Boss been bustin' your balls all week? Wife been on your case to, uhm, put the toilet seat down? Take a load off and check out the week's mobile news, all 26 hunks thereof.
Mostestest comments went to Samsung Galaxy S3 KitKat Android 4.4 update: officially not happening. Y'know, because it doesn't have enough RAM. Even though KitKat was specifically designed with 512MB phones in mind. Ahh, Android.
Until next week, happy weekending!
- Amazon smartphone design revealed in leaked render
- Pantech Vega Iron 2: not powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 805? (2)
- HTC One mini 2: don’t expect a Duo Camera (1)
- Samsung to pay Apple $119 million in damages for double patent infringement (1)
- iPhone 6 dummy snapped alongside iPhone 5s and Samsung Galaxy S5 (4)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S: 2560 x 1600 AMOLED, Exynos 5 Octa, fingerprint scanner
- Tesco’s own-brand smartphone ‘comparable’ to Samsung Galaxy S5 (1)
- HTC outsourcing some low-end smartphone production
- Microsoft tables Surface Mini launch event for 20 May
- Blockbuster HTC One (M8) Prime heading for September launch? (3)
- Optimism, HTC style (1)
- LG G3 sounds like a beast, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 after all
- Google Maps for Android and iOS gets tons of new features (4)
- Samsung Galaxy S5 mini: not so small at 4.47in (6)
- Huawei Ascend P7: LTE, 8MP ‘selfie’ camera, 5in 1080p display (2)
- LG’s 5.5in QHD display gets certified, pops up in LG Isai FL; can anyone say LG G3?
- Microsoft's 'small gathering': more than one Surface Mini on the cards? (2)
- Samsung’s head mobile design guy ‘realigned’ following criticism of Galaxy S5
- Motorola Moto E's 'price for all' listed as just £62 (1)
- ZTE Open C Firefox OS phone hits eBay for just £69.99 (1)
- The Pantech Vega Iron 2 is officially NOT the first Snapdragon 805 phone
- More LG G3 details emerge: gold, lasers and fake metal
- The case of the disappearing Sony Xperia T2 Ultra (1)
- Apple to buy Beats for $3.2 billion (4)
- Samsung Galaxy S3 KitKat Android 4.4 update: officially not happening (7)
- Google Chrome bug tracker hints at new Nexus tablet