With Optus and Virgin both unveiling price, I have been given information that I believe to be relatively on the ball and reliable. The information comes from within Samsung and relates to availability of the Galaxy Nexus upon launch, which is looking to be the 20th of December. It basically says, don’t hold your breath as stock is going to[Read More…]
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Sony Ericsson may have let the cat out of the bag a little early from the looks of their blog, it appears they are in the process of setting up an offer for their Xperia phones to get 50Gb of online storage with Box. The catch is they haven`t completed the deal yet, someone published the blog announcing the offer[Read More…]
Hello there current and future owners of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc from Vodafone, if you’re ready to bump your Android version up a notch you can download the Android 2.3.4 update for your device right now! The update can be done over the air with either Wi-Fi or 3G, which doesn’t count towards your data allowance (yay!) or you[Read More…]
The HTC Evo 3D is the 4.3” monster with 3D camera and playback from HTC. If you’re a fan of everything 3D then you are absolutely going to love this phone! Everyone else is going to think the phone is just a bit too big and bulky to justify some 3D features you will use rarely, if at all.
Looks like I was a little behind on this one, Huawei apparently launched the Ideos X3 on the 3rd of November. It appears to be another decent entry level phone from Huawei, however this little fella runs Gingerbread right out of the box and as a bonus it also supports the Huawei Handset Over-the-Air and Online Upgrade (HOTA) solution, which[Read More…]
Welcome to the first roundup of Samsung Galaxy Nexus in Australia news. Here we’ll be setting out what we know is happening with the Galaxy Nexus in Australia, such as rumours, solid news, release dates, prices etc.. all that good stuff! So let’s just jump into the first roundup shall we. Telstra.. We’ve confirmed from two solid sources that the[Read More…]
The last two members of the HTC Sensation family, the Sensation XE (left) and Sensation XL (right), are now available for purchase from Vodafone starting today. The Sensation XE is a pumped up version of the original Sensation with a new 1.5GHz Dual-Core CPU and full Beats Audio integration including a free pair of urBeats™ worth a hefty $149. If[Read More…]
HTC have announced the devices that will be updated to the latest version of Android “Ice Cream Sandwich” and you’ll be pleased to know a majority of the devices are ones available, or soon will be available, here in Australia: HTC Sensation – Telstra, Vodafone HTC Sensation XE – Vodafone HTC Sensation XL – Vodafone HTC EVO 3D – Telstra,[Read More…]
Optus has rolled out their Android 2.3 update for the Galaxy Tab; Telstra has rolled out their Android 2.3 update for the Galaxy Tab; Vodafone have delayed their Android 2.3 update for the Galaxy Tab because of an incorrect APN that was detected during carrier testing. Following testing of the Gingerbread software update, we have identified an incorrect configuration with[Read More…]
As you may recall from the post we put up last month, an issue was discovered on some HTC phones that could possibly allow some apps access to log files collected by HTC. HTC advised that they were working on a fix and it would be issued ASAP. I contacted HTC last week after I saw Sprint customers in the[Read More…]