London-based mobile phone manufacturer Kazam has announced the availability of its Trooper X3.5 Android-powered smartphone and the Life B4 feature phone at Phones 4u.
As with other Kazam smartphones, the Kazam Trooper X3.5 is offered with free cracked screen replacement within the first 12 months plus a two-year warranty.
Podcast - 22nd May 2013
We start this week's podcast by talking about Yahoo and Tumblr before moving on to discuss Google's recent developer conference.
There are product announcements from BlackBerry, HP and the former MeeGo developers at Jolla... and there's some interesting mobile app news as well.
New products from BlackBerry, Google, HP and Nokia
Mark Bridge writes:
Last year, the Google I/O developer conference gave us plenty of product announcements: Google Glass, the Nexus 7 tablet, the Nexus Q device and the Jelly Bean version of Android. This year’s announcements were less dramatic: a streaming music service, a Google-friendlier Galaxy S4 and some game development tools. Coincidentally (or perhaps not) Apple announced its 50 billionth app download in the middle of the event.
Mary Grant, who was CEO of the Phones 4U retail business, is reported to have left the company for ‘personal reasons’.
Mobile News reports that Phones 4U Group CEO Tim Whiting is temporarily taking on her role in addition to his own work.