Rumours appear to be emerging all the time about its new features, processor speed, screen size and all other sorts of new technology.
Which of these rumours need to be taken seriously? The following information contains what we believe to be the most important, and true.
1 - Bigger screen
The iPhone 5 series has a 4-inch screen unlike the larger offerings from Samsung and HTC.
Filed under: Phones4Cash News - by Griff DeSilva @ 11:18
Mobile giant Nokia is due to release its new Android phone, the Nokia X, and both retailers and operators are keen to get involved in its launch.
During the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Nokia unveiled its 3 new low price Android compatible handsets – the Nokia X, the Nokia X+ and the Nokia XL. These are expected to go into direct competition with the Android phones already on the market.
The Nokia X will cost £73, the X+ at £81 and the XL will be a very reasonable £90. All are powered with a forked Android variant. Read more
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The mobile telecommunications manufacturer, based in Finland unveiled its X range, using a forked Android system at the MWC in February. However, YouGov, a public opinion research company thinks that if Nokia released devices using the Google operating system, along with its Lumia range using Windows, then this would give them a far better opportunity to hit the UK market.
Filed under: Phones4Cash News - by Griff DeSilva @ 16:01
Going back a couple of years it seemed like HTC launched a new phone every 23 minutes and then they changed strategy and focused on quality over quantity. This was around the time they started to develop their best ever handset, the HTC One. Even with all the success and attention the HTC One has received, it seems like HTC are back to producing phones en masse.
The New HTC One is soon to be released and the Taiwanese manufacturer has produced some great, top end smart phones of late, but that doesn’t seem to matter anymore?
Filed under: Phones4Cash News - by Griff DeSilva @ 11:15
Apple’s new CarPlay system will allow you to link up your iPhone to your vehicle, enabling you to make a call, play music and bring up maps using the Siri voice command or via a touch screen if the cars dashboard has one.
All that’s needed to get the CarPlay up and running is iOS 7 and an Apple iPhone 5, 5S or 5C.Read more
Filed under: Phones4Cash News - by Griff DeSilva @ 11:29