Image: WileyFox Cyanogen has come a long way from when it was just an Android tinkerer’s ROM—now it’s powering devices that are going straight into buyers’ hands. London mobile company Wileyfox is putting two smartphone models on the market soon running Cyanogen OS, a popular retooled version of Android. Show More Summary
Even with iPhone sales continuing to be strong, Apple is unlikely to make deeper inroads into Android's global marketshare in the near future, according to projections from an IDC research report released on Tuesday.
Wileyfox isn't a smartphone brand you've heard of before. They're an entirely new player from the UK hoping to muscle into the already packed Android market with, you've guessed it, smartphones that combine "good enough" specs with competitive price tags. Show More Summary
Launching in London today, the new company is set to take on the smartphone market with budget hardware and unusual Android software.
There has been a lot of speculation regarding BlackBerry’s future with many saying that the company should just start making Android devices if it wants to survive in the very competitive mobile market. Much evidence has surfaced recently...Show More Summary
Made in India brand Micromax has confirmed that they are working on their new Android based OS, which will hit the market somewhere at the end of 2015. Once completed, this new operating system can give some serious fight to other forked Android OS such as Xiaomi’s MIUI and OnePlus’s Oxygen OS. Show More Summary
After announcing the 8-inch model in the G Pad II series in its home market, LG has mentioned that it will launch the 10.1-inch variant next month at the IFA conference in Berlin. Following its official debut, the tablet will be available in Wi-Fi and LTE-enabled variants in Asia, North America and Europe.
BlackBerry is having a hard time competing in the smartphone market that’s dominated by iOS and Android, many have suggested that the company should give up its platform and start making Android smartphones. The company’s next smartphone...Show More Summary
Nokia may technically be non-existent in the mobile market right now, as far new devices are concerned. However, the Finnish manufacturer may already be looking for potential partner companies to help it make a comeback next year.
Last month, Motorola finally unveiled its new Android-powered smartphones that include the latest flagship, the Moto X (2015), which pack flagship-level specs and features.
Lenovo has definitely come a long way in the mobile market. A few years ago, no one took the Chinese manufacturer seriously mainly because its main niche was the PC market.
This week’s Android Circuit includes the first reviews of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+, Samsung's free trial offer to iPhone users, the launch of the second security-focused Blackphone, Xiaomi winning the Chinese market share...Show More Summary
LeapFrog has revealed its latest child-focused tablet, and its first to run on Android. The 7-inch Epic tablet is said to combine the parental control and kid-safe environment of previous LeapFrog tablets, with a selection of Android games and apps that children love. Show More Summary
The leaked images of the Google Nexus 5 (2015) have surfaced showing a 5.2 inch screen size. Clearly one of the most anticipated ones, the buzz around it is that it may soon hit the market with the latest Android OS, Android Marshmallow, and two different handsets - one each from LG and Huawei.
The Android app-compatible Jolla tablet is now up for preorder in the United States, Europe, and a few other select markets.
India is considered to be the second largest smartphone market in the world, and it is not a secret that both local and imported brands are trying their best to get a share of the market pie in the country.
The first Windows 10 with Bing tablets are starting to come to market, beginning with the Telcast X98 Air 3G. According to Liliputing, the tablet is the first to include Windows 10 with Bing. The X98 will also run Android 5.0, has the same size screen as an iPad and costs £135. Show More Summary
It’s no wonder Google is expanding its efforts to broaden Android’s reach by working with OEMs in emerging markets, via its Android One smartphone affordability program; the latest global smartphone market data from analyst Gartner shows growth slowing, and Android specifically recording its slowest ever year-on-year growth. Read More
The latest mobile OS from Apple has been available since last September, and in that time the new platform has reached a market of 85% of all iOS devices in existence. In contrast, Google’s latest OS Android Lollipop has only garnered an 18% adoption rate despite having been launched in November of 2014. Show More Summary
For a particular app to remain static as it is would be anathema – it would not last too long in the market, which is why each app ought to receive periodical updates in order to remain relevant to the times. Having said that, SkypeShow More Summary