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Motorola might seem non-existent to many but this hasn't stopped the company from innovating and working hard in the mobile arena. The result therefore is an updated Moto X and Moto G from Motorola. Both the smartphones have been upgraded in their own league and stand to win few hearts if not many
IFA 2014 has seen some great devices so far and the only member missing from the fun was Nokia. Not anymore though as Nokia aka Microsoft has just taken the wraps of their new lumia devices: Nokia Lumia 830 and Nokia Lumia 730 and 735.
It's a busy couple of days in the mobile arena with Samsung and Sony taking the charge. HTC wasn't going to sit around but announce a new member of their Desire family. The new HTC Desire 820 is the successor to the popular Desire 816 and is the second HTC phone to have a 64-bit processor.
Sony has a different Scheme of things when it comes to releasing Flagship devices. Rather than going the annual way, Sony does it every 6 months. So here at the IFA 2014, we stand in front of all new Sony Mobile devices in the name of Sony Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact and E3(mid-range offering).
Love it or hate it! But when it comes to making phablets no one is better or even close to what Samsung has been pioneering for last 3-4 years. After the induction of Note in 2011, Samsung showed that world is ready for big smartphones. And 4 years down the line, we have a worthy successor to the note family, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 aided by Samsung Galaxy Edge(first curved smartphone)
Micromax is doing fairly well in India with it's android crop of smartphones and to supplement the growth it has unveiled not just one but two windows phone 8.1 powered devices. The launch was a flimsy affair with the presence of Diana Panty and Archana Vijaya which in short is a good idea to get some decent press coverage.
One of the perks of having a Nexus or Motorola device is being first in queue for android update schedules. All these devices are the first to receive the updates from Google directly. So, if you own a Nexus Phone or tablet or one of the Moto's, go into settings and tap the phone update and feel obliged
Apple WWDC event kicked off yesterday with the announcement of iOS 8. Jumping the ladder by a whole number, the new mobile OS introduces a host of new features and improvements, headed by the ability to closely interact with the freshly announced OS X Yosemite.