Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could have flexi-screen

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could have flexi-screen
Although the design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 mobile is still unclear, reports now suggest that are three different options for the company to pick from.The Korean firm is thought to be considering various ideas of a Samsung Galaxy S4 look-a-like, a completely brand-new design or a flexi-screen variant, according to SamMobile.There have been numerous rumours surrounding the flexible-display idea and how they…

iPhone 5S may launch in July

iPhone 5S may launch in July
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is edging closer and so details and rumours about what the mobile phone company may be bringing next are also escalating.The event in June has created numerous rumours about the upcoming Apple iPhone 5S with many sources indicating that it could make its debut appearance at the WWDC.Industry sources had already tipped the new iPhone model to be ready for…

Samsung closes the divide between mobiles and PCs

Samsung closes the divide between mobiles and PCs
Samsung has announced that it will be producing a mighty 4GB LPDDR3 mobile DRAM to further close the gap between mobile phones and computers.It will be the world's first device doubling the company's previous 2GB LPDDR3 mobile RAM which was seen in the Samsung Galaxy S4 released last month.The chip will give the device memory similar to that a desktop computer and not only double…

Blackberry Boss promises big orders of Q10

Blackberry Boss promises big orders of Q10
The chief executive at Blackberry has been less than modest in announcing that demand for the new Blackberry Z10 mobile phone will be massive.Thorsten Heins has told Bloomberg that he expects the new handset to sell "tens of millions".If the boss' estimations are to be fulfilled it would make the the keyboard-integrated Blackberry Q10 outsell the touchscreen-only Z10 several times over.The Z10 has sold over…

Smartphones finally conquer mobile phones

Smartphones finally conquer mobile phones
It has taken six years since the first iPhone and 14 since the first Blackberry email pager but smartphones have eventually become more popular than mobile phones.Smartphones have sold 216.2 million devices in the first quarter of this year compared to 202.4 million of other mobile handsets according to the IDC report.This meant smartphones now account for 51.6 per cent of the mobile phone market.…

Acer reveals details on Liquid E2

Acer reveals details on Liquid E2
Android is continuing to unveil its devices and the latest mobile phone could start hitting some countries in May.Although the Liquid E2 has similar specifications to its predecessor, the E1, there are a few notable differences. The latest model has an improved camera, new quad-core processor and has an optional dual-sim.It sports a 4.5-inch display with dual-front speakers and a rear eight mega-pixel camera and…

Nokia releases budget Asha 210

Nokia releases budget Asha 210
Nokia has decided to release a "social" mobile phone aimed at a budget-end audience.The new device takes on trends around the world with a dedicated Facebook button which in the Middle-east and Asia will link with Whatsapp. The Whatsapp button offers users the opportunity to use the service for free the entire time they own the phone.It also sports a two mega-pixel camera, dual-sim slots and various…

Blackberry may be planning another sliding handset

Blackberry may be planning another sliding handset
Blackberry has filed a new patent for its mobile phones which indicates it may be planning to release a sliding handset complete with BB10.The patent, which was unveiled this week, appears to combine an all-touchscreen design like the Blackberry Z10 and the sliding Torch model, which featured a touchscreen and a QWERTY keyboard.Although the Canadian company applied for the USPTO patent back at the end…