A hundred greenbacks is a respectable chunk of change, but when it comes to personal electronics like the ultra personal smartphone, $100 is a darn good deal. Since the smartphone operating system remains the same across handsets from the most entry-level to the most premium, what a price hike usually gives you is a step up in features -- like LTE or HSPA+ 42 support, a faster processor, and more premium camera components, for example.
If no single smartphone operating system dominates the market, the result could be cheaper handsets, but migraines for small businesses managing them. Android - Windows Mobile - Smartphone - iPhone - BlackBerry Read Post
Australian electronics manufacturer Kogan has announced a 5-inch smartphone with a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, dual-SIM slots, Android 4.2.2 operating system and a 5-inch IPS display. The device will also arrive... Keep reading ? Read Post