Order the new Samsung Galaxy S III from Clove

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If you are waiting to pick up the Samsung Galaxy S III when it finally hits the shelves you may want to get in quick with a pre-order at Clove.

Both the pebble blue and white variants are available for £499.99 including VAT and while not a cheap phone you will get the latest and greatest Android experience.

With a host of top end specs such as a 4.8 inch HD Super AMOLED display, a Quad-Core processor and a 8 megapixel auto focus camera with flash & zero shutter lag, the Samsung Galaxy S III is going to be highly popular.

If you want to get in quick with your order you can click here.

You can see the Samsung Galaxy S III’s full specs below:

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HTC Desire C Full Specs and video


If you are eyeing up the HTC Desire C as your next smartphone you are going to need to know its specifications.

While they may not be the highest, it is nice to see Android 4.0 running on low cost device. We already told you that T-Mobile would be offering the Desire C for £169.99 on Pay As You Go so the small but up to date handset should do pretty well in the consumer market.

You can see the its full specifications and video below:

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This weeks Bargain Basement

Bargain Basement

From this weeks Mobile Tech Addicts podcast, below are the Smartphone and tablet bargains we found. If you are after a great deal check out the offerings our good man Gareth discovered.

We have a BlackBerry, an Android, a Windows Phone and an iPad. Something for everyone.

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New BlackBerry TV advert

BlackBerry UK have added a new TV advert to their YouTube channel. The advert will appear tonight prior to the Britain’s Got Talent results. If you cant wait that long you can see it below.

We believe life’s made up of two kinds of people. Those content to go with the flow, and those who grab life with both hands. If you are someone who seizes opportunities, asks the questions, makes things happen, BlackBerry is designed for you.




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Samsung announce the Omnia M Windows Phone

Omnia M

It has been some time now since we saw a new Windows Phone from Samsung. The Omnia M is due to launch initially in Europe in the not too distant future and looks to be a pretty sweet Windows Phone.

Sporting a 4 inch Super AMOLED display, powered by a single core 1GHz processor and with a 5 mega pixel camera the Omnia M may well be over shadowed by the Samsung Galaxy S III and Note but it looks to be a nice mid range handset if the price is right.

My only concern is the 4GB of internal storage space. The device appears to not have support for a MicroSD card which puts a huge limit on the phones capabilities.

Still, if it is cheap enough I am sure the carriers will sell plenty.


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EU roaming charges set to fall from July


It’s about time this was addressed as us mobile users get ripped off if we travel overseas.  From July 2012 European Union roaming prices are set to be capped thanks to a parliament vote.

After July 1st operators will only be able to charge 29 euro cents (24p) a minute to make a call, 8 cents (7p) a minute to receive a call, 9 cents (8p) to send a SMS message and 70 cents a megabyte (58p) for data usage.

The long term plan is for EU roaming prices to stay the same as domestic which would save many of us a small fortune. The EU also plans to allow consumers to pick a separate operator for roaming without changing SIM cards from 2014.

EU rapporteur and MEP Angelika Niebler said: “Parliament has succeeded in its call for cheaper roaming prices for consumers, and in particular for data roaming.

“In addition, from July 2014, consumers will be able to choose an operator other than their national operator for roaming services. The new rules will also help to open up the market to new entrants and so increase competition.”

Great news all round.


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BlackBerry Curve 9320 UK Carrier Prices

BlackBerry Curve 9320_Black_ENGuk_FrontWith the BlackBerry Curve 9320 launching imminently I thought it may be a good idea to let you have all the carrier prices that have been sent to me in one convenient place. There are not massive differences but some offers are certainly a little more attractive. The other thing to remember if you are picking up the new Curve is to not just go with the cheapest deal but to check you have good network coverage at home/work or school.

I have been hands on with the new device today and I can honestly say it is a massive improvement over the 8520/9300 that have done so well here in the UK. There should be no reason why our teenagers should not stay Team BlackBerry.

