The Week In Review is our series meant to recap all the major announcements of the week, which you might have missed. Week 27 of 2014 was free of Samsung announcements though it didn’t lack interesting new devices such as the Sony Xperia C3 and ZTE’s latest additions to the Nubia lineup.
The most interesting device this week came from Sony – the Xperia C3. Its highlight is the 5MP wide-angle front camera with a LED flash – a duo designed to help you take superior selfies. The Xperia C3 also comes with a 5.5″ 720p IPS display, a quad-core processor, an 8MP rear snapper, and you can have it even in a dual-SIM flavor.
Sony Xperia C3
ZTE announced three very attractive droids too – the Nubia Z7, Nubia Z6 Max and Nubia Z7 mini. They are powered by Snapdragon 801 chips, the Z7 comes with a QHD display, while the Max and mini models sport traditional 1080p screens.
ZTE Nubia Z7 • ZTE Nubia Z7 Max • ZTE Nubia Z7 mini
Motorola’s fans worldwide got some great news this week. The Moto X and Moto G will be upgraded to Android L once it comes out officially, but there is no info on the Moto E plans. Meanwhile