Alcatel shows off smartbook concept at MWC

Alcatel shows off smartbook concept at MWC

TCL, which is the owner of the Alcatel brand, has great plans for the future. During Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the company has demoed its smartbook concept to Engadget. The 11-inch MacBook Air-like laptop has no brains of its own; it rather relies on the hardware of a smartphone to effectively transform it into…

Nokia 220 and Nokia Asha 230 feature phones unveiled

Nokia 220 and Nokia Asha 230 feature phones unveiled

Aside from the Android-powered Nokia X range, the Finnish company also unveiled two low-cost feature phones – Nokia 220 and Nokia Asha 230. The first of the two is said to be Nokia’s most affordable Internet-connected phone ever, selling for €29 before taxes and subsidies. It has a 2.4-inch QVGA (240×320) screen, 2-megapixel camera, FM…

Asus Fonepad 7 gets LTE and dual-SIM variants

Asus Fonepad 7 gets LTE and dual-SIM variants

Asus isn’t announcing anything exciting at Mobile World Congress; all we have are two new Fonepad models – one with 4G LTE connectivity support, and another that can take two SIM cards. Aside from rocking a 4G radio, the Fonepad 7 LTE (model number ME372CL) remains the same under the hood. Its specs include a…

SanDisk unveils 128GB microSD card!

SanDisk unveils 128GB microSD card!

Well folks, the day has come. No longer will you have to move *anything* from your phone to computer — cause you’ll have enough storage on the phone itself. You’ll just need one thing – SanDisk’s new 128GB microSD card. The new memory card can “take” 16 hours of full HD video, 7,500 songs, 3,200…

Lenovo S860, S850 and S660 Android phones unveiled

Lenovo unveils new phones at MWC

Lenovo unveiled three new phones in Barcelona — Lenovo S860, S850 and S660 — none of which we would describe as super-phone. Instead this trio is targeting mid-end of the market. All of them come with dual-SIM capability, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, 3G + Wi-Fi connectivity, and should start selling from June of this year.…

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