According to @evleaks, the HTC Desire 610 will be coming to AT&T. It sounds like HTC will be making a bigger push in the US with the Desire series this year. Design wise it looks nice but one logo at the back is enough HTC, the one at the front gives the impression of excessive bezel.
According to ETNews, the Samsung Galaxy F android phone will have a QHD 2K display (2,560×1,600) and a metal body. Options are a great thing! I wonder if it will be for sale in the US. Personally, I don’t really care what it’s made of, as long as it doesn’t increase the weight of the phone.
The OPPO N1 CyanogenMod Edition is now on sale for $599 in U.S. This phone is supported by Cyanogenmod, not by Oppo. Great news for the future of Cyanogen Mod. I wish they would have gone with a more traditional style device (5.9 is massive) but its a great start!
BLU today announced the Life Pure, a 5-inch android phone, online retailers in the US and Latin America with a price of$349.00 unlocked. An very capable and elegant-looking phone with a nice price to match. Also, it looks like they tried to merge the Nexus 5 and the iPhone by the design of the phone.
Very impressive, Motorola and Google. The Moto G is the most interesting phone of the 2013, especially from my non-US perspective. I think it represents a turning point on many levels and has no real competition right now.
It works great and battery life is good. Only downsides are low storage space and no LTE. BTW, if you can spare another $150 or so, I’d get the Nexus 5.
This Moto G software update is for all Global GSM and US GSM models purchased online in the United States. After installing the software update you will notice numerous enhancements and changes, including:
The Verizon Motorola Droid Ultra, Maxx and Mini owners will be happy. That means all Motorola phones from this year are rocking kit Kat, that’s amazing news. Glad to hear Motorola is quick to update their phones.
Source: Vzw Via: Engadget, The Verge