Samsung Electronics has revealed two new metal-bodied smartphones aimed at younger consumers.
The Samsung Galaxy A5 is just 6.7mm thin and the Galaxy A3 is 6.9mm, making them the company’s thinnest-ever handsets.
Podcast - 15th October 2014
This week's podcast begins with news about the new 'quad play' television service offered in the UK by EE.
We also talk about HTC's new camera, an ethical smartphone, a complaint from Ofcom, mobile payments, machine-to-machine connections and yet another online security breach.
HTC has announced a small point-and-shoot waterproof camera that’s been described as a rival to the GoPro range.
The new RE has an unconventional cylindrical design without a viewfinder, although it can be controlled via an Android or iOS application that will also back up its photos. Live video stream is due to be added to the app in the future.
Mark Bridge feels marooned by a high-street mobile phone retailer
Mark Bridge writes:
Following my online rant about the customer service I'd received when I suffered a problem with my HTC One, I wrote to Carphone Warehouse.
Panasonic has used the Photokina photography trade show in Germany as a stage to announce its new Panasonic DMC-CM1 device.
It’s equipped with a 20 megapixel one-inch camera sensor, putting it on a similar level to standalone cameras, yet also runs Android 4.4 on a 2.3GHz quad-core chip and has a 4.7-inch HD screen.