EE the UK’s biggest mobile operator has announced plans to deliver 4G to 95% of the UK by 2020.This is great news if you have a 4G smartphone. Currently EE supplies around 60% of the UK with 4G. This is more than any other mobile operator. EE aim to cover ‘not-spots’ and give more UK smartphone users 4G.
Lenovo was founded in Beijing China in 1984 and went on to become the worlds most successful PC maker. Lenovo turned their attention to making smartphones in 2012 aiming to topple Samsung from their number one spot in China. Lenovo's CEO Yang Yuanqing said 'Lenovo does not want to be the second player. We want to be the best'.
Lenovo launched back in 2014 the S90 Sisley. Since its release the handset has been considered a dead ringer for the Iphone6. Attracting a lot devote consumer attention, from anyone who wants all the look and feel of the Iphone6 without the hefty price tag.
ViewSonic is looking to ‘conquer the world’ with cheap Android phones, taking the market by storm, with rumours in 2105 of the world’s first iris scanning smartphone, they are not alone in trying to break boundaries in technology, but also bring high-function, low-cost smartphones to populations who can afford the latter.
One Tech Gadgets, has been launched with the view to offering an alternative to big brands like Apple, Samsung, HTC and introduce latest smartphones, tablets and accessories in the UK’s independent market for the fraction of cost.
RedMi devices offer the UK consumer the option not to opt for high-end smartphones. The 'trend of reducing costs' but not faulting on high end technology is becoming an ever increasing tendency for the savvy UK byer. The increasing competition among device makers makes it much easier giving us an overabundance of choices at various levels.