Full metal unibody is awesome and the Samsung Galaxy A5 and A3 look quite nice in fact. Great to see different design and build quality. Seems like a cool item for a specific market, but it’s just as likely that anyone will buy it. No matter the age of the person.
The Galaxy A5 and A3 will be available in select markets including China starting in November 2014.
The Motorola Droid Turbo for AT&T and T-Mobile version has already passed the FCC and will probably be called “Moto X Play”. Now hurry up and bring it to AT&T and T-Mobile so I can buy it!
The Cherry Red HTC Butterfly 2 will be available in HTC’s Taiwan stores starting November 1st, 2014. This phone is just as great looking as the M8….I’d say i would have gotten this instead of the m8. I’m just hoping that the removal of the Ultrapixel tech is not a sign of things to come…I hope to god not. The low light photography has come in handy many times for me already on my M8… Please HTC please marry the 13MP camera with UltraPixel tech, throw on the waterproofing and that would be King awesome for an HTC M9.
Looks good. its not super bright gold. Loving my original Dark Grey Moto 360, but more options is always good, not everyone likes the same colors/styles.
The Samsung Gear S is closer to a full phone than a watch. I like the Samsung design of this Smartwatch since it does not depend on your phone at all, you can send email, texts, voice messages using the 3G modem. I am sure this is the only angle that the watch looks ok on women’s hand.
The Verizon DROID Turbo by Motorola is now on sale for $200 with a 2-year agreement (32GB). The 64GB Black Ballistic Nylon model cost $250 with contract. The 64GB version is outstanding value. I would absolutely be in love with this phone and would return my 2014 Moto X for this beast if it did not have those capacitive buttons. They don’t look right paired with stock android.