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  • Top Three Accessories For Summer
    Posted on April 17, 2014 by keith holland

    The sun is starting to shine and temperatures are on the rise! Summer is nearly here and PureMobile wants to help you be on top of your party game with these mobile accessories that will help keep times fun. Below you will find PureMobile's top three must have accessories for Summer including portable speakers, portable stereos, and waterproof phone cases. Don't miss out on these cool and functional items!


    Griffin Survivor Waterproof Case



    This case has become the easiest-to-use case on the market these days and has been designed for freedom both in and around water. This case can be submersed as deep as 10 feet and can be used every day. Waterproof is how you can describe this case and no matter how you put it, in the bathtub, a sink, the pool, it’s going to protect your phone without causing damage. This case is compatible for the iPhone and protects it from water, rain, vibration and more. You still have access to volume buttons and still have a tight seal.


    iHome Bluetooth Mini Stereo



    Bring the party where ever you go with the iBT24 mini Bluetooth speaker. Stream wireless digital audio via Bluetooth from your iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry and other Bluetooth-enabled devices. The iBT24 also has an aux-in jack, as well as an aux-out jack for an expandable audio experience.


    XMI We Bluetooth Speaker



    Experience big sound with enhanced portability from XMI's We Speaker. Pair it up with your Bluetooth device for wireless playback, or use the provided cable to bring the sweet sound of music to your ears. This speaker features a 1.5 watt speaker in a ultra compact, 48 gram speaker that clips easily and inconspicuously to belts, bags, and keychains.


    Keep checking back with PureMobile as our selection of hot Summer accessories grows in the coming weeks!



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  • The Samsung Galaxy Gear is in the rear-view, and running past the now aging accessory is one of Samsung's exciting new smartwatches, the Samsung Galaxy Gear Fit. The Samsung Galaxy Gear Fit takes the Galaxy Gear experience, and improves on it in almost every way, while giving the smartwatch a new fitness-inspired design. But what does this accessory do well? Read on and check out our review of the Samsung Galaxy Gear Fit.



    First things first, this device is not an improvement hardware wise over it's predecessor, but it does have an improved focus. Gone are many of the half-baked features found in the Galaxy Gear in favour of a more streamlined and focused device. This means, no camera, voice control, and no phone calls, but, for those who want a basic notification device that is stylish and smart, the Gear Fit is perfect.


    The Gear Fit features a 1.8 inch Super AMOLED display. The colours are sharp and its curved profile isn't a showpiece the LG G Flex. Plain and simple, this device has a simple look to it. Display wise, there are multiple options for backgrounds, wallpapers, clocks, and more to make this device your own. Heck, even the wristband is interchangeable.


    One place where this device does struggle though is in the battery. While Samsung boasts a multi-day battery life, anyone using the Gear Fit semi-regularly will struggle to get through a 24-hour day without issue. Also, those thinking they are getting the Galaxy Gear or Gear 2.0 will be in for a rude awakening when they see the lack of support for this device in terms of functions and apps. Sure, you can view notifications and calls, but good luck answering texts with this device's predetermined responses due to a lack of a keyboard.


    In all, this device nails it as a simple notification manager on your wrist. Frankly, that's all that some people want in a smartwatch. For those that want more, the time may not be right for you to take a walk on the wild side with the Samsung Galaxy Gear Fit.



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  • This week is punctuated by two major phone launches. The Samsung Galaxy S5 and the All New HTC One M8 are both hitting shelves this week to much fanfare and are sure to be huge movers for both companies. But what about their accessories? Who has the edge when it comes to cases? We have seen and tested all the new cases for both phones and are ready to help point you in the right direction when it comes to accessories for these two flagship phones.


    Interactive Cases


    Both HTC and Samsung have innovative cases that go beyond protection for the launches of their new phones. With HTC's Dot Matrix and the Samsung S-View, both companies are pushing the boundaries of what a case can do while still protecting your phone. The HTC Dot Matrix features an almost retro look with things like time and notifications projected onto the cover using dots. This cover can then be interacted with to respond to alerts and alarms without opening the cover. Likewise, the Samsung S-View is similar, but without the look. Instead Samsung uses a window to view notifications. This round goes to HTC for originality and creativity.



