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Ubuntu phones coming by the end of this year

Well folks, the wait is almost over. Now we have it officially confirmed – Meizu will be one of the companies to make the first Meizu smartphone. It won’t be alone though with Spain-based BQ Readers also jumping on the opportunity.

No other details are known — like when exactly these devices will be available for purchase — but we should get all the missing details soon.

Moreover, Canonical’s founder Mark Shuttleworth said that we’ll see two additional manufacturers with “household names” coming on board in 2015. We can only speculate which these two companies are.

He went on to add that they are working to bring top 50 mobile apps to Ubuntu by the end of the year. Among the companies that have already agreed to support the platform are Evernote, LastPass and Grooveshark, but there’s obviously a lot of work to do.

Meanwhile, we expect to see some phones and demos at Ubuntu’s booth in Barcelona. Can’t wait. ;)

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Facebook buys WhatsApp for $19 billion

I was wondering how in the world WhatsApp will ever make some serious money despite offering great service. Now we all know. They just made a ton of cash and then some.

Facebook acquired these guys for the record-breaking $19 billion! That’s an impressive amount of money for any company, let along the one that’s been around for just 5 years. Of that sum, $16 billion will come in cash and shares, and an addition $3 billion in restricted stock.

Yeah, Facebook is betting big on messaging and wants to tap WhatsApp’s huge user base to show them some ads.

Speaking of user base, WhatsApp has 450 million users (compared to Facebook Messenger’s approximately 53 million), while adding 1 million new users per day. Even more impressive, 70% of WhatsApp users are active every day.

“WhatsApp’s extremely high user engagement and rapid growth are driven by the simple, powerful and instantaneous messaging capabilities we provide,” said Jan Koum, WhatsApp co-founder and CEO. “We’re excited and honored to partner with Mark and Facebook as we continue to bring our product to more people around the world.”

Similarly to Instagram, WhatsApp will maintain its brand and will continue to operate as a standalone application.

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New Samsung Exynos chip to be announced next week

Samsung is preparing to unveil a new Exynos chip at Mobile World Congress. Not much is known about the upcoming Exynos Infinity but it gotta be better than what Sammy is currently making. So we may be looking at 64-bit SoC that could pack different LTE radios, helping the Korean giant dump Qualcomm as a chip supplier for its top phones.

This, of course, is just our speculation and with Sammy’s huge demand, they’ll still have to rely on other companies to make chips for all devices they sell around the world.

Back in November 2013, Samsung said they’re developing their own 64-bit AP solution. At that time, we’ve learned that the first generation 64-bit AP will use ARM’s core while the next-gen will be based on Samsung’s own core.

Exciting times ahead… Especially for Samsung shareholders. ;)

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Samsung

Chances are Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S5 at next week’s Mobile World Congress. However, at that time we may see the full HD version only, while the improved model with QHD (2,560 x 1,440 pixels) screen will be launched later in the year.

According to some reports, the Korean company is struggling to make QHD panels and will have to postpone the launch. Meanwhile, users will be able to grab the full HD Galaxy S5 starting from March.

The rumors go on to suggest this will be the first phone in the Galaxy S series to rock a water- and dust-proof body a la Sony Xperia Z devices, making the “Active” series pretty much obsolete.

The Galaxy S5 will have a LG G2-like 5.2-inch display, 16-megapixel camera, a ton of built-in storage and 3GB of RAM. Bear in mind that these all rumors and that “nothing is official until it’s official.” Nevertheless, we’re excited to try out the next Galaxy S smartphone as soon as possible. ;)

[Via: Unwired View]

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Asus Padfone Infinity Lite

Asus keeps unveiling new Padfones like it’s nobody’s business. After the Padfone Mini, Padfone X and Padfone E, we have the Padfone Infinity Lite. This model, however, is pretty much what the original Padfone Infinity was all about. While the current Infinity 2 rocks Qualcomm Snapdragon 800, this unit gets its power from a slightly slower Snapdragon 600 quad-core chip clocked at 1.7GHz (just like the original Padfone Infinity).

Rest of the specs include a 5-inch full HD screen, 13-megapixel rear camera, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and a 2,400 mAh battery. The tablet dock has a 10.1-inch full HD screen and a 5,000 mAh battery.

Unfortunately, keyboard dock wasn’t mentioned and we can only hope Asus hasn’t abandoned that idea. Cause it made their concept even better.

The Padfone Infinity Lite “phone part” will be available in March for 13,990 TWD (about $463), while the tablet dock will cost an additional 7,000 TWD (around $230). Yup, you can get more potent Nexus 5 and some mid-range tablet for the same amount of cash. Not sure what Asus is smoking thinking…

[Via: PhoneArena]

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Oppo Find 7

Oppo is gearing towards launching the Find 7 on March 19th. Meanwhile, we got the image above which apparently shows the upcoming phone’s back. Yup, that’s the purple version but we’re certain the Find 7 will also be available in some other color.

