After Motorola was bought from Google, by Lenovo, many people assumed that Lenovo/Motorola would be making the next Nexus phone, but it seems like that might not be the case after all. If the latest rumour is true, the Nexus 6 will actually be made by someone else entirely...
This year’s Mobile World Congress saw the launch of two new smartphones which have been highly anticipated by, well, the entire world. Both Sony and Samsung brought their A-game, to produce devices that are worthy of the label ‘superphone’. But which is better?
Not content with capturing headlines by merely announcing the Samsung Galaxy S5, Korean manufacturer Samsung has gone one step further, in its quest to get the world hyped about their new phone.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 may well have been the best-selling Android phone of 2013 but its rival, the HTC One, was just as accomplished and just as gorgeous. Now we’re just waiting to see what the landscape will be like in 2014; after all, we’ve already seen the sleek beauty of the Samsung Galaxy S5, so it’s only a matter of time until we get an official look at the successor to the HTC One.
It’s long be said that more and more people are starting to use their mobile devices, their smartphones and their tablets, as their primary way of accessing the internet, and moving away from desktop PCs. Many people have taken this to be a sign that we are living in, as the late Steve Jobs famously called it, a “post-PC world”, and new statistics released by Nielsen suggest that this might actually be the case!