White HTC butterfly is all set to be launched in China tomorrow, the timing for the launch is said to be 04 08. Although, HTC butterfly has been in Chinese market since a month back but it was in a different color range i.e. black and red. But, it seems that white color is more preferred by the Chinese nation. That is why; already 400,000 pre-orders from different users have been booked by the brand.
The price of the phone is relatively high in comparison to what a typical Chinese phone costs i.e. $772 or 4,799 Yuan. But, there is a wide difference in a typical Chinese phone and this new HTC butterfly. This really justifies the high pricing of this new phone from the HTC.
Furthermore, it is recognized that HTC butterfly is somewhat similar to Droid DNA in terms of looks and features. But, there are few differences among them. HTC butterfly has a waterproof screen, but, has no LTE or wireless charging built-in. Although, HTC is trying to develop a new technology for HTC butterfly which will remotely make phone calls, send text messages, capture photos and play music. This all would be done through a Bluetooth remote which is named as HTC mini.
HTC's One Mini might be arriving in the UK a bit sooner than expected. Carphone Warehouse and Expansys are both saying that the new handset should be in stock starting tomorrow, August 9. Carphone Warehouse allows customers to get the One Mini either on contract.
HTC One mini can be currently reserved for 380 British Pounds. That is equal to about 445 euro or $578. In return, one gets a mid-range Android smartphone with outstanding design, and decent specs, such as a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, 4.3-inch 720p display, and an UltraPixel camera that can shoot HDR video in 1080p resolution. To learn more about this device, our HTC One mini hands-on may hold the answers to your burning questions.
MobileFun is accepting pre-orders for both the silver and black variants of the HTC One mini. The smartphone is expected to be delivered to customers in a month or so.
DROID RAZR M is all set to go pink tomorrow as Verizon today announced integration to the currently selling DROID RAZR M in terms of color. The phone is set be launched alongside Samsung Atvi Odyssey, which is also said to be launched tomorrow. The main reason behind this integration is upcoming Valentine's Day, so it's a timely move by the producers of the phone.
DROID RAZR M has a 4.3 inch AMOLED screen with a 1.5 GHz processor and 1 GB RAM. Other features of the phone include an 8 mega-pixel rear camera and 0.3 mega-pixel front cameras. Furthermore, the phone is powered by an Android 4.1 jelly bean update and 8 GB storage.
This pink version of DROID RAZR M is priced at $99.99 and will be launched at all the retail and online store tomorrow.
A pink Samsung Galaxy S III that recently showed up in South Korea has now been made official. It's only available for the South Koreans for now. The pink Galaxy S III includes 32 GB of storage. It'll be available tomorrow, on September 26. Obviously Samsung is aiming it at the younger crowd along with women.
The pink superphone will be available on all of Korea's three operators, but only 100,000 units will be produced. Maybe the company is hoping for some Apple-style lines outside of the stores tomorrow. We'll see how that plays out.
Samsung has also mentioned that it's managed to sell over 3 million Galaxy S III units in its home market alone. That's a pretty impressive feat in a country with 50 million inhabitants.
Last week, T-Mobile has rolled out updates for its Galaxy Note II, those subscribes with Galaxy Note II on the AT&T network was wondering where are their updates for their version of Galaxy Note II.
Well, we finally have good news for you. Inside a statement delivered to Engadget, AT&T revealed that it'll begin pushing an update to its Galaxy Note II tomorrow, Dec. 27, that'll include the Multi-Window feature. The newest software update will probably be rolled out to users on the air. AT&T's full statement is as follows:
"AT&T plans to begin rolling out a software update for Samsung Galaxy Note II customers that includes the Multi-Window feature, which allows the user to divide the screen into two active "windows" creating a split screen that enables fluid multitasking between applications. The update will be available for download over the air beginning Dec. 27."