We all know that top of the line mobiles these days can cost a pretty penny. With a brand new Samsung Galaxy note 4 costing you close to £650, and the 128 GB version of the iPhone 6 Plus going for well over £700, you could be spending a small fortune on a new smart phone. But believe it or not, these aren’t the most expensive mobiles that you can get your hands on. If you’ve got millions (yes, we said millions) to spend on a new gadget, then you should check out some of the models below. These are by far the most expensive mobile phones in the world!
Most of us these days are familiar with the big brand name mobiles and can spot an iPhone 6 a mile away. But there are some mobiles that have gone down in history as, quite simply, classics. Whether because they were the first in a line, or just because everyone had one, you’re sure to recognise most of these models. Prepare for a little nostalgia, as we give you our list of the top ten classic mobile phones.
Our Dragons’ Den – where are they now? content looks at all 143 companies who successfully pitched for an investment on the BBC TV Show Dragons Den from Series 1 through to Series 11.
As part of a new series on the TigerMobiles.com blog, I’ll be penning my thoughts on technology and where it’s heading.
The first post in this regular feature looks at why I think smartphones could spell the end for humanity and why I think the iPhone has replaced the dildo as the sex toy of the 21st century.
In October 2014, Tiger Mobiles carried out a survey of 4,300 smartphone users who had taken out a 3G or 4G enabled phone contract with at least 1GB of monthly data allowance in the last 12 months*. The survey quizzed respondents in a number of areas including their overall happiness with their current mobile data speed, what they believed the benefits of faster mobile internet were, how things have changed in the last 3 years and where mobile internet speeds would be in another 3 years’ time.
Prospective parents might want to look away now.
A new study has found that a smartphone is the number one back to school gadget in the UK for children 15 years and under.
The findings reveal that school student’s needs are shifting toward tech products that provide the latest features in communication, mobility and convenience.