Archive for May 31st, 2013

Expansys drop the Samsung ATIV S price by half

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Looking for a Windows Phone? You may want to take advantage of the massive price drop Expansys are currently offering on the Samsung ATIV S. You can pick it up SIM free for just £244.99 – down from £499.99!

Features you’ll love:
  • HD Super AMOLED 4.8 inch display
  • Windows 8 – fresh new operating system with live tiles
  • 8MP Camera with LED flash – 1.9MP snapper on the front
  • 16GB Storage – microSD (up to 32GB)
  • Large 2300 mAh battery

Head on over to Expansys and grab yourself a bargain.

 

Posted by: James

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The Sony Xperia SP is now available on Three’s Ultrafast network on both Monthly and Pay As You Go price plans through online and in all Three stores.

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The Ultrafast ready Sony Xperia SP is available for £26 a month with no upfront cost on the Ultimate Internet 500 plan and for £29 a month with no upfront cost on The One Plan. Both plans come with no surprise out-of-bundle data charges and all-you-can-eat data.
The device is also available on Pay As You Go for £349.99 plus a top up. All in One 15 costs £15 and gives 30-day access to all-you-can-eat data along with 300 any-network minutes and 3,000 texts. Or All in One 25 costs £25 and offers 500 minutes, 3,000 texts and all-you-can-eat data for a 30-day period.

With a stunning premium design including a high-quality HD 4.6 inch screen the XperiaT SP offers the ultimate viewing experience. Perfect for scrolling through pictures, browsing the web or watching YouTube clips on Three’s new Ultrafast network. The colour changing notification bar can also be personalised to show when a call or text is received or even set to pulse to the beat of music – a must have to avoid missed calls and messages.

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HTC One just got sexier

htc-one-nexusJust as the Samsung Galaxy S4 has an exciting, new vanilla Android experience, HTC is offering the same experience for the HTC One, a phone widely regarded as the best on the market at the moment.

Removing what might be considered bloat this version of HTC One has had the pretty overlay of HTC Sense removed to make way for a pure Android experience. Recently, the same treatment had been given to the Samsung Galaxy S IV announced by Google at their Google I/O conference earlier this month. The HTC One had been rumoured as another possible experiment and it is only today that it has been confirmed as true.

Some will not understand the reasons for getting rid of the pretty interface on top of Android however anyone who has been using a Nexus device over the past few years will understand the benefits of the no-frills approach. Allowing developers more freedom, a fresh canvas for customisation and reported improvements to device stability and speed.

You can find out more over at the HTC Blog and check out Matt’s review the device here. It will be interesting to see if this becomes standard play for devices and how well they sell.

 

Posted by: Gareth

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