We have heard many times in the past about how Samsung is preparing to launch a Tizen-based smartphone. Samsung has used the platform in other devices like their wearables for example. Earlier this year, Samsung had announced the Tizen-powered Samsung Z, although the handset was delayed and seemingly cancelled.
So what gives? Will Samsung ever launch a Tizen device? Well they will and apparently they will be of the low-end variety, perhaps trying to compete in a market where price might be a priority, as opposed to specs and features, and more importantly where Apple is pretty much non-existent. Read full post →Samsung’s First Tizen Smartphone Could Arrive In India This November
While BlackBerry has created many QWERTY devices over the years, it is safe to say that the BlackBerry Passport has to be one of their more unique creations to do. For those hearing about the Passport for the first time, it is an upcoming handset from BlackBerry that will feature a QWERTY keyboard.
However the keyboard is also a gesture-based keyboard, meaning that users can swipe over it to perform certain commands, as well as press the keys for regular typing. This cuts out the need for a large touchscreen display as well as the need for a touchpad-like device found in BlackBerry’s other QWERTY devices. That being said, it seems that BlackBerry could be working on newer keyboard-based devices that could be just as interesting, if not more. Read full post →BlackBerry “Visa” And “Victoria” Devices Rumored For 2015