Motorola Droid 2 Turbo - Smartphone!

Check it out! Motorola are still in the Smartphone game. With this new Droid looking like it could be a contender with its rugged versatile design. It also has some serious strength when it comes to its screen and interestingly its camera...I wonder if its a Sony sensor? Anyway what make this particularly cool is the customisation options. So with out further ado check out this WhatGear review

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XPERIA Z5 Cases leak

Yet more leaks on the iminant Xperia Z5. So you buy a super expensive high quality smartphone. The first thing you should do if you're like most people a cheap bit of plastic to attach to it! Check these out.


Sony's UK Division Twitter-Tease Of A "Smartphone With Greater Focus"

Sony's UK Division Twitter-Tease Of A "Smartphone With Greater Focus"

Sony has been know to match up their flagship smartphone release schedule with the Berlin's IFA trade show and this year it appears that is no exception.

Sony Xperia's UK division posted a teaser photo on Twitter on Monday "smartphone with greater focus" included was a statement saying all will become clear on Sept. 2 which is two days before the official start of the 2015 IFA

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Samsung test drive for iPhone users

IN A DESPERATE BID TO TAKE ON APPLE, Samsung has launched a scheme that will offer iPhone users the chance to try out a Galaxy device for 30 days.

Ultimate Test Drive is available to confused punters in the US and is aimed at iPhone users who fancy a change of scenery and wouldn't mind trying out the Galaxy S6 Edge+ or Galaxy Note 5.

These loan phones, for which you'll have to pay $1 to borrow, ship with a free activated SIM card, and it doesn't appear as if they need to be on a specific carrier.

"For just $1, you can try one of our latest Samsung phones for 30 days with no obligation. Your test drive kit will come with the phone of your choice, an activated SIM card, and a step-by-step guide to help you start your test drive," a note on the Samsung website explained.

The firm added that those who become quite fond of the device and decide to defect from iOS to Android will continue to receive the special treatment.

"After 30 days, if you buy a qualifying Samsung device, there’s even more love in store for you," Samsung said.

BlackBerry or Windows Phone users who wouldn't mind giving them a try: bad luck. Samsung noted that the programme is only a ploy to steal customers away from rival Apple, so much so that they must sign up to it using their iPhone.

"Our programme gives iPhone users the opportunity to learn more about our latest Galaxy phones," Samsung said. "Due to the design of the programme, we request that you enroll from your iPhone device to receive your Test Drive 


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Samsung Galaxy O Series Could Be Related To Virtual Reality

Samsung Galaxy O Series Could Be Related To Virtual Reality

A couple of days ago, a rumor surfaced suggesting that Samsung has a new lineup of phones in the works that will be part of a new Galaxy O series of handsets. It was unclear as to what kind of devices the Galaxy O series might be, butthanks to a report by Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, we might have a better idea.

According to Munster, he claims that the Galaxy O series of smartphones could be related to virtual reality. He writes, “We believe Oculus in combination with Samsung could either launch a new phone series for VR as they are rumored to be releasing the “O Series” or, alternatively (but unlikely), it could be an all in one wireless VR headset.”

It is unclear as to what a phone dedicated to virtual reality might be like, but perhaps it could be a phone that will fit perfectly with the Gear VR. While Munster believes that it is unlikely that it could be a virtual reality headset, we’re not so sure we should close the door. Recently Samsung had confirmed that a new Gear VR is coming soon, so perhaps an all in one VR headset might not be that much of a stretch.

However it would be an odd choice to call the headset a “Galaxy” device since the Galaxy name is usually reserved for tablets and smartphones. In any case take this with a grain of salt for now, but hopefully we will find out more in the coming weeks.



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