Three has now confirmed pricing and availability of the brand new Honor 6 Plus smartphone, available exclusively on its network in the UK.
Last September, I wrote that Sony Mobile was seeking to stop releasing a new handset every six months in favour of an annual release schedule, but with the mention that it still needed something as a go-between to bridge the gap from the current Z3.
Following the teaser video that shows off the LG G4’s new camera, the company has now given more information about the updated user interface – LG’s UX 4.0.
EE has overcome a number of (external) issues to launch Wi-Fi calling just in time for the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 edge.
Vodafone is now offering customers a whopping 25GB data allowance on new 12 and 24-month handset contracts, along with free calls from Europe back to the UK.
EE has today announced an exciting new way to keep its smartphones users topped up, with a Power Bar portable charger available (virtually) free of charge for its customers.
This morning, BT finally got back into the mobile game with the (re) launch of BT Mobile, this time as an MVNO for EE – a company BT is in the process of acquiring, subject to regulatory approval. It has been teased on forums and social media for some weeks that… [Click for more]
After a release of the 4G version of Motorola’s second generation Moto G in some markets late last year, the company has today announced its UK release. £159 gets you the Moto G 4G (2nd Gen) and it’s on sale now via the Motorola website, and from next week (week commencing… [Click for more]
Besides the awesome Moto G family, Motorola last year introduced an even cheaper entry-level model, the Moto E. And today comes the even faster and more impressive successor.
At 3pm UK time, Pebble unveiled its new smartwatch, called Pebble Time, and the company has returned to Kickstarter to attract investors in the watch that is due to go into full scale production in time for a May release.
The Verge has today reported that Pebble shipped its one millionth Pebble at the end of 2014, as well as revealing plans to launch new watches in 2015. This is great news, as hearing very little from Pebble for some time had me wondering if all was well at the company.
EE’s announcement of 7.7 million 4G customers is impressive, but even more impressive is the news that 4G data grew massively in 2014 compared to the year before.
One thing I never liked about the Xperia Z2 was the, frankly, awful sound if you were recording a video in a noisy environment – such as a gig. But the Z3 and Z3 Compact came along with a new option to set the microphone gain, and now with the pending update… [Click for more]
They say all good things come to an end, and users on Three’s One Plan will soon be told it’s game over, marking an end to the unlimited tethering facility that was exceptional value for money, but arguably totally unsustainable.
A crowd-sourced survey conducted by OpenSignal in conjunction with Which?, today reveals the current state of the UK mobile phone network. Based on over 67 million data readings provided by users running the OpenSignal app on their Android or iOS device, the survey also shows that in the last year… [Click for more]
A year ago, Tesco entered the arena with its own brand tablet, the Hudl. Unlike other low-cost Android tablets, the Hudl had one big difference: it was good. Good enough to come top in a group test of budget tablets that I wrote last year. And now it is ready to launch its second device,… [Click for more]
A new flagship every six months? Par for the course for Sony Mobile, but it seems that might be about to change in 2015.