With Microsoft’s agreement with Nokia, we all knew that the Nokia brand name used on their smartphones would not be kept around forever. In fact Microsoft had slowly hinted that they would be shifting the branding away from Nokia and possibly replace it with Microsoft. There have also been leaks which revealed the Microsoft branding on a possible smartphone.
That being said, Microsoft has recently confirmed to the folks at The Verge that they will indeed be rebranding their smartphones to the Microsoft Lumia moniker. Nokia France will be the first country to adopt the Microsoft Lumia branding for its Facebook, Twitter, and other social media accounts, and other countries are expected to follow suit in the following weeks. Read full post →Microsoft Lumia Moniker Will Replace Nokia Brand On Future Smartphones
Our smartphones are extremely powerful these days and as technology progresses, we can only imagine that they will get even more powerful. But the question is, do we actually need that much power? How many of us actually uses apps or runs activities on their phones that might require so much processing and graphics power?
Well if you are such a user, or if you’re hoping to future proof your smartphone for the next couple of years, you might be interested to learn that Samsung could be planning to roll out the Samsung Galaxy S5 Plus to other markets around the world. The handset originally debuted in Singapore as the Galaxy S5 4G+ which was a variation of the Galaxy S5. Read full post →Samsung Galaxy S5 Plus Appears On Samsung Netherlands’ Website