Samsung may just sell 80 million Galaxy S4 in 2013


We all know the legacy the Samsung Galaxy S3 left behind, selling an impressive 50 million units, it set a new standard for a successful smartphone. However from the looks of things, its successor the Samsung Galaxy S4 may just surpass that with a whopping 80 million sells! Sounds unreal? Well Samsung has already sold an amazing 10 million Galaxy S4 units globally, which is an accomplishment in its own right and they achieved this impressive milestone in less than a month. This achievement is two times better than what the Samsung Galaxy S3 achieved which indicates that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is well on its way to become the most successful smartphone of all time.  RBC Capital Markets ran a result analysis and according to the results the strong sales of the Samsung Galaxy S4 will continue all the way though the end of this year. They also expect that Samsung will be selling a whopping 80 million units of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in 2013. Supporting this prediction there is already a demand for newer batches of the Samsung Galaxy S4 as the existing ones have already sold out, and keep in mind that the 32 gigabyte white version of the device hasn’t even hit the stores yet! Overall the situation and momentum are both in Samsung favour and if things continue to go well for Samsung then they will indeed reach 80 million sales and maybe even more.


White Version of the LG Nexus 4 finally available in the United States

A white version of the famous Nexus 4 was announced recently and as expected it immediately grabbed a lot of attention. Well as it turns out it has already made its way into the United States. This eye candy of a device is available for purchase right now via Google Play Store and T-Mobile’s online store.  So what about the pricing? At Goggles very own play store it’s priced at a reasonable $299 for the 8 gigabytes version and $349 for the 16 gigabyte version. Also as an added attraction of sorts Google is giving away a free white bumper along with it. Now lets talk about the Carrere based v version of the Nexus 4 from T-Mobile. Unlike the one available at Google Play Store the T-Mobile version charges a down payment of $19.99 for the device, which will be then followed by 2 years of monthly payments of $17.  You can also buy the phone directly without any contract but that would mean spending $427.99 for it, so the contact seems to be the better ways to go if you are not willing spend that amount at once.  Now if you are interested (which you probably are if you are reading this), then head over to your preferred source out of the two and get your hands on the sleeker and more elegant version of the Nexus 4.


Sony Xperia SL and Acro S Jelly Bean Update Finally Released

Not so long ago Sony Xperia S finally received the long awaited Android Jelly Bean update; however some of the other high end Sony smartphones weren’t as lucky. Sony Xperia SL and Sony Acro S were among these unfortunate ones. Luckily Sony finally managed to roll out the Jelly Bean update for them and they are rolling out all over the world as we speak. Now naturally it won’t reach every corner of the world at once, but Sony has announced that they are doing the best they can. Naturally this is a major update for Sony Xperia Acro S and SP as this will be its first and possibly only step towards Jelly Bean. You see unlike Samsung who updates their Smartphones as long as possible, Sony tends to create and forget about their devices. Even flagships like the Sony Xperia S went on without any Jelly Bean Update for a long time where at the same time many older phones from other manufactures received frequent upgrades. Making this a very important update for Sony users out there, Like most major Jelly Bean updates this will affect the entire experience of the device, offering notable improvements such as better audio quality, improved camera performance, improved transitions and of course the long awaited Project Butter, as well as many other minor tweaks. The Update has already reached major regions and will be globally available soon.