Google’s Android Silver programme was originally reported as an effort to bring the stock Android experience to high end smartphones. It was intended to be more inclusive of OEMs and allow the company to properly deliver what they think people should be getting out of the operating system. However, it appears that the programme has now been indefinitely shelved.
Google may have just given its Play Store an interface overhaul just a couple of months ago but it looks like you can expect more changes to come your way soon. Android Police has gotten their hands on some Google Play Store version 5.0 update showing off a slightly redesigned interface with a more “materialized” content listing.
Little known British electronics manufacturer My Go appears to be preparing to launch its own Windows Phone based smartphone. This news comes from a leak of the product page that was supposed to be internal use only. It may not be the next big thing to arrive on the market, but the information found in the specifications and product pictures could provide some insight into the future of Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system.
Last week, Oppo shared a teaser on their Malaysia Facebook page featuring a picture of an old-school phone with a rotary dial. The teaser that reads, “This was the phone. Time to turn things around in October”, is believed to be the next generation camera-centric N series smartphone from the company – the Oppo N3.
GSMArena seems to have gotten their hands on a set of images believed to be press pictures of the Oppo N3. It features a brand new design that honestly, looks pretty weird to us but worry not, you’ll still get a rotating camera similar to the Oppo N1, so you can take high resolution and perfect selfies easily.
A leaked front panel bearing the Microsoft name have appeared on the internet. We could be inclined to believe that this is the real deal after news of the Nokia brand being dropped appeared yesterday. First published by French website NowhereElse, the images appear to show a large glass panel that may slightly resemble the one found on the Lumia line of smartphones.
Geek On Gadgets has revealed the contents of a confidential internal document from Microsoft concerning the future of Nokia and Windows Phone. It would appear that the Microsoft Mobile division is slowly moving away from the two brands, with the Lumia 830 and 730 being the last two smartphones to carry the Nokia name.
Judging from the amount of news for the past few weeks, you might have realized that September is the month of new smartphones. For example, the second generation Motorola Moto G was just announced last week and BlackBerry will also be launching its next model, the BlackBerry Passport later this month.
Guess what: both of them should be available in Malaysia as they have been listed in SIRIM’s database yesterday.
Only about 30 over hours more to go before Apple’s big event (10 September 2014 at 1am to be precise), the Cupertino company is expected to announce its next generation iPhones that are bigger and better than before, but what exactly will they pack in the iPhone 6? Here’s everything we know so far.
You’ve seen the press shots of the unannounced Sony Xperia Z3 Compact, now, make way for its larger sibling – the Xperia Z3. Pictures claiming to be press image of the next flagship smartphone from Sony have recently made their way to the internet, showing off the device in brand new colour options. The pictures also shows off a wearable device with an e-ink display.
The rumour mill for the Cupertino tech giant’s latest iteration of the iPhone line only gets bigger as Apple’s 9th of September event approaches. We have been getting leaks for the past few months, including the iPhone 6′s logic board and even the retail packaging. Granted, there are videos of the iPhone 6′s screen, but they were all just stills and written information, until it was leaked by a Russian Youtuber.