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.
According the the Korea IT Times, Samsung will launch the Galaxy A3, A5, and A7 android phone in November. These “A” phones look like a good addition to the portfolio for Samsung. Hopefully they offer the good audio performance of the Alpha. If it ever comes to the US, I’m sure it’ll be AT&T only.
Samsung today officially launched the Galaxy Note Edge smartphone in South Korea for about $1015. The Galaxy Note Edge goes on sale later this year at all four major U.S. carriers. Pricing was not disclosed. Would love to see this phone in person. (AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile)
The North American and international version of the Nexus 6 that have passed the FCC. Pretty sure the difference is that one is the US model and the other is the international. Second listing doesn’t have CDMA2000 support, which is true about the international model. The Nexus 6 coming to AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular.
The AT&T Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 is now on sale for $149.99 with 2-year contract. The Mega 2 has a 6″ HD display with 720×1280 pixel resolution, Dual instance mode and One-handed operation mode, the big screen look pretty swanky too. AT&T is asking for 474.99 for the Galaxy Mega 2 with no contract, $19.80 a month with Next 18, $23.75 a month with Next 12.
Expansys USA dropped the unlocked price of the Sony Xperia E3 to $139.99. very good deal compared to other giants’ low end devices (apart from Moto). Only gripes are that 4GB is a tad too little for apps and the display is pretty mediocre. It’s support AT&T’s HSDPA networks.