Nokia's and Samsung's announcements from Mobile World Congress in episode 103, so this week we covered other announcements and - of course - the news of the week. Hosted by Jason Murray, with Scott Plowman and Adam Ricket. Topics: TV shows now available on Google Play in Australia Sony: Xperia Z2, Xperia Z2 Tablet LG: F Series (and don't forget the L Series III) HTC: Desire 610, 816 Huawei: Mediapad Tablets, Ascend G6 Wearables at MWC:Welcome to episode 104 of the Ausdroid podcast! We only managed to cover
The Iconic and mobile phone recycler BounceMobile to launch a trade-in service for old mobile phones but with a small twist - they're offering an option to trade-in mobiles for credit to buy Fashion! The options are simple, you can still get cash for your old phone from a bank transfer or a deposit into your Paypal account, but you'll get the most value - up to 20% more - if you decide you want to trade in your mobile for... Continue readingIn an email sent around yesterday, Samsung Australia has announced that they have partnered with fashion website,
Galaxy S5 and their Gear wearables and their actual launch in 150 countries on the 11th of April to keep reminding us of all the features that they've packed into the Galaxy S5 as well as how much improved they believe the Gear 2 and Gear Fit to be and today they've released videos 'introducing' the devices again. The first video - Introducing Samsung GALAXY S5 - goes through all the features that were shown off at the Mobile World Congress launch. The... Continue readingSamsung is quite keen to use the intervening time between their announcement of the
As seen above the site lists the Galaxy Tab4 in three screen sizes : 10.1", 8.0" and 7.0", matching the Galaxy Tab3 screen sizes. There's no other information to go on at this stage, so we'll have to wait for an official announcement. The Galaxy Tab3 range was... Continue readingWhen Samsung announced the Galaxy Fit at Mobile World Congress, they advised it would be compatible with at least 20 Galaxy devices and most assumed they were devices already in the Samsung range, but it appears that at least three of those are the yet to be announced Galaxy Tab 4 series.
The stitched faux leather back from the Galaxy Note 3 is definitely not dead, with EvLeaks over-night showing a much better view of the Samsung Chrome device he leaked yesterday, which confirms - as far as Evan Blass is concerned - that it is indeed a Chromebook and the recently leaked Chromebook 2. The picture shows off a thin, countoured base with the uniquely Samsung stitched faux leather lid, giving it the appearance of a folio or similar. There's litte to glean in specs from this photo except for the presence of a USB port as well... Continue reading