As part of a security measure following a leak of its user’s photos, Snapchat has removed third party Snapchat apps from the Windows Phone store. As the company does not have an official version of its app for Windows Phone, users will be left without a Snapchat app for the time being.
Now that we know that Android 5.0.1 is in the works – the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge are rumoured to be updated to Android 5.0.1 directly, how will the latest Android version look on an HTC One (M8) with Sense 6.0 on board? LlabTooFeR has got some screenshots and videos to show us just that.
If you’re filthy rich, why settle for a regular phone from Apple, Samsung or other phone makers, when there are luxury brands like Gresso around? Luxury phone maker Gresso recently announced the Gresso Regal, a smartphone that is made out of titanium and optional 18 karat gold.
ZTE may have just launched an affordable mid-range smartphone, the ZTE Star 1, in Malaysia just about 2 months ago, but it looks like the company already has a successor to that device. The Chinese company just took the curtains off the ZTE Star 2 that packs much better hardware than the Star 1, however, what makes it stand out isn’t in the specs department – it is a fully voice-controlled device.
If the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with a 5.7-inch display is categorised as a phablet, where would the BLU Studio 7.0 that has a huge 7-inch display fall under? BLU markets its latest Android smartphone the “world’s first 7-inch smartphone”, a claim that will surely raise a few eyebrows.
Now that Samsung has rolled out the Android 5.0 Lollipop update to its Galaxy S5, we can expect its other flagship smartphones – the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge, to follow suit. However, it looks like Samsung will be skipping version 5.0 and roll up the Android 5.0.1 update to these devices instead.
Samsung may have said that they want to reduce their smartphone portfolio, but the company is still busy working on new devices. Not too long ago, the Korean company unveiled a brand new Galaxy A series of smartphone, the Galaxy A3 and A5, and now, it looks like they are working on an E series as well.
To be frank, this device is long time coming. It was first introduced to the world back in February during Mobile World Congress and BlackBerry has even published a number of preview through its official blog. Not to forget, consumers in selected region were even able to pre-order the device prior to today’s announcement.
So, here it is: the new BlackBerry Classic, formerly known as the BlackBerry Q20.