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Apple Unveils iPhone 6 and AppleWatch

10th Sep, 2014 | Comments Off

Will you be grabbing the iPhone 6?

Apple fans can officially rejoice this week, after the company finally announced the iPhone 6 in two brand new sizes alongside the very first AppleWatch.

Coming in two sizes, the iPhone 6 is available with a smaller 4.7” sized display, or a phablet style 5.5” display for varying prices.

But whilst the displays differ in size, the specs stay largely similar between both models, with the same A8 processor coupling up to 128GB internal storage in both models.

Apple’s iSight camera has stayed pretty similar to the lens we saw on the iPhone 5s, boasting 8 megapixels yet again with some subtle improvements under the hood.

The front lens boasts a 1.2 megapixel rating as well, helping handle FaceTime and selfies without any issues.

TouchID also stays put, and now works with payments and app access, giving the fingerprint scanner a few more practical uses.

Apple also took the time to unveil its first entry onto the wearable market with the AppleWatch, which links seamlessly with the iPhone 6, along with several older devices.

It not only links with your phone, but it can also send messages, track your health and fitness and even send your heartbeat to someone!

The iPhone 6 will be available to buy from September 19th for as little as £539, whilst the AppleWatch will be going on sale early next year for approximately £250.

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Nexus 5 to see Hard Drive Upgrade

3rd Sep, 2014 | Comments Off

Will we be seeing an upgrade for the Nexus 5?

It looks as though the introduction of the heavily rumoured Nexus X could bring some new life into the previously released Nexus 5 as well, with the older handset to receive an upgrade to coincide with the upcoming release.

The Nexus 5 has been on the market for quite a lengthy period of time now, but it doesn’t look as if Google is willing to let it drop into obscurity just yet, with the handset reportedly set to pack 64GB storage when the next Nexus handset comes out.

The Nexus X is expected to debut towards October or November, and will obviously see an improved spec list over the older Nexus 5. But with 64GB storage, the older handset should still draw some attention, especially if it’s priced competitively.

Google has recently changed its direction for the Nexus X, which is set to be built by Motorola rather than LG, which had previously built other Nexus handsets.

It appears that an IFA announcement for the latest Nexus phone is a bit too soon, but we can expect to hear some official word on the handset sooner rather than later.

Of course, if you don’t want to wait for the next Nexus handset, you can always check out our other great smartphone deals right here.

Nokia Lumia 530 Goes on Sale

27th Aug, 2014 | Comments Off

What can you expect from the Nokia Lumia 530?

If your contract is up and you don’t fancy spending the big bucks on a new smartphone you could well be in luck, as the Nokia Lumia 530 has officially gone on sale this week.

The handset, which is the obvious successor to the immensely popular Lumia 520 budget phone, is available in all good high street retailers and online stores for a price of just £100 sim-free.

Packing a 4” 480×854 TFT display, the Lumia 530 is a solid budget handset that handles the day to day rigours of a smartphone without any fuss.

Powered by a Snapdragon 200 processor and 1.2GHz quad-core processor, the Nokia handset runs surprisingly fast.

512MB RAM and 4GB expandable memory handle all the storage in the Microsoft made device, which is also available in an array of colours to suit any taste.

Windows Phone 8.1 is the operating system that finds a home in the handset, boasting all of the latest features like Cortana, Windows’ very own voice operated assistant.

The Lumia 520 is available on all major UK networks, with contract deals based with the handset also on the shelves to help those handle a monthly budget.

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Sharp Aquos Crystal Phone Revealed

20th Aug, 2014 | Comments Off

Will the Sharp Aquos Crystal be a hit?

Sharp isn’t the biggest name on the mobile market by any means, but it looks like it could be making some waves this year after officially revealing the Aquos Crystal phone.

Featuring a distinctive style, the Aquos Crystal sports a practically bezel-free design, making for an extremely attractive look.

The device boasts a 5” 720p display, making for high quality viewing angles, whilst also including 8GB expandable storage.

A Snapdragon 400 chipset assists a 1.2GHz quad-core processor under the hood, which gives the Sharp handset a mid-range feel.

If you’re a fan of your music then you’ll be thrilled to see Harman Kardon audio included in the Crystal phone, making for one of the most vivid audio experiences from a smartphone since HTC’s partner ship with Beats Audio.

Android 4.4.2 KitKat, 1.5GB RAM and a 2040mAh battery top off the specs of the soon to be released Sharp handset, that is currently being set-up for sale in the US and Japan.

Currently, the Sharp Aquos Crystal is being priced up at $240 in the US, which translates to approximately £145 here in the UK.

August 29th is being lined up as a possible release date for the Sharp handset, but details on a UK release haven’t been mentioned as of yet, so it could be a while before we see it on shelves here.

It’s safe to say that we can’t wait to give it a go, even if it does take a while for us to get our hands on it! Of course, if you don’t fancy waiting, you can take a look at our great smartphone deals here!

Sony to Release Low-End Phablet

13th Aug, 2014 | Comments Off

Can we really expect a low-end phablet from Sony?

The ever growing love of phablets seems to have taken off this year, with a number of manufacturers producing larger screened devices to help cope with the demand from the daily consumer. But one niche which hasn’t been taken on as of yet is the low-end phablet market, something that Sony has clearly seen an opportunity within.

Sony has become synonymous with producing quality smartphones; with the likes of the Xperia Z2 showing a superb amount of quality alongside powerful specs. But now it’s turning its attention to less powerful handsets, proven by its intention to release a low-end phablet.

Packing a 6.1” 480×854 display, it’s safe to say that the screen on the device won’t be the sharpest we’ve seen, and the rest of the spec sheet isn’t exactly mind blowing. A Snapdragon 400 chipset couples a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, whilst 1GB RAM and 4GB internal storage also feature on the phablet.

With specs like these, the larger than life Sony phablet won’t be competing with other phablets on the market, giving it an open run for fans of larger screens without the budget to shell out for more expensive devices. However we haven’t been given a price tag or release date for the handset yet, so we shouldn’t count our chickens just yet.

If you don’t fancy waiting for this Sony phablet to hit the market, you can always take a look at all of our brilliant phablet deals right here!

We can expect more information about this low-end Sony device in the near future, with a possible release before Christmas, so make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for all the details!

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