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Tuesday 25th August 2015 by David Byrne in Mobile Accessories.
Mobile Fun have launched the new Motorola Moto 360 2nd Generation Smartwatch. Available to pre-order in two variants, the successor to the Moto 360 is expected to launch at IFA 2015 conference in Berlin.
One variant of the Moto 360 2nd Gen is sized at 46.5mm with a cognac leather band and is available for pre-order for $392.49 while the smaller variant of the watch is available for $326.99. The smaller Moto 360 2nd Gen comes in two colors – one with a dark stainless steel strap and the other – light stainless steel.
The smartwatch looks and feels like a premium timepiece – keeping the flat tire design but with added lugs for the strap. The crown button is moved to the 2 o’clock position. The larger variant of the latest Moto 360 will come with a 375mAh battery – and the smaller one with a 270mAh battery.
Like the original, the 360 2 will be powered by Android Wear and will boast all of the features of Google’s smartwatch software including Google Now and various customization options on its interface. There will also be the option to change the straps, meaning you can customise the watch to look the way that you want it to or just change the straps around to suit your clothing.
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Rumors have been circulating that Motorola are preparing to launch the 2nd generation of the Moto 360 smartwatch and Motorola themselves have, seemingly, gone out of their way to fuel the fire. In Chicago, Google+ and Reddit observers spotted Motorola’s employee’s wearing the next gen 360 whilst they were out and about.
From the images you can determine a few new things about the watch. Firstly, the wake button has been moved from the original 3 o’clock position in a move, we believe, is designed to prevent accidental pressing which results in more screen-on time which drains the battery life. On the top and bottom there are lugs which are designed to give the watch a more “traditional” look and feel.
One flaw many were hoping would disappear in the next iteration of the smartwatch was the “flat tire” at the bottom of the display but it seems that the people in hope are set to be disappointed as the images show that the watch won’t be getting an LG style, fully-circular display.
So the launch we have all been waiting for has finally been and gone, with Samsung launching its most groundbreaking and technologically advanced devices yet. One being the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ – this device teams all the newest technology and specifications eagerly awaited for by many Android users, such as wireless charging, 4GB of RAM and the most state-of-the-art Exynos 7 octa-core processor; as well as Samsung’s trademark sleek design of thin edges and 5.7 inch curved screen fully maximizing the user experience as well as continuing the previous devices theme of a metal and glass construction.
Thursday 13th August 2015 by Charlotte Villiers in News.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is due to be released sooner than we think! The new device is expected to be announced earlier than the usual September release but may be available in store as early as 21st August from rumors around TechRadar. The new Note 5 is promised to be the most exciting ‘phablet’ created and ready to hit the market with numerous expected changes, upgrades and adaptations to boast a better user experience for its anticipated owners. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 is rumored to offer solutions to the previous models frustrations such as a new processor with the Exynos 7422 processor making its debut, improved RAM storage, improved front camera and a bigger and better battery life! So what top ten accessories do you need to prepare for this upcoming forthcoming Note 5 release? Here at Mobile Fun we have rounded up the best accessories you need for your new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and you can buy them right here at Mobile Fun’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Accessories category. Be sure to check out our unbeatable range of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Cases too.
Tuesday 26th May 2015 by David Byrne in Mobile Accessories.
Following the regulatory changes by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), air couriers such as UPS, DHL, Royal Mail and OCS declared that they will not ship inflammable liquid items.
Our products do not qualify for this category, however our shipping partners have declared that they will not ship any liquids
We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. We are seeking other options to efficiently ship liquid while remaining in compliance with the new regulations. Please check back as we update the site with updated information regarding shipments of liquid products.
Tuesday 21st April 2015 by David Byrne in Mobile Accessories.
With the Galaxy S6 set to hit Best Buy stores as early as next week, anticipated owners begin to browse around for accessories to address any perceived deficiencies with the device. Samsung’s Galaxy S6 is a new beginning – having deviated entirely from the S5’s design. It’s packed with a tonne of great features; stunning Quad HD super AMOLED display, updated fingerprint scanner, a camera featuring almost instantaneous auto-focus – and a whole lot more. Following a stream of positive in-depth reviews – the first being Recombu’s, some soon-to-be owners of the device will have their eye’s on not only new and great features – but drawbacks too. Here’s a round-up of the best accessories for the Samsung Galaxy S6. All accessories featured can be found in Mobile Fun’s Samsung Galaxy S6 Accessories category. Read on to see the top accessories. Read more
Saturday 21st March 2015 by David Byrne in News.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and it’s flagship companion, the Galaxy S6 Edge has arrived at selected Best Buy stores across the US, according to reports on Reddit. Display and demo units of the device, according to claims published yesterday, were shipped to stores where they will be available to shoppers as early as Friday 27th March. Read more
Sunday 22nd February 2015 by David Byrne in Mobile Accessories.
Expected to be officially announced on 1st March 2015 at the MWC show in Barcelona, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to feature a full metal body and curved screen technology – as seen with the Galaxy Note Edge. Samsung’s teasers so far suggest the phone will be powerful – a great performer with increased battery life despite it having less capacity than its predecessor – the Galaxy S5. Earlier this year, BGR reported that two new Samsung devices – the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge – would be made entirely from aluminium and glass. The report, based on a series of leaks and rendered by two designers – show two premium-design devices to match the expected premium price tag. If you’re sure the Galaxy S6 is your next phone, be ahead of the launch and consider protective cases from trusted brands. Read on to see our range of the best Galaxy S6 cases so far.
Wednesday 21st January 2015 by David Byrne in Mobile Accessories.
An iPhone 6 survived a drop from the edge of space having being dropped from a height of over 100,000 feet. Withstanding temperatures as cold as -79 degrees Fahrenheit and winds of up to 70mph, the iPhone 6 wrapped in an Urban Armor Gear case landed safely back to earth – and still worked. Read more
Wednesday 24th September 2014 by Julien Guiguet in BlackBerry.
BlackBerry revealed the Passport smartphone today. With a 4.5 inch screen and a touch keyboard, the Passport sets itself apart from the current smartphones on the market. In preparation for today’s launch we have been setting up our BlackBerry Passport accessories for availability once the first phones ship..
BlackBerry is no longer trying to primarily focus on acquiring new users to their smartphone, but to win back their core business customers. The Passport’s large square face is aimed at business customers who need to read and manage documents straight from their smartphones. With the BlackBerry Passport, you can see a full desktop web page on the screen. Pages load quickly and render exceptionally, making web pages easier to read.
The BlackBerry Passport comes with the familiar touch keyboard. The physical keyboard gives more typing accuracy and leaves more screen space for viewing. It is also responsive to touch so you can scroll web pages, flick to type or slide along the keys to move the cursor. Not sure if the physical keyboard will be as necessary as it was when BlackBerry first introduced it to market.
The battery life on the Passport is quite impressive with 3450 mAh battery and up to 30 hours of battery life.
BlackBerry also introduced a new application, BlackBerry Blend, to help professionals work more efficiently by connecting a BlackBerry smartphone with the person’s computer or tablet.