Another week passed and the MWC hype is slowly settling down. Everybody is still talking about the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9, but the news hasnít been so completely overwhelmed and a lot of attention has been directed to other topics, like the ongoing Lollipop updates.
Android 5.1 was made official and builds are already available for a few Nexus devices. The new version brings a lot of goodies and addresses old irritations users had with earlier Lollipop builds. Meanwhile the industry is still busy, working on the Lollipop update for various smartphones.
Apple also made headlines with its "Spring forward" event, held on March 9. The rather pricy Apple watch was unveiled at the venue, as well as a new MacBook, thinner and lighter than ever and now in GOLD! The Xperia Z4 is still expected and as it turns out, so is an active version of the Galaxy S6, the LG G4 and not one, but two new HTC handsets - the HTC E9 and the One M9 Plus.
No other Sony Xperia smartphones with Android will be getting the latest Lollipop update.
The unannounced handset is expected to be a more capable version of HTC One M9.
Multiple different phones carry the "Zenfone 2" name, making things quite confusing.
The smartphone may get its official unveiling for the subcontinent at next week's Motorola event.
The unannounced smartphone will be a budget-friendly version of the HTC One M9 flagship.
Samsung's new flagship duo will launch in mid-April across Europe and other regions.
The Cyanogen firmware could arrive on the smartphone before the end of this month.
Users in Norway have been reporting various problems after updating their phones to Lollipop.
Although mostly similar to the Z3 design, the Z4 is a bit thinner and has a capless USB port.
The Korean giantís next flagship is expected to make its official debut at some point this spring.
Motorola Nexus 6 and HTC Nexus 9 will naturally be among the first to get the new OS version.
The Korean giantís duo of flagship smartphones has generated a lot of interest since its launch.
The German, French and UK version of the Microsoft store have already listed the phone.
The TENAA entry reveals details about the hardware of the upcoming 5.5" smartphone.
The rugged device will arrive in the future to complement the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge.
Available in 20 different models, the steel Watch pricing ranges from $549 to $1099; pre-orders start April 10.
We got a photo and specs of the upcoming rugged featurephone dubbed the B550 Xcover 3.