Yesterday the ZTE Open C smartphone, which is a new Firefox OS device went on sale in the UK and Europe, the device is being sold exclusively through Ebay for the moment.
Now the ZTE Open C is available to buy through Ebay in the US, and the handset retails for $99.99, and it comes with Mozilla’s Firefox OS.
Back in April we heard that a number of companies had committed to bring anti theft features to their smartphones, and now a bill has been passed by the California Senate, that will see a smartphone kill switch added to devices by 2015.
Last month, Samsung, Apple, Google, HTC, Nokia and Microsoft all agreed to make smartphones harder to steal, and now this technology will become law in California by July of next year.
OnePlus recently announced their new OnePlus One smartphone, and part of the marketing of the device was to give the new handset to 100 people for $1, if they agreed to smash up their old smartphone.
The company has now chosen the 100 people who will get the new OnePlus One smartphone, although they have changed their mind on making people smash their old devices, instead they can now be donated to charity.
Earlier LG announced that their new 5.5 inch display was going into mass production, and we were expecting the new LG G3 to be the first handset to feature the display, although it would appear that LG has launched the display in the new LG Isai.
The LG Isai is being launched in Japan, and it features a 5.5 inch QHD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, the device also comes with a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 mobile processor.
We recently saw a photo of the new Amazon smartphone, and now it looks like we have some more information relating to the camera on the handset.
According to a recent report, the Amazon smartphone will use a CMOS image sensor from Pixart, the company produces image sensors for smartphones, and supplies manufacturers like Pantech.