The new LG Wine Smart may be an interesting concept…A typical first Korean mobile phones; folding model, 3inch screen plus support DMB-TV, and is now used as a smart phone operating system. LG Wine series are mostly for old people who can’t see small letters well and wants simple things.
The new Nexus 9 tablet by HTC is coming soon, Android L will look amazing on a tablet, and I can’t wait to see what HTC’s design team comes up with. I’m very curious about the price point. I’ve got a kid on the way, and I can budget $300, but $500 is too much for me. I hope the Nexus line is still making an effort toward affordability.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 features a 6-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels and a quad-core 1.5 GHz processor. I think this phone is great for people who want a Phablet phone but can’t afford the Note series. Big phones are awesome, like Note 3, Note 4, Mega 5.8, Mega 6.3. If the Mega had the same pixel density, power & features of the Note I might be interested.
According to PocketNow, the new ASUS PadFone Mini will be launched on AT&T in September. I love the concept of having a phone and tablet in one. The tablet works just as good as another with the benefit of using your phone’s data to surf the web on the road.
The Verizon Moto X (2nd Gen) will be available on September 26th for $100 with 2-year contract. The 32GB model will cost you $150. I’m wondering about off contract pricing or if Verizon will even offer it off contract. If not, I’m sure its just another tactic for them to do away with us unlimited data users. If this had similar battery life to the 2013 Moto X then it’ll be good. Reviews have said that the battery will last all day with moderate use, which is fine for me.
According to User Agent profile, the Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A300 has a 4.8″ screen with qHD resolution (540 x 960 pixels), Less than the 2012 Galaxy S3. So if you’re on tight budget, it’s better to buy old flagship phones instead of new midrange phones.