At CES 2015 Alcatel OneTouch announced the Idol 3 series budget phones that could be used right-side-up and upside-down. Then, it just felt like yet another budget Android phone fighting for attention in a flooded market. But when review units were sent out later in the year, the Android world couldn’t believe how great of ... Read More »
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Oppo has developed quite a reputation for its extremely well-spec’d devices, as well as its interesting advancements in the world of smartphones. The company has experimented with revolving cameras and creating some of the thinnest devices on the market. While its portfolio is already diverse, the company has announced that it will soon ... Read More »
Facebook has been hard at work developing apps that branch off of the massive social network. The latest arrival is Facebook Lite, a newly-launched app that’s aimed at low-end Android phones and poor network connections. The app is minuscule, coming in at just 252KB in size, making it ideal for entry-level Android phones with ... Read More »
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Samsung’s launching a slew of entry-level devices this morning. All of the models are running the same software, which happens to be Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Samsung’s TouchWiz Essence skin. If you’re wondering what TouchWiz Essence is, it’s really just a version of TouchWiz for low-end phones that can’t handle the full version. The specs vary ... Read More »
When Motorola officially announced the T-Mobile Charm yesterday, it elicited responses from our readers like – “Woohoo, another cheap, bottom of the line failed attempt at a smartphone”. That couldn’t be further from the truth, because the Charm is actually the fastest entry-level Android phone to ever be released.
Normally when we think low-end ... Read More »
HTC unveiled the new Android-powered Wildfire today which is their new entry-level device set to replace the Tattoo. The Wildfire will be available in Europe and Asia by Q3 2010, but there is always the chance for any HTC device to show up in the U.S.
Highlights of the Wildfire include Android 2.1 with Sense ... Read More »