Lumigon Introduces the Durable T2 Smartphone
New Smartphone
Lumigon T2 seems like a well-built phone with hardened PDV coating and stainless steel frame. It also delivers the exceptional ICEPower sound technology from the well-known electronics solution maker, Bang & Olufsen. Lumigon banks on T2’s ease of use and portability, while shying away from huge displays used by latest Android handsets. Sporting a 3.8” WVGA (800×480) display, the phone …
LG Optimus Vu May Arrive On The United States On September
Android
LG is planning to release the 5″ phablet, the Optimus VU, in the United States. The device has moderate success in the South Korea with half a million units sold. Its sales weren’t as high as other phablet models in the market, but they appear to be enough to warrant release in other countries nonetheless. We still don’t know exactly …
Apple’s Study Revealed Why Consumers Choose Android
Android
Apple faced a dilemma a couple of years ago; it had an exclusive 5-year deal with AT&T, while Android surged ahead, capturing sizable market share. Being tied with one carrier held the company back, but it achieved more profitability than others in the market as AT&T paid the company directly for each iPhone sold. Apple recently evaluated the impact of …
Sony LT29i “Hayabusa” Will Be Renamed to Sony Xperia TX
New Smartphone
The Sony LT29i, codenamed “Hayabusa”, has been rumored for a couple months now as Sony’s next flagship. It looks like the phone is going to be called the Sony Xperia TX and this could simply mean a phone that’s superior compared to a previous model, the Sony Xperia T. Just like Samsung and Apple, Sony needs to leverage its “Xperia” …