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The words “budget” and “high-speed” rarely go together, but LG is looking to change all of that, with a smartphone that offers both with a premium name. Packing in 4G, a quarter-HD IPS screen, 5 megapixel camera, and $299 price, is this the best in class for budget buyers?
How big should a phone be? That’s the question Asus is asking with the Fonepad, a product that aims to bridge the gap between phone, tablet, and really provide a proper middle ground for anyone that’s unsure precisely what they want.
There’s nothing quite like a changing of the guard to shake things up, and with the next iteration of Samsung’s 10.1 inch Galaxy Tab, that’s exactly what’s happening, as Samsung makes the switch and jumps over to Intel.
LG’s getting its mitts into smartphones in a big way, updating its L series and Google Nexus smartphones, while introducing a new model that could see 4G put in the hands of anyone and everyone.
Fourth-generation connections make mobile broadband fantastic, but not everyone can afford the ticket price for a smartphone, and that’s where a new handset from Sony comes in, delivering 4G alongside an 8 megapixel camera, Android 4.1, and a high definition screen for not too much dosh.
Are phones too small for you? Well hold onto those jacket pockets, because here’s one that will be lucky to fit: a seven inch tablet that also works as a phone.
Sure, the 13 megapixel camera in the S4 was nice, but we’re still fans of last year’s Galaxy Camera, which provided so many possibilities by connecting a decent camera with a decent installation of Android. But rather than a straight follow-up, we’re hearing rumours that Samsung is eyeing something different.
Outside of a few select models, most phones won’t be replacing the quality of a compact camera any time soon, but a new small shooter from Canon aims to take over from the smartphone whenever you’re going out.
Huawei’s first big phone is bigger than Samsung’s own Galaxy Note, and coming with a 6.1 inch screen and a price tag well under $500, it might just prove to be the budget phablet you’re looking for.
Samsung has been on a winning streak lately, producing some top-notch handsets and winning acclaim around the world. The newest model in the four year strong Galaxy range has certainly been hyped up, and this handset now grabs almost as much attention as Apple’s coveted iPhone. Can Samsung’s S4 steal the show?