    Victor : HTC


    Flip Covers


    Both HTC and Samsung have their own lines of flip covers as well. HTC's Flip Case is a pretty basic cover. It's easy to remove the cover and respond to alerts. With that being said, Samsung has been at this for years, and they know what they are doing. Their Flip Wallet actually takes the place of the phones back battery cover making it super thin. Easily the better designed case.



    Victor : Samsung


    Third Party Cases


    Both phones have a strong lineup of cases from other brands as well. Samsung, being the more established of the two, has a much stronger variety. Samsung is supported very well by Incipio, with the GS5 having versions of the Feather, NGP, and DualPro. HTC meanwhile has the uber-protective Ballistic line backing it up. This round though, has to go to Samsung due to the sheer variety of cases available for the Galaxy S5.



    Victor : Samsung



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  • The allure of the imposing Apple iPhone is very strong. It's built like a sports car and performs like one too. Everything is streamlined, cohesive, and works together to give you a smartphone experience that is very simple and pleasing. The very nature of Apple being the ultimate pick up and play device is at work. I feel like I could hand an iPhone to a toddler and within minutes they would have it figured out. Well this is all fine and dandy, I, being a now-former iPhone user, eventually grew tired of the straight and narrow path presented by Apple. It was time for me to expand my horizons. It has been almost two months now since I got my Nexus 5. While there are some things I do miss, there is a lot to love about Android. Here are five reasons I now prefer Android to IOS.


    My red Nexus 5, my first Android phone

    1. Choice


    iTunes is a standard in music. But what if you don't like iTunes, or think it could be improved? Tough luck. With Android you have a choice. If you aren't happy with the standard music player you can go out and find one you do like. Heck you can even make one if you feel compelled!


    2. Phones, Phones, and more Phones


    I never realized how small an iPhone was until I picked up my Nexus 5. The full HD 5 inch screen makes watching movies and videos far more feasible. It has also opened my eyes to gaming as my big hands often cluttered the screen of my iPhone. All of this is made possible by the fact I had a choice with Android. I probably could have found a smaller screen phone, or heck even a larger one, but with iPhone you have one choice, iPhone.


    3. Better Choice In Accessories


    How many times have you dug around for an iPhone cord to realize you didn't have the right one or it was magically incompatible for some reason? I said too many times. With Android it is simple. Is it Micro USB? Well, it'll work. This means I can use a huge variety of chargers for both the home and car. Same goes for cases and wireless chargers. We didn't see the first great flip cover for the iPhone until this year. Samsung, LG, and others have been making unique covers and cases for years. Compatibility and choice, I'll take that.


    4. Price


    This is self-explanatory. I got my Nexus 5 shipped to my house off-contract for less than $450. I know, $450 aint cheap. But do you want an Apple iPhone 5S off-contract? You are looking at $649. Add in Apple Care and you are close to $800. Yikes.


    5. Apple IS Just one company


    While they are a visionary company, Apple is still just one company. When you have the minds of Samsung, Sony, LG, and Google pounding out phones for Android you see more innovation because you have more minds working on making phones as good as they can be. When that happens, when competition happens, consumers win.



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  • PureMobile is pleased to be growing its selection of Ballistic cases with protective cases for a growing number of smartphones and tablets. Something akin to a protective Otterbox case without the excessive bulk, weight, and dimensions, Ballistic cases are some of the best protective cases on the market. Using layers, protective corners, and other forms of case technology, Ballistic provides expert level protection at a very reasonable price-point for people looking for consumer quality heavy-duty phone cases. Ballistic has designed several different versions of their cases, but we will focus on three cases for the All New HTC One, Nexus 5, and Samsung Galaxy S5. Here is your look at Ballistic's line of protective smartphone cases.


    Ballistic Jewel



    Ballistic's LS Jewel Series is a gem of protection. Built with reinforced corner protection, this case features a raised lip that protects the screen. Installation wise, the process is quick, simple, and no phone disassembly is required.


    Ballistic Shell Gel



    Make sure you keep your new LG Nexus 5 looking great. Ballistic's Shell Gel SG Series offers the best pocket-able protection for your LG Nexus 5. This case is engineered with three layers of the best protection on the market, including Ballistic Corners™ and a lay-on-table feature.


