Posts From Asad Rafi
Recently, we heard that Samsung is working on a smartwatch, and now it seems that we will see it soon at Samsung’s Unpacked event on September 4 in Berlin. SAMMobile
Motorola introduced a trade up program last year just for Moto phones, so you could trade an old selected device with a new selected smartphone, and also get a $100 back.
LG recently launched a new flagship device known as the LG G2. The device looks tough overall and I think it will bring LG back in the smartphone race with
In 2013, HP announced a lot of Android powered devices, like the Slate 21 and the Slatebook x2, and now it seems they are planning to launch the successor of
Ladies and Gentlemen, it is now confirmed that Sony will be there in Berlin for the press conference ahead of the IFA 2013. On Sept. 4, Sony will unveil everything from
Just earlier this month, we heard about the Samsung Hennessy, a device with a dual 3.3-inches flip-phone design and then we saw a leaked shot of it as well. On Wednesday, Samsung
Verizon is offering a number of amazing high end smartphones and now it seems they might be adding a bunch of affordable Android smartphones to their line as well. PhoneArena
Samsung Galaxy Note III is the next hot device everyone is looking forward to, and we might see it in Berlin on September 4 2013. Battery time is one of
HTC One Max is making a lot of hype in the news nowadays, and recently we saw some leaked images of it. The device is nothing but an extra-large version
It seems Sprint got a lot of devices up their sleeves as a leaked document by Engadget suggests. However, few of the devices are Android powered and we might see
Earlier this month, we heard about the HTC One Max, a phablet made to go head-to-head with the famous Galaxy Note series. And recently, it was rumored that we might
Do you remember the Notion Ink Adam? An Android tablet that took ages to hit the market and then we rarely heard about it again. Although from few months, Notion
Just a few days ago, T-Mobile came up with a new plan known as the T-Mobile JUMP, which also means Just Upgrade My Phone! It allows the user to upgrade their phones
Ads are always annoying, especially when you have to go through them while using a free app. Having an ad on your lockscreen every time you turn your phone on?