The BlackBerrey Curve 9320 is a beauty!

T-Mobile UK  will have the 9320 available free from £15.50 per month on a 24 month plan, or for £149.99 on pay as you go.

Carphone Warehouse will have the handset from free on £20.50 per month contract and SIM free from £129.95 in black.

Orange UK is pleased to announce that it will shortly be offering the BlackBerry 9320 free from £10.50 per month on a 24 month plan, or for £139.99 on pay as you go.

Three are charging a respectable £139.99 on PAYG. 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.

Vodafone are still to confirm prices at this stage I’m afraid but this post will be updated as soon as they let me know their plan of action.


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BlackBerry Curve 9320 goes official

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Over on the BlackBerry Blog they are officially introducing us to the new Curve 9320. If you are interested in a low cost but wonderful new BlackBerry you may want to check back here tomorrow. Wink, wink!
The following text comes from Donny who is the new Blog manager over at RIM.
Style meets practicality

The first thing I noticed was just how well the BlackBerry Curve 9320 smartphone fit in my hand, and how good it looks at the same time. If you’re someone who’s really into messaging and social networking this BlackBerry smartphone is a wise choice. You get the best in class QWERTY keyboard for easy typing, a dedicated button for BlackBerry® Messenger (BBM) – !!! – and it’s available in multiple colors so you can express your personal style. (Note: Please check with your carrier for color availability.)

Next Generation BlackBerry 7.1 OS

After you turn the BlackBerry Curve 9320 smartphone on and start it up, you’ll notice that it’s running BlackBerry® 7.1 OS. It gives you a smooth and fast BlackBerry smartphone experience, which I noticed most while I was browsing the web. The new OS adds features like Mobile Hotspot (Wi-Fi® sharing), which allows you to connect up to five additional devices. It also has FM radio so you can tune into your favorite local radio stations.

Peace of mind at your fingertips with Parental Controls

For you parents out there considering the purchase of a smartphone to stay in touch, rest assured that your child or teen can safely use their BlackBerry Curve 9320 smartphone to have fun while giving you peace of minds thanks to new parental controls. With Parental Controls, you have the ability to limit or restrict certain phone numbers, websites, and various social networking apps.

Well, there you have it: three things you should know about the BlackBerry Curve 9320. It’s designed to make messaging and accessing social networks incredibly easy, it’s running the latest BlackBerry OS, and it features handy parental controls for peace of mind. I think this may just be one of the best BlackBerry Curve smartphones for someone who is considering their first smartphone.


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Winners of the Skype HD Webcam and headset


We are a little late announcing the winners to the Skype competition we ran last month. Apologies but we forgot! Anyway, thanks to the hundreds who entered.

The three lucky Twitter winners are: @szzoti, @Mobile_Dom and @cclarky85

We will contact you and pass your details onto Skype who will arrange shipment of your prizes.

Thanks to all who entered. We will have another competition coming up very soon.


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BlackBerry 10 home screen and media player looking good


A few more images have leaked of BlackBerry 10 and they look pretty hot if you ask me. According to N4BB once the phone is unlocked you see the last four applications that were running. 

These images may not be final software but from the sneak peeks we saw at BlackBerry World things are looking up for RIM and this new OS could really get them back in the game in certain markets.

While we are on the subject of certain markets I took a trip to the local Verizon store in Orlando and I was astonished to see that they do not sell a single BlackBerry. No wonder BlackBerry sales in America are falling so rapidly. I just don’t understand why the carriers would not offer all operating systems. Weird.

You can see images of the media player below. A vast improvement over the current offerings on BlackBerry 7 devices for sure. I know I will get criticized for saying this but I am convinced that BlackBerry 10 will have a big dent on the iOS and Android market. The only concern I have is how many people will sign up to a two year plan with the iPhone 5 prior to BlackBerry 10 launching.

We would love to hear your thoughts either in the forum or in the Facebook app at the base of each of our posts.

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