    Ballistic Tough Jacket



    Not afraid to get your hands dirty? Neither is Tough Jacket™. It’s ready to handle whatever life throws your way. With reinforced corner protection and raised lips, we dare you to test this case for the all new HTC One.


    Ballistic makes some of the world's strongest, yet sleekest cases. Check out Ballistic today and make sure you check back at PureMobile as we continue to add more and more Ballistic cases to our webstore over the coming weeks and months. Check back with the PureMobile Insider Blog for the latest in tech and smartphone accessories.



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  • Apple iPad Mini iOttie Contest
    Posted on March 27, 2014 by keith holland

    PureMobile is offering you a chance to win an iOttie Car & Desk Mount for the Apple iPad Mini and iPad Mini with Retina Display. This accessory is from one of our latest brands, iOttie, and is a great mount for both home and automotive use. All you need to do to enter is purchase any Apple iPad Mini accessory from PureMobile over the weekend. It's that easy to get your hands on a $50 mount from iOttie. With that in mind, here are three of our favourite accessories for the Apple iPad Mini and the iPad Mini with Retina Display. Good luck!


    Griffin Survivor



    For iPad mini owners, you want to make the investment to protect your device with something durable and solid. This case offers you a shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame that is rugged and made from shock absorbing silicone. There is a screen protector built-in to the case meaning your device is protected from all angles from dirt, rocks, drops and more that causes damage. The heavy duty clip helps ensure your ipad mini is secure when clipped to a belt or bag strap. This case has been independently tested and has met the standards needed.


    Incase Portfolio



    The Portfolio for iPad mini is a multifunctional protective solution that provides enhanced functionality and storage for a mobile lifestyle. The iPad mini snaps into a custom clip which also functions as an integrated stand, allowing for upright viewing without removal from the Portfolio. A soft sueded divider protects the iPad mini screen while internal card slots, a pen/stylus loop and an included notepad make the Portfolio a travel-ready solution.


    Incipio LGND



    The Incipio LGND is an origami-inspired case for the Apple iPad Mini. This case allows for many different viewing angles and is also protective with a hardshell back and protective cover that is soft to the touch.



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  • The Samsung Galaxy S5 is a little over two weeks away. While we are very excited about this new flagship phone from Samsung, we won't be quick to forget the legacy of its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S4. This phone has been at the forefront of what a Samsung phone can do since its launch. It has helped Samsung compete with the other big fish in the market like Apple, HTC, and LG and it has raised the profile of the company behind its design. While it's moving down the chain for Samsung, we still love this phone and, as such, want to share our five favourite cases for this soon to be legacy device.


    dbrand Full Body Wood



    dbrand uses only Authentic 3M vinyl on their Wood Brown Samsung Galaxy S4 skins. That means there's never any adhesive residue left on your device, guaranteed. In addition, these cases are super stylish, with a look that defies what is possible in phone cases.


    iLuv Gelato



    Super lightweight, the Gelato for the Samsung Galaxy S4 is a case that is high on style and low on price. The Gelato installs quickly and easily and adds a splash of colour to your device that is expressive and straight up fun.


    Moshi Overture



    This case was designed with people in mind who are looking for a flip case design to keep their phone protected while serving multiple functions at the same time. This case accentuates your phone while keeping it protected at the same time. This case excels at keeping your Galaxy S4 protected at all times and prevents scratches and shock from ruining it. It does so without compromising its functionality and form. The outer aspect of this case is going to offer a specialized coating to provide excellent design.


    Samsung Flip Cover



    Take the back cover off and snap the case back on. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Leather Flip will protect your phone from scratches, damage and bumps.


    Samsung Clear Cover



    The combination of plastic and silicon molded rear edge will fit perfectly to the shape of your Samsung Galaxy S4 while maintaining a thin and elegant profile and allowing free access to principal functions.



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  • PureMobile likes to be first when it comes to the hottest new accessories and 2014 has proven to be no different. With the Consumer Electronics Show and, soon, the Games Developers Conference, it'll be full steam ahead in the world of tech until the E3 Expo in June. In the meantime, PureMobile has added some the coolest and most in-demand accessories from these events and is ready to show you what companies like Incipio, MiPow, and Moshi have coming in the very near future including touch sensitive phone covers, lightbulbs with Bluetooth speakers, and colour-coded bluetooth notfication lights. Check it out and get ahead of the game with PureMobile accessories.


