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Samsung launches Galaxy Note II in India and Germany

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Note II in India and Germany. In India the phone is being priced at ₹39,990 (around $750) whereas in Germany the phone will be sold for €699. In case you’re not aware of this device, the Galaxy Note II is an updated version of last year’s Galaxy Note and is basically a stretched Galaxy S III. It has a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, up from 5.3-inch... 

Here’s where you can use the iPhone 5 ‘ultrafast LTE’

While our friends across the Atlantic have been basking in the full shine of fast LTE wireless network connectivity, here in Europe the adoption rate has been… well, let’s just say, less than stellar. But fast or not, LTE adoption in Europe is happening. It’s the 4G we’ve all been waiting and now that the mobile hardware has matured enough, Apple is finally confident enough... 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 preview

Introduction Taking a second to think can result in second thoughts. In the Galaxy 10.1 Note’s case it resulted in a second pair of CPU cores and double the RAM – a lethal combination, which only a select few of its foes dare stand against. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 official photos This is in case you wondering why you’re a reading another preview of a tablet that should’ve... 

Apple took 77% of the smartphone industry profits last quarter

The numbers are in and once again it has been a stunning quarter for Apple. The Cupertino based company managed to reap in nearly 77 percent of the operating profits from the smartphone industry in the second fiscal quarter. These figures are amazing because Apple only contributed to 6 percent of the industry’s smartphones and tablets that were shipped last quarter and it was also supposed... 
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Apple removes YouTube app from iOS 6 due to licensing issues

Those who downloaded the latest iOS 6 beta 4 yesterday were in for a bit of a surprise when they found out the YouTube app was no longer part of the OS. Turns out, Apple will no longer be including the YouTube player app in iOS 6 because their license has expired. However, those using iOS 5 and older versions can continue to use this application as long as they don’t upgrade to iOS 6. Apple... 
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Samsung officially announces the Galaxy Note 10.1

After sending out a pretty obvious invite about its special event on August 15, Samsung has just officially announced the Galaxy Note 10.1. This is the second appearance of the Galaxy Note 10.1 after it was returned to the R&D center for a specs update and now the tablet is as ready for action as it could be. It comes with Samsung’s very own Exynos 4412 chipset with a quad-core 1.4GHz... 

Nokia Asha 305 review

Introduction The Nokia Asha 305 is easily one of the cheapest phones with two SIMs and a touchscreen, the closest Android being almost twice as expensive. Price may be the biggest advantage this phone has over the competition but you’d better be prepared for more than a few surprises. Nokia Asha 305 official photos With the new Asha touch interface, an updated browser and access to the Nokia... 

BLU announces the VIVO 4.3 dual-core, dual-SIM smartphone

Following the (large) footsteps of the Studio 5.3 Android smartphone BLU Products announced the VIVO 4.3. The Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone offers dual-core, dual-SIM functionality, to go with good looks and low price tag. The BLU VIVO 4.3 features a dual-core Cortex-A9 CPU and MediaTek MT6577 chipset. The GPU is PowerVR SGX531. There’s a gig of RAM and 4GB of built-in memory which... 
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LG Optimus L3 Dual now available for €120

Indian online retailer flipkart.com has put up for sale the LG Optimus L3 E405 for 8299 INR, or €120. The L3 features a 3MP camera, 800 MHz processor, 384MB of RAM, and 1 GB of internal memory all running on a 1500 mAh battery. The OS will be Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and we doubt it will be getting an ICS update. The dual-SIM variant of the L3 is virtually identical to its single-SIM predecessor,... 
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AT&T HTC One X gets updated to Android 4.0.4

The AT&T version of the HTC One X is getting a new software update today that changes the software number to 2.20.502.7 and the Android version number to 4.0.4. As of now, only one notable change is known that is brought about by this update and that is the change in behavior of the Recent Apps key on the phone. You may be aware of the annoying problem on the HTC One X and the One S where,... 
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