EE decreases 4G cost, offers Lumia 920 at discounted price

If you have been thinking about moving to the Nokia Lumia 920 for an opportunity to play with super fast 4G, then it recently got less expensive thanks to a plethora of fresh price plans from EE.
The network operator earlier called Everything Everywhere has declared lots of new 4G EE price plans which will begin from 31st January (though will merely stay around until 31st March).

You will be able to lay your hands on a fresh package, beginning at £31 each month on a twenty four months deal (which comprises of unlimited UK calls messages, 500 MB of free mobile data usage the facility to lay your hands on the Nokia Lumia 920 or Nokia Lumia 820). In simple words, that is a fancy smartphone with a swift connection with a saving of £90 on current EE plans.

EE are also releasing a fresh SIM Only 12 months 8 GB deal for £41 each month as well as a fresh Super User deal that gives 20 GB of mobile data, which will be priced at £46 each month.
With 4G becoming accessible in several markets shortly, there will be a load of plans to take into account, though for the time being, it does not seem too bad at all if you are desperate to begin utilizing 4G get yourself a new smartphone.

So guys, what do you think about the new plans from EE? Use the comments section given below to express your views.

Seven mobile operating systems coming your way in 2013

In 2013, we are ready a sudden surge in the number of operating systems. After BlackBerry 10 Os, there are several other platforms ready to enter the smartphone souk. Have a look:

Ubuntu Mobile:

Linux based Ubuntu is set to make its market debut this year. The founder of Ubuntu states that minimum requirements of this OS are dual core central processing unit 512 MB of RAM. Merely a few applications will be accessible for this OS, though since Android is also made on Linux, all the applications can be tweaked to go with it.

In spite of the lack of applications, Ubuntu has been respected for its web surfing experience its compatibility with a laptop dock.

Firefox OS:
Mozilla has launched the developer version of two smartphones working on its mobile operating system. It is cloud based aiming at budget conscious users.

Since Firefox operating system is based on standards based web technologies such as HTML, CSS and Javascript, it is a great option for developers. The major design elements of the OS are same to Android, though being a cloud based operating system gives it the benefit of affordable price points on smartphones.

Android 5.0 (Key Lime Pie):
Sources claim that the new edition of Android will be known as Key Lime Pie guess is prevalent that it will be showed on the forthcoming LG Optimus G2 or Samsung Galaxy S4, although nothing has been affirmed.

iOS 7:
When it releases in 2013, Apple iOS 7 will pump up the most famous lineup of mobile devices iPhones, iPads iPods. It is anticipated to arrive with a plethora of fresh attributes assist enhance the Maps Siri experience for Apple owners.

Along with it, the next upgrade in the firm mobile operating system is also anticipated to fetch NFC capable Passbook application in iPhones other Apple thingies, as the firm just filed a patent for the same.

Tizen:

Tizen is a mobile OS based on Nokia MeeGo platform stared when Samsung Intel joined hands to make a HTML5 mobile platform for smartphones, slates, televisions other widgets. Moreover the Software Development Kit (SDK) for the OS is already out for application developers.

Sailfish:
An offshoot of the Nokia MeeGo platform, Sailfish operating system is developed by developers who are working on the OS at the Finnish manufacturer. Jolla is the manufacturer making this OS aspiring to fetch a new UI functionalities to marketplace so as to distinguish itself from Android operating system.

Old wine in new bottle; Samsung announces Galaxy Young and Fame

It is raining handsets! After the unveiling of the premium Blackberry Z10, it is time to look at some affordable smartphones. Samsung has uncovered Samsung Galaxy Young and Galaxy Fame in South Korea, and of course these handsets will head to other markets as well, including the United Kingdom.

Both the devices seem a lot similar to the Galaxy S3, and left us wondering why the Asian manufacturer cannot hire some designers to work on a new layout.

Moving on, the Galaxy Fame comes with somewhat better attributes than the Young with a 3.5inch 480 x 320 pixels screen, 1GHz central processing unit, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB internal memory space, 5 MP snapper, VGA front snapper, Near Field Communication, 1,300mAh battery Android Jelly Bean.

On the other hand, the Galaxy Young comes with a 3.27inch, 480 x 320 resolution LCD, 1 GHz COU, 768 MB of RAM, 4 GB internal of storage space with micro SD card slot, 3MP fixed focus snapper, VGA video recording at 24fps, Bluetooth, WiFi, A GPS, digital compass, Android v4.1 Jelly Bean a 1,300mAh battery.

And depending upon the market, dual SIM facility could be bestowed upon them as well. In developing countries, it is a very popular feature in mobile phone deals. So it makes sense for Samsung to offer dual SIM variants.

Obviously, both the handsets offer Jelly Bean handsets for masses. Hopefully, we will get the first glimpse of these devices at the upcoming Mobile World Congress. And then they will make their eventual passage into the market.