that it will launch two of their new entry level phones - the LG L Bello and the LG L Fino at IFA 2014 in Berlin. On top of that, the company just released a teaser of its new circular smartwatch.
Backtrack a few weeks, LG had mistakenly uploaded a promo video of LG G3 Beat which happens to feature a glimpse of an unannounced phablet called the LG G3 Stylus. Unsurprisingly, the company has just made the phablet official, and will be debuting it at IFA 2014.
Any LINE Rangers player out there? In case you missed the notice, LINE has been giving away free Rubies (the virtual currency that is used in the popular tower defence game) since yesterday to celebrate the game’s latest achievement of 20 million downloads. Given the fact that the game has only been out for month, it is indeed an impressive milestone.
Gaming peripheral maker Razer has come up with a way for gamers to keep track of all those enticing discounts on the internet. Called the Razer Cortex, it is a desktop application that tracks and compares the prices of games across several different online stores. It may also include Razer’s Game Booster as part of the package as well, but that isn’t as much fun as always knowing the cheapest place to get games.