Tag Archive for France

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LG G6 ready for launch in Europe

One of the most anticipated Android smartphones of 2017 is due to land in Europe next week, with the LG G6 set to launch in 24 countries across the continent on 24 April. The handset will go head-to-head with the Samsung Galaxy S8, which is due to be released just four days later.

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Qualcomm launches patent actions against Meizu in Germany, France and US

The patent dispute between Qualcomm and Meizu has intensified with the news that the chipset maker has filed actions against the Chinese smartphone manufacturer in a number of western markets. With Qualcomm having previously filed actions in China against Meizu, the dispute has now spread to Germany, France and the United States.

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The ARCHOS 50 Diamond is a high-spec Android smartphone for less than €200

Powerful Android smartphones sold at affordable prices was one of the stories of 2014, as far as China’s mobile market was concerned. With the new year now upon us, French company ARCHOS is hoping to spread this low-cost phenomenon with the introduction of the ARCHOS 50 Diamond.

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Nokia Android phones more expensive than Windows Phone stablemates

Nokia is to release three new Android phones in a much-anticipated move to diversify the range of products it offers. Distribution of the Nokia X series will be limited, with emerging markets being specifically targeted.

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New NVIDIA Tegra 4i smartphone from European manufacturer

The world’s first NVIDIA Tegra 4i-based smartphone is set to be released in Europe by the French company Wiko.

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Rivals struggle as Android sees European growth surge

Android has recorded strong growth in Europe’s biggest five economies. Google’s mobile operating system now has a 68.6% share across Germany, the UK, France, Spain and Italy, according Kantar Worldpanel ComTech’s sales data for the last three months of 2013.

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