Here the reference is being made to the Project Ara which has been conveniently described as a skeleton allowing the components to slide in and out and fall right through their places. Though the company is a long way from the official release or even introduction, but the prototype is soon going to be finished and will be ready for a display. The CEO is expecting the prototype to be functional soon so it can join Moto Maker and become what it was initially envisioned to.
The first custom ROM for Samsung’s Galaxy Gear Smartwatch has been released and it brings a lot of interesting features with it. The most important being that it will allow the smartwatch to be paired with any Android device, so you do not need a Samsung Galaxy phone to use the smartwatch.
It might come as a surprise for many but it’s true that there is finally a company which has decided to support this newest concept and has made efforts to try to put it into reality; this is where the Motorola Ara comes into play. But so far this is only a modular phone concept and we can only look forward to the future and wait to see if it turns into a reality or not.
LG’s new curved smartphone is making a lot of appearances in the news and has remained under the limelight for some quite some time now. People had been relying on the leaked information about this one but it’s finally a chance for us to get our hands on some beefy piece of information since LG has itself decided to unveil all the details regarding its often leaked curvy smart phone.
If you’ve never used a mobile mount, you might ask, “Mobile mounts, huh, what are they good for?”. Short (obvious) answer, holding your mobile devices. With the H1 Premium Mobile Holder, and H5 Premium Car Mount, Luxa2 aims to bring a bit more style and functionality to mobile mounts. H1’s aluminum Apple iMac inspired body brings the style, whereas H5’s flexible body brings functionality. Continue reading to see if you can benefit by adding these two devices to your accessory lineup.
Following this will be the next in line, the NVIDIA’s Tegra 6 which will be the Powerhouse behind the 64bit Androids of 2014. This is going to be the mobile variant of the Maxwell Architecture and will be supported by complete 64 Bit Support.
It seems like leaving behind prototypes intentionally is getting quite a hit with these mobile companies. This is what lead to the last few days being completely overflowed with leaks about the Android 4.4 and all this started when the Nexus 5 was spotted as it was left behind at a bar. This seems quite an unnatural way for marketing yet it’s doing its tricks.
Rumors about the Google Flagship Smartphone are circling around and causing much anticipation among the fans. As a little treat for the mind, the rumor has been disseminated and maybe we’ll be lucky enough to see the Nexus 5 in only a month’s time. The Nexus smartphone, made by LG yet again, is expected to be seen on the 14th of October if the rumors are held to be true. The new phone’s design is said to take its inspiration from the LG G2 with the exception of its diagonal 5 inches display and also the fortunate disappearance of the rear buttons.
As expected earlier today Apple announced not just one, but two new iPhone models. This is the first time they have ever done such a thing. The two new models are the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C. The iPhone 5C is the lower cost “poor man’s” iPhone and the iPhone 5S is the true successor to the current iPhone 5. The iPhone 5S will become the new flagship iPhone, but should you get that or the iPhone 5C? Read on as we go over all of the features of both phones so you can make the decision on what phone is best for you.