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Microsoft is once again stating its commitment to the low-end of the phone market. The company is focusing on its "First" line of phones and wants to bring Windows Phone to more affordable handsets.
Despite previous reports it looks like Microsoft will continue to produce ultra low-end phones. Aimed at developing market and first-time mobile phone owners the company is launching the Nokia 130.
A new report from Ericsson predicts that smartphone usage will triple by the end of this decade, with low-end market playing a key role. Mobile data traffic is also set to see a tenfold increase.
What would you like to know about the new Lumia 630? We've got our hands on the new affordable Windows Phone, and while we're testing it for a full review, we'll be answering your questions about it.
Mozilla says it has been working with a Chinese manufacturer to create a "new category of smartphone priced around $25" running Firefox OS, which will itself soon be available on TVs and tablets.
The report from AdDuplex shows once more that Nokia's low-end handsets are the driving force behind the Windows Phone ecosystem. Devices like the Lumia 520 and 625 are pushing the platform forward.
Nokia has unveiled the Lumia 525, successor to the 520, the most popular Windows Phone so far. While RAM gets a welcome boost - now up to 1GB - there are few other improvements over its predecessor.
We take an extensive look at the ZTE Open, a low-end handset that sports the brand new Firefox OS. Can this device compete with low-end Samsung and Nokia phones? Read more to find out.
A new image showing lots of iPhone 5Cs has surfaced from inside Pegatron, one of Apple's Asian contractors. The handsets seem to be going through some QA before their expected launch in September.
Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, said today that he doesn't believe that the high-end of the smartphone market is actually saturated. But he also hinted the company is addressing its absence from the low-end.
Many folks believe that having only 512 MB RAM on your phone leads to a sub-par experience but a recent report clearly shows this isn't the case when it comes to Windows Phone 8 games and apps.
Nokia and Microsoft are focusing on the lower end of the market with devices like the Lumia 521. This strategy seems to be working and it might bring higher marketshare to these companies.
Huawei finally announced its long-awaited Ascend W1 at the start of this year - but was it worth the wait? Check out our first impressions of the company's new budget Windows Phone 8 handset.
Nokia's low-end Asha touch-phone range for emerging markets is outselling their flagship Lumia Windows Phone range by 2:1, showing fantastic growth even in markets where low-end Android devices rule
Nokia appears to be planning yet another Windows Phone 8 device if the rumors are to be believed, the newly mentioned "Flame" being a low-end device with a four-inch display and dual-core CPU.
Rumor has it that Nokia has a new low-end smartphone in development: it's known as the "Glory", it will be running Windows Phone 7.8 and will supposedly be a successor to the Lumia 610
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Intel will ship its anticipated low-end mobile Core 2 Duo T5200 dual-core processor next month, it has been claimed by Taiwanese notebook manufacturer moles. The part has not, apparently, been listed on recent Intel mobile...
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The world leader in the handheld computer market, Palm, plans to announce on Tuesday that it will begin manufacturing low-priced models in Brazil, according to the company. A source close to the project who preferred...
IBM on Monday will debut its newest model in the old-guard mainframe line, a less-expensive system code-named Raptor that can run only newer software. The new z800 is in a sense...