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An internet connection is required to play ANNO: Build an Empire.
This game is free to download and play but some game items can be purchased for real money.
Requires Android: 4.0 and up.
Genre: Strategy, City Builder.
Rumors about HTC working with Google on a Nexus tablet have been abundant this year. We’ve heard quite a few times that an 8-inch or 8.9-inch device would be coming, and that it would be manufactured by HTC, and not Asus – the company responsible for both Nexus 7 iterations.
Last week Samsung announced an LTE-A-enabled edition of its Galaxy S5 flagship that’s also set to come with a QHD display and Snapdragon 805 chipset exclusively for its home market of Korea. Now, as if Korean residents weren’t lucky enough, there’s also word that Special Edition of the Galaxy S5 LTE-A will be making its way to customers of South Korea’s primary carrier KT with a redesigned back panel.
An LCD panel, allegedly belonging to the Apple iPhone phablet, has leaked. Measured at 14cm, the actual size works out to a tad over 5.5 inches. Unfortunately, there are no special markings that would prove that this is from the phone that would be the first iOS powered phablet. Keeping a cynical eye on the photo, and taking this with a grain of salt (after all, this could be a screen from anything), speculation has the phablet launching later this year, in short supply.
The Sony Xperia A2 (SO-04F) is now available to buy in Japan through NTT DoCoMo. The phone is currently on sale online at a price of 69,120 Yen (£399, €498, $679). The Xperia A2 has a very similar spec sheet to the Xperia Z1 Compact (known as Xperia Z1 f in Japan), but has a matte plastic back and comes in new colours such as Lavender and Orange, as well as Grey Black and White.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A is a recently announced GS5 variant that’ll be endemic to the South Korean market. In addition to the new and improved QHD screen, better connectivity, and improved processor, it looks like the device will have a Special Edition that features an aesthetic change as well.
The LTE-A Special Edition will be sporting a brand new posterior. Gone is the perforated look, and it is now replaced with a diamond-like textured back cover that seems as if it would provide a better grip.
Following in the footsteps of the Lumia 630, its 3G-only sibling, the Nokia Lumia 635 is due to be released in the UK pretty soon. The 4G-capable smartphone is now up for pre-order in a few places, both with contract as well as SIM-free and unlocked.