I won't lie to you; I have no idea what the heck's been going on this week - on account of flying around and stuff. Fortunately, some guy called Me has laid out the week's mobile news below, all 21 hunks thereof.
The story what got the mostest comments was Moto G snatches 6% of UK smartphone market in just three months, the Moto G being one of the best value-for-money offerings in recent memory.
Next week encompasses the Samsung Galaxy S5's global release, on April 11 (Friday).
In the meantime, happy weekending!
- ZTE Grand S II: world’s first smartphone with 4GB of RAM? (3)
- Google issues mandatory ‘powered by Android’ guidelines, use them OR ELSE
- BB CEO Chen: keyboards for smartphones, BBM for desktops (3)
- Moto G Forte: a ruggedised Moto G? (2)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 leaked in pics
- HTC admits cooking the One (M8) benchmark books, offers High Performance Mode
- iPhone 6 design: super-thin with a protruding camera lens? (2)
- DisplayMate: Samsung Galaxy S5 has the ‘best display ever’ (1)
- HTC One (M8) mini release date: May?
- More of the same: Samsung announces mediocre Galaxy Tab 4
- Lenovo targets tablet first-timers with budget A-Series refresh
- Moto G snatches 6% of UK smartphone market in just three months (5)
- Nokia Lumia 930 images leak, even if an actual launch today is unlikely (1)
- Nokia Lumia 930 announced after all, will head up Windows Phone 8.1 army (7)
- Nokia sets sights on £100 barrier with ultra-affordable new Lumia 630
- Motorola Moto G Forte mystery explained: it's a Moto G plus a grip (4)
- Huawei going for the high end with a metal-bodied luxury flagship
- ZTE Grand S II launches without 4GB RAM after all, but with an insanely cheap price tag
- High end potential Samsung Galaxy S5 variant spotted with QHD display and 2.5GHz Snapdragon 805 CPU (1)
- Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom pictured, to be called the Galaxy K Zoom?
- Vodafone to open 150 new stores in 2014 in £100m investment plan (2)