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Android Smartphone by Nokia for MWC 2014 expected

Android Smartphone by Nokia for MWC 2014 expected, Around the Nokia Normandy - the first Android smartphone of the northern lights - there was in the last few weeks rumors and news en masse. End of January first reports of an imminent launch of the Nokia Normandy were loud today regain momentum.
Android Smartphone by Nokia for MWC 2014 expected

According to information from the Wall Street Journal's well-informed sources have tweeted that the Android smartphone will take place at the Mobile World Congress 2014. This opens on 24 known Its doors in February, so we know in two weeks closer to the device. As is known from previous messages, the Nokia Normandy is designed primarily for emerging markets where they ensure neat paragraph. Anyone expecting a top class smartphone, likely to be quickly disappointed.

Since Android OS is customizable by each company, and the Finns are supposed to have strong hands to the task. So applications should we be Google Music removed from the device and replaced with your own applications like Nokia Music.

The Nokia now put that blow under the American flag, complete on Android phones, are considerable doubts. Rather, this step should be seen as a distribution of the name Nokia, who want to get back on the road after weak years.
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Samsung Galaxy S5: First cases surfaced

Samsung Galaxy S5: First cases surfaced, Once it now seems certain that the Samsung Galaxy S5 during the Mobile World Congress 2014 on 24 February will be presented in Barcelona, ​​still emerge more information and speculation surrounding the upcoming Samsung flagship. Among other things, the first cases for the Samsung Galaxy S5 have emerged that can be found on the British party "mobile Fun" website - the first two cases bear the names Aegis and Kraken.

Samsung Galaxy S5: First cases surfaced

Samsung Galaxy S5: Lots of accessories expected to start

However, the new cases for the Samsung Galaxy S5 likely represent only the beginning, since the retail launch, which is expected to be the beginning of March 2014, there are still many other products related to the Galaxy S5 expected. Especially when it comes to accessories, of course, many third-dealers will put on offering suitable products.

Just covers offer at the start, because her new smartphone buyers often want to protect against any damage and then take up a case. Those who already provides as an accessory manufacturers to start matching cases available, which can end up with a little luck, a great success (financially and sales-wise).


First cases without fingerprint scanner

In the first two cases Aegis and Kraken can be even a small conclusion on the Samsung Galaxy S5 draw, to be published according to new reports with a fingerprint scanner. This is based on the cases but can not be seen, so Samsung could offer a solution similar to that Apple ID with his touch.
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Nokia Lumia 525 leaked as budget blower follow up

Nokia Lumia 525 leaked as budget blower follow up

We're big fans of the Nokia Lumia 520 and we're not alone as it's proved to be the most popular Lumia yet. So the thought of a follow up is no bad thing.

That follow up is the Nokia Lumia 525 and Chinese site Baidu recently got a hold of its specs. The phone apparently has a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4-inch 800 x 480 IPS display, 5MP camera, 8GB of built in storage, microSD card slot and a 1430mAh battery.

All of which is identical to the Nokia Lumia 520, other than the RAM, which is up to 1GB from 512MB. Even the dimensions and weight are the same.

Headset heaven

The only other difference we can see so far is the suggestion that the Nokia Lumia 525 comes with the Nokia Guru Bluetooth Headset, which suggests it's aimed at music fans.

So it's not the most exciting successor to the Lumia 520, but if the price is right then the jump to 1GB of RAM could still make it a great prospect.

While its most immediate point of reference is the Nokia Lumia 520, the numbering of the Lumia 525 also brings to mind the big-screened Nokia Lumia 625, though it seems to have little else in common with that over sized handset.

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Sure enough, the LG G Flex can actually flex

Sure enough, the LG G Flex can actually flex

Well whaddyaknow - the LG G Flex actually lives up to its name. The phone has been caught bending out of its unusual shape in a demo video.

You can see the action taking place over on Engadget, although it's added that a "reasonable amount of force" is needed to contort the phone. Maybe not all that advisable then...

While we've been briefed on the specs - 6-inch 720p OLED screen, Qualcomm 800 Snapdragon, 2GB of RAM, 13-megapixel camera - the flexy stuff has been a little unclear. We do know, however, that the G Flex will be able to heal itself.

So that's pretty cool too.

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Is the Moto Maker making its way to Sprint next week?

Is the Moto Maker making its way to Sprint next week?

Let's face it: Moto Maker is what sets the Moto X apart from all the other phones out there. OK maybe not entirely, but the customization options are an undeniable draw.

Currently only available on AT&T, a memo has surfaced online stating the Moto Maker customization service will arrive at Sprint starting November 11.

Though the memo is questionable, Sprint's recent Moto X price cut indicates it might be priming the device for the holiday rush. Hopefully, other carriers won't be too far behind. Verizon has stated it plans to have Moto Maker by the end of the year.

There's only a week left to find out if Sprint customers can give their Moto X a make-over, and honestly, it's about time Motorola spreads the love.

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Apple to go big on sapphire in iPhone 6, iPad 6 and beyond?

Apple to go big on sapphire in iPhone 6, iPad 6 and beyond?

You've probably never heard of GT Advanced Technologies, but in future Apple devices, the firm could end up playing a major role.

The company, which provides crystal grow equipment and materials for consumer electronics, among other industries, announced today that it's signed a multi-year supply agreement with Apple to provide sapphire materials.

Sapphire has figured prominently in recent Apple products - the iPhone 5S' Touch ID fingerprint reader features a cut sapphire crystal cover and the iPhone 5 was the first to feature a sapphire crystal lens.

However, word on the street is Apple could use the resilient material in future touchscreens. It's first go at the tech has been rumored for the iPhone 6, presumed to release in 2014. Apple would certainly extend the hard yet crystal clear sapphire coating to its other product lines, including the next iPad.

Sapphire sharp

As part of the deal, GT will own and operate the equipment needed to produce sapphire at a new Apple plant in Arizona. The company is fast-tracking development of next-gen, large capacity furnaces "to deliver low cost, high volume manufacturing of sapphire materials."

Apple would have access to loads of this stuff on the cheap, ideal for mass production of millions of handsets, tablets and more.

The GT Advanced Technologies and Apple deal is still young, and with the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPad Air and iPad mini 2 with Retina display newly announced, we're a ways away from seeing scratch-resistant sapphire make it to next-gen Apple products.

Perhaps something prone to daily nicks and bruises may get a sapphire front first? Say, something like the iWatch?

Via AllThingsD

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Is the Moto Maker making its way to Sprint on November 11?

Is the Moto Maker making its way to Sprint on November 11?

Let's face it: Moto Maker is what sets the Moto X apart from all the other phones out there. OK maybe not entirely, but the customization options are an undeniable draw.

Previously only available on AT&T, a memo has surfaced online stating the Moto Maker feature will arrive on Sprint starting November 11.

Though the memo is questionable, Sprint's recent Moto X price cut indicates it might be priming the device for the holidays and hopefully other carriers won't be too far behind.

There's only a week left to find out if Sprint customers can give their Moto X a make-over, and honestly, it's about time Motorola spreads the love.

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