Posts Tagged ‘UK’
If you were looking for the HTC Butterfly in the UK, and didn’t find it, it’s because the smartphone is exclusively available there from just one retailer: Mobicity. At the moment, Mobicity is stocking only the white version of the Butterfly, asking £659.99 for it. No, this isn’t a typo — the retailer is really asking that much money for the handset. £659.99 means about 770 Euros, or $1,045, and it’s certainly one of the highest prices ever asked for… Read more
After redesigning it, and upgrading it with better specs, today Samsung has finally released its Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet in the US and the UK. Initially announced in February as a dual-core device, the Note 10.1 now features a quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 processor clocked at 1.4GHz. Another major upgrade is in the RAM department: from 1GB to 2GB. Sadly for those who’ve been hoping this would happen, the tablet doesn’t run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean at launch, but Android… Read more
Samsung has launched a new official online store in the UK. It’s called Samsung Direct, and lets you buy Android tablets, Android media players, and various accessories. To celebrate the opening of the store, Samsung is offering £50 cash back to customers who purchase the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Wi-Fi, or £30 cash back for the smaller Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Wi-Fi. The offer won’t last long, so if you want an Android ICS tablet at a discounted price, you… Read more
France isn’t the only European country that’s going to get Acer’s new Cloud Mobile smartphone next month. If we’re to believe Expansys, the handset will be launched in the UK on September 5. The online retailer says the Cloud Mobile costs £289.99 – a price that’s similar to what you’ll have to pay for the smartphone in France. Honestly, that’s not much considering the features the Cloud Mobile comes with: 4.3 inch HD display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, Wi-Fi… Read more
We’ve received details about an unannounced Android smartphone that’s going to be released by Orange in the UK. The handset is called Orange Dublin, and is manufactured by ZTE — known for making quite many devices for Orange until now, including the San Francisco, and the Monte Carlo. We have a press image of the Orange Dublin, and we know it features HSDPA. Sadly, other specifications haven’t been provided. Our source tells us the handset will probably run Android 2.3 Gingerbread… Read more
The Samsung Galaxy Note has been available in the UK since November 2011, thanks to retailers like The Carphone Warehouse, Clove, Expansys, or Phones4U. But if you wished to buy it directly from Vodafone, you were unable to. Luckily for those who want that, today Vodafone has started offering the handset.
Voda’s Galaxy Note can be yours for free on monthly plans from £48. And you can certainly visit the network’s Online Store to check out all the available deals.… Read more