Fairphone Goes on Sale Next Week
The new ethical smartphone, Fairphone, is likely to be launch next week.
If you’re an ethically minded person that likes to take responsibility about the effects your smartphone can have on our planet, then from next week you can put your mind at ease with the launch of the new Fairphone.
The Fairphone will run on the Android operating system and is for the socially conscious that has less on a negative impact on the world around us and those who build them.
The asking price for this ethical smartphone is currently £250, but the phone will only be made it at least 5,000 people ask for it. Although this may sound like a big target, over 12,000 as of today have registered their interest
Nokia have teased their latest Lumia device before its launch next week.
Nokia has scheduled a launch event on the 14th May where they will apparently introduce the world to their new device running on the Windows Phone 8 operating system.
Reports have indicated that the handset on show will be the Lumia 928.
Today the Finnish manufacturer has launched a teaser page on their website to give us a peek at what they have in store for us a walk from today.
The design seems to be that of a typical Lumia handset, with nothing too drastic or different being shown.
Details of the upcoming BlackBerry R10 have appeared online.
Last month a photo was spotted of an unnamed BlackBerry device with a full QWERTY keyboard, and not much has been seen of it since.
But today the handset has been spotted again, this time in a bright red colour, and is exactly the same as the one we saw a month ago. But the altered paint job shows us that the Canadian company will be trying to cater to different tastes.
In addition to this new picture, a list of possible specifications for the new BlackBerry have been leaked online.
According to the list, the BlackBerry R10 will share a lot of similarities to the Q10.
Samsung have announced their latest handset: the Galaxy Core.
With their high and low end handsets, it looks as though Samsung are trying to fill in every gap in the market, but there’s one gap that’s missing.
So the Korean company have confirmed another one of their handsets, the Samsung Galaxy Core.
The handset will be aimed at the lower end of the smartphone market but will look like a cross between the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4, with the internal specifications of the Galaxy S2.
The Galaxy Core will have a 4.3 inch screen, but it won’t be Super AMOLED and will have a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. This will be powered by a 1.2GHz dual core processor with 1GB of