    Moshi SenseCover For Apple iPhone 5/5S



    Moshi's SenseCover is a revolutionary cover for the Apple iPhone 5 and 5S. Featuring SensArray technology, the cover supplements your touch screen, while protecting it at the same time. Keep your screen covered while answering calls, interacting with alerts and checking the time without increasing the risk of damage from whatever life throws at you creeping between you and your Apple smartphone.


    MiPow PlayBulb Bluetooth Speaker



    The MiPow PlayBulb Bluetooth Speaker is one of my personal favourites. The PlayBulb is a bluetooth speaker built into an everyday home appliance, a lightbulb! This speaker is controlled using an app, available for both Android and IOS, and is as discreet as it sounds. Control the music without the bulk, looks, or wires of speakers around your home and creating a talking point for every party with the PlayBulb!


    Incipio Prompt Bluetooth Notification System



    The Incipio Prompt Bluetooth Notification system is a truly 21st-century answering machine. When paired with your device, see colour-coded alerts for when you receive a call, text message, email and much more. This device is handy for those who don't want to be glued to their phones while they are at home and is a truly unique and forwarding thinking accessory from Incipio.



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  • LG G3 Could Arrive By May
    Posted on March 13, 2014 by keith holland


    While most think of phones like the Nexus 5, Samsung Galaxy S4, or Sony's line of phones when they think Android, LG changed the conversation with the launch of the LG G2. A true powerhouse, the G2 impressed with its elite processing power and even better battery. It was the souped up smartphone that converts IOS users to Android and other Android users to LG. With the pending launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the All New HTC One just around the corner, it's inevitable that the follow up, the LG G3, will be discussed as well. Here is what we know about the LG G3.


    The new LG G3, first of all, is slated for a May release. This puts it in place to follow up both the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the All New HTC One, putting it in good stead to get ahead of the new Apple iPhone and not be too far away from the hot releases preceding it.


    The most prominent feature we know about is the device's reported screen size. At 2560x1440. This would make this phone one of the first 2K screens in a consumer handheld device and slightly nudge itself ahead of it's major competitor the Galaxy S5. It's expected that the G3 will feature a 64-bit processor, once again putting it ahead of the GS3 and entering the fray with Apple for 64-bit supremacy. Camera-wise, the rumoured 16-megapixel puts it the same category as its competitors but miles behind some of the camera offerings being dangled by Sony and Nokia. Other rumours suggest the G3 could feature a water and dust proof chassis, making it possible that this phone could also focus on appealing to the fitness crowd.


    The LG G3 should be another powerful offering from LG. We'll have to wait and see what else LG has in store over the coming weeks for the G3.



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  • HTC is primed to announce the followup to the critically acclaimed HTC One on March 25th. While some debate likely went into the name, we can confirm that HTC's new flagship will be called the All New HTC One. While we won't know what exactly is in store until the big unveil on March 25th, we have a pretty good idea what to expect from the All New HTC One. While the big contender for 2014 from Apple is still months away, HTC is taking on heavyweights like Samsung and Sony head-on in the first half of 2014. So, with that, lets take a look at what the All New HTC One has to offer in the competition for the first half of 2014.


    Like the original, the All New HTC One will be a large device. Bigger than the iPhone and roughly the same size as the LG G2, the All New HTC One is said to feature a screen somewhere between 5 inches and 5.2 inches. With smaller bezels this might not even necessarily increase the overall footprint of the phone. In terms of looks, no one would take this phone seriously if it ditched the aluminum unibody that made it stand out from the crowd. The solid aluminum body returns for the All New HTC One.



    Internally, the All New HTC One features some powerful specs. The SnapDragon 800, which has powered many of the mobile world's top devices, returns to power the All New HTC One. The device itself clocks in at around 2.26 GHz, or roughly the same processing speed of the LG G2. What could set this device apart is an additional graphics processor which would come in handy when powering high-end mobile games. In terms of software, it comes as no surprise that this device will come loaded the latest Android operating system Android 4.4 KitKat.



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