Thursday, 23 January 2014
The illustration below should help clear this up.
Wednesday, 22 January 2014
Newcomers to the mobile market such as ZTE, Archos, Oppo, Huawei and Lenovo tend to launch their products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas every January because they cannot compete with the others. The big manufacturers (Sony, HTC, LG, Nokia) launch tend to announce their flagships at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) held in Barcelona every February but in the case of Samsung they host their very own event a month after.
So for example this year expect Samsung to announce the Galaxy S5 at their standalone event in March with a view to worldwide release in April. Which brings us to the elephant in the room, the iPhone, they tend to announce/launch their phones in September at their standalone event the Worldwide developer conference(WWDC). A new trend has also developed where manufacturers tend to launch "Phablets" (devices such as the Galaxy Note series with screens over 5.5in) and tablets at the IFA Consumer electronics show held in Berlin every September.
So with all that in mind if you want the latest android/windows flagship, upgrade your phone between April and July, if it is the iPhone you are interested in then wait until the WWDC when the latest iteration is announced. The same goes for phablets and tablets, upgrading from October onwards is your best option.
I hope this explanation helps 8-)
Tuesday, 21 January 2014
- Galaxy S5 (Due March 2014)
- LG G3 (Due March 2014)
- HTC M8(One successor) (Due March 2014)
- Sony Z2 (Due March 2014)
- Galaxy Note 4 (due October 2014)
- Sony Z2 Ultra (due September 2014)
- Nexus 6 (due October 2014)
- iPhone 6 (Due Sep/Oct 2014)
- Microsoft/Nokia Lumia 1030?(the successor to the 41Megapixel 1020 due May 2014)
Friday, 17 January 2014
Hello and welcome to my tech blog!
I decided to put this together due to the keen interest I have in technology especially mobile.
The thought has been bubbling in my mind for years as to how to share my thoughts on tech news and advice so please enjoy the site and share with your friends :-)