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Samsung announces TecTiles 2 NFC tags for Galaxy S4

by George Iosifidis Given the fact that Samsung Galaxy S4 does not support the original TecTiles NFC tag, we all were waiting for their successor, which have arrived today. According to Samsung, the TecTiles 2 NFC tags are perfectly compatible with Galaxy S4 and are now available for $14.99 in a pack for five at Samsung.com. The tags will also […] 22 May 2013 at 08:12 am
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UMI X2: A quad-core 5-inch 1080p device at...only 200 euros

by Christine Kitsati This is a Chinese smartphone that features great specs but makes a difference with its low cost. We're talking about the UMI X2, a 5-inch 1080p device that will be released in the Indian market for only 200 euros. The device features a quad-core MediaTek MTK6589 1,2GHz processor with PowerVR SGX544 graphics, 2GB RAM, 32GB […] 28 February 2013 at 02:50 pm
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ZTE Open: These are the specs of the first Firefox OS (MWC 2013)

by Christine Kitsati And while we all prepare for the "avalanche" of new smartphones and tablets in Spanish territory, another device leaks before the report. No other but the ZTE Open, the first smartphone of the Chinese company which integrates Firefox OS and for which we now know its specs. The device-as seen in the photo showing the […] 24 February 2013 at 10:38 pm
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Sony Xperia SP: All leaked information collected

by Christine Kitsati Rumors want Sony to present during MWC 2013, the Xperia SP and Xperia L, as we have written before. And the company may not have planned a press conference, but there are many people who claim that we'll see the first devices in Spain. For one of the devices, the so called Sony Xperia SP, […] 23 February 2013 at 04:26 pm
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Mobile phones change throughout 31 years

by Christine Kitsati And as the Mobile World Congress 2013 is "imminent", our mind thinks more and more about mobile phones and smartphones. And since they are in the news more than any other time of year, what could be a better occasion than this to pesent a "historical" infographic about mobile phones? Three decades of devices are […] 20 February 2013 at 01:47 pm
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HTC One is Official: 4,7 inch screen with 1080p analysis and "Ultrapixel'' camera

by Christine Kitsati The leaks end here and the HTC One is now a reality! On two parallel events in London and New York, the new top device of the Taiwanese company has finally (!) Officially premiered. The HTC One has a LCD 4,7 inch Gorilla Glass 2 screen, with 1080p resolution and an impressive pixel density of […] 19 February 2013 at 08:19 pm
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Polytron's transparent smartphone is revealed! Do you like it?

by Christine Kitsati We had written about this a few days ago, but now we find out more details as the Mobile Geeks visited manufacturer Polytron Technologies and saw it up close. This is the Transparent Smartphone, the first truly transparent mobile in the world which the company is developing in order to allocate it some time in […] 17 February 2013 at 01:12 pm
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Finally, this is the HTC One

by Christine Kitsati Evleaks and his famous account on twitter leaked a photo of the HTC One (this seems to be the final name of the HTC M7) which appears to be official. A few days before the official announcement of the device in planned events by HTC on February 19 in London and New York, it seems […] 12 February 2013 at 04:47 pm
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Nokia Lumia 1000: Is this the 41MPixels Lumia?

by Christine Kitsati We've been discussing it for some time and specifically we also wrote about it yesterday and ... Nokia is almost certainly preparing a Lumia smartphone, with a 808 Pureview standards camera. According to recent information, it is conceivable that this model be called Nokia Lumia 1000, as revealed by China Mobile. The smartphone with the […] 8 February 2013 at 03:50 pm
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Time "flies'' when you use your smartphone...

by Christine Kitsati Have you ever took your smartphone in your hands for... just a second ( for example to check the weather forecast) and when you let it,you realise that it's been 15 minutes or half an hour since you started using it (and sometimes you forget the reason why you used it anyway)? You're not alone […] 8 February 2013 at 01:52 pm