Following the news that Nokia is set to release a new range of smartphones and tablets we thought we’d delve into the archives to look at some of Nokia’s more unusual offerings.
Last week we reported that Lenovmotox16-930x636o is working on two new Moto X smartphones, codenamed Vertex and Vector Thin. Today, we have a new report from Evan Blass of Venture Beat, which suggests that the company will drop the Moto X name in favour of a new letter: Moto Z.
Sony announced an enormous smartphone this week, the Xperia XA Ultra. The self-described ‘stylish selfie-cam masterpiece’ does have some impressive specifications, as it comes with a massive six inch 1080p display and a powerful 16-megapixel front-facing camera with flash and optical image stablisation. If you ever tire of selfies, there’s also a 21.5-megapixel rear camera with hybrid autofocus.
Google’s bustling I/O developer conference kicked off this week, offering the company a chance to announce what’s coming next for Android and Chrome OS. As well as shedding more light on what we can expect from Android N, the Californian search giant also detailed its plans for Android Auto, announced a new version of Android Wear and unveiled two new messaging apps. The company’s Android Pay contactless payments service launched in the UK, too. Here are the highlights.
Losing your keys, wallet or phone is an absolute nightmare. We’ve all been there, that feeling of dread after an unsuccessful “three-tap check” of your pockets, the immediate accusations of everyone and everything nearby, the sofa tipping. Well thanks to Bluetooth tracking devices, you can easily locate your valuables and make all that a thing of the past. We take a look at the best Bluetooth tracking devices available now.