In related news, Oppo’s upcoming flagship has been caught at AnTuTu benchmarks, which reveal us that this monster-phone will be available in two different variants. One model will have a now-standard (for high-end phones) full HD (1920 x 1080) screen and Snapdragon MSM8974 quad-core processor clocked at 2.26 GHz. The other model, which will be the true flagship, rocks a QHD display with resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, as well as the latest (and greatest) Snapdragon 800 chip – MSM8974AC. In addition, both variants come with 3GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage while Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is running the show.

The test results suggest that the version with full HD screen is faster despite having a slightly slower CPU. It’s only obvious that all those extra pixels make computations more complex hence the AnTuTu score is lower. Still, we doubt future owners of the QHD version will notice any lag. Can’t wait to try it out. ;)

Here are the mentioned AnTuTu benchmark scores for those who like to dig through numbers:

[Via: G4Games]

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Huawei Ascend P7

We thought Huawei will officially announce the Ascend P7 in April? Perhaps our sources were wrong, cause the press image is ready and as far as we (don’t) know, the Chinese company may use Mobile World Congress to unveil its next flagship.

As you can see for yourself, this is one sexy device that will undoubtedly help Huawei keep its position among the top handset makers. Heck, it even manages to climb a spot or two.

From what we’ve heard, the Ascend P7 will keep the P6′s fancy look and feel, while boasting an improved front and rear cameras, as well as a slightly bigger 5-inch full HD screen (as opposed to 4.7-inch 720p HD one). Moreover, it should have a faster quad- or perhaps octa-core chip and the same amount of RAM (2GB). We may or may not get all other details next week. We’ll see…

[Via: NowhereElse.fr]

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Nokia Treasure Tag

Some time ago we’ve told you that Nokia is working on the Treasure Tag, a small device made to complement the company’s smartphones and allow users to keep their valuables in place. Well, it’s now officially official and will soon hit the stores all around the world.

Measuring just 30 x 30 x 10 mm and weighing in at just 13 grams, the Nokia Treasure Tag is a small enough to be attached to a key chain. And that’s the idea – to always know where your keys are. At the same time, you will also know where your smartphone is, cause the Tag communicates with a Lumia smartphone.

Thanks to the built-in NFC technology, pairing is as seamless as it should be. You can connect up to four different Nokia Treasure Tags to also keep track of your bag, purse or whatever. God forbid you lose something, you’ll hear an audible sound to easily locate your lost item. Plus, you can see it on a map, which will display the last known location. Powerful stuff.

Nokia Treasure Tag will be available in four different colors: cyan, yellow, white and black; with a recommended retail price of €24,90 ($29.90). It is expected to start selling in April to retailers globally. Right from the bet, the Treasure Tag will work with Lumia phones that have the Lumia Black update; there will also be third-party applications for Android and iOS devices.

Nokia Treasure Tag

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Xiaomi phones coming to Malaysia, India, Indonesia and Thailand!

On the heels of the recently opened office in Singapore, Xiaomi announced expansion to other countries in the region, including Malaysia, India, Indonesia and Thailand.

The fast-growing handset maker is looking for carrier partners as we speak to convince them to offer both the mid-end Hongmi/Redmi and high-end Mi3 smartphones.

Unfortunately though, Xiaomi failed to mention anything about Europe and North America. Guess their strategy is to focus on Asia first and only then expand to other regions.

Anyhow, those who tried Xiaomi phones have nothing but good things to say about them; these are solidly built devices with fancy UI running on top of Android. In that sense, I’m glad to announce that our own Xiaomi Mi3 review is coming any day now. Perhaps even later today. Stay tuned. ;)

[Via: GizChina]

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Google I/O 2013

Google I/O has received an official date, thanks to a Google+ post from Sundar Pachai. Google I/O 2014 will take place on June 25th and 26th at the usual fare, Moscone West in San Francisco.

Google is changing up the ticketing system this year, in an effort to smooth out the rough process of purchasing tickets for the developer’s conference. The new registration system is a lottery of sorts, with interested attendees notifying Google of their interest and Google picking random applicants. This differs from previous years, where tickets to the conference would go on sale and be quickly snatched up only to be sold on eBay for absorbent prices.

Like years past, the events of Google I/O will be livestreamed for those who cannot attend the event.

Google will be opening up the Google I/O 2014 attendance application process soon, so be on the lookout for more details on Google’s new registration process soon.

via: Android Central

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Tmobile4

According to a report from FierceWireless, T-Mobile will be reconfiguring the company’s JUMP! program, which allows customers to trade in their handsets twice a year. The changes to JUMP! will include tablets as well as smartphones, and will allow customers to trade in their devices as many times as they desire, provided that 50% of the device has been paid off. Current JUMP! customers can trade in a device twice a year six months after they enrolled in the program.

“Whenever you’re ready to upgrade, trade in your device and T-Mobile will pay your remaining device payments up to 50% of the device cost. There is no more waiting period or limit to the number of times you can upgrade per year.” – T-Mobile statement to FierceWireless

The new JUMP! program features will take effect on February 23rd.

via: FierceWireless

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