Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Roundup: Lamborghini iPad Cover, Alcatel Idol X, HTC New Colorful Smartphones, and Knock from LG

The revolution of smartphone industry is expected to continue in 2014. Manufacturers are extending the  reach of their products by adding unique features and treatments to bear the flagship of their respective company. Powerful and colorful handsets dominates the competition when Apple introduced iPhone 5c in the global market.

LG recently announced that Knock feature is now their company standard in smartphones. The upcoming variants of Optimus L II series are expected to introduce its unique functionality to the future users. A bravest decision from LG's top management that could change our way in turning on and off a handset coming from their initiative.

Apple iPhone 5c in Stores

Alcatel also revealed their very own next generation of octa-core powered Idol X+ coming from China's TCL line of products. A 5-inch handset to sport a 2GHz CPU from the line of MediaTek Cortex-A9 chips. That includes a Boom Band bracelet, a smart module which enables user to optimize its functionality from a typical mobile phone.

On the other side, HTC introduced a colorful Butterfly S and One Max handsets way back in Taiwan. It is currently available in Taiwanese major telecom providers and retail stores. A limited edition of One Max surprisingly appeared in Hong Kong few days ago. And probably, HTC is also planning to produce an iPhone 5c like smartphones in affordable prices.

Lastly, a Lamborghini signed iPad cover showed out in Italian website. A protective gear inspired by a 700hp 12-cylinder Aventador racing machine. The car company online store offers this accessory for 44-euro only.

Lamborghini Inspired iPad Cover

Most of those smartphones are also expected to showed out in retail stores in the first quarter of this year. And before I can forget, a new line of affordable Motorola's Moto G is now hovering in Best Buy for about $100.00 only. Availability of a budget-friendly smartphone will probably start by this month.



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