Xiaomi this week introduced the Mi A2 Lite smartphone along with the Mi A2, at an event in Spain. Here we have the hands on impressions of the Android One smartphone. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite Hands On”
Qualcomm had announced the Snapdragon 710 platform built on the 10nm process last month in China. FoneArena got a chance to speak to Kedar Kondap, Vice President, Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies about the announcement. The Snapdragon 710 platform is positioned between the flagship 800 series and the budget 600 series. We are curious to hear about Qualcomm’s idea behind the 710. Continue reading “Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 aims to elevate the mobile experience”
OnePlus just announced its flagship OnePlus 6 smartphone at an event in London. It is the successor of the OnePlus 5T that was introduced five months back and has new 19:9 display with narrow bezels while maintaining the same body. We already brought you the first impressions of the phone. Check out the unboxing below.
Huawei introduced its flagship P20 and P20 Pro smartphones at an event in Paris earlier this week. We already brought you the hands-on impressions of the P20, here we have the unboxing of P20 Pro with triple rear cameras.
ACT Fibernet recently started testing its first ACTTV+ in several cities. We got hold of one, here we bring you exclusive first pictures of the 4K Android TV box with Over-The-Top (OTT) services. Continue reading “Exclusive: First look at ACTTV+ 4K Android TV box”
Samsung launched the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, the company’s latest flagship smartphones in India earlier this week. Here we have the unboxing of the Galaxy S9+, the bigger phone in the series with dual rear cameras.
Asus along with the Zenfone 5 has also introduced the Zenfone 5 Lite at the MWC 2018 event. Just like the Zenfone 5, the 5 Lite also packs full-screen display. We have got our hands on the phone so let’s take a detailed look at hardware and specifications of the phone. Continue reading “ASUS Zenfone 5 Lite Hands On and Photo Gallery”
ASUS just introduced the Zenfone 5 and Zenfone 5 Lite smartphones at the MWC 2018 event just as promised. The Zenfone 5 comes with 19:9 aspect ratio full-screen display with minimal bezels, falling in line with most of the smartphones launching these days. We have got our hands on the phone so let’s take a detailed look at hardware and specifications of the phone. Continue reading “ASUS Zenfone 5 Hands On and Photo Gallery”
Lenovo has partnered with Qualcomm and Microsoft to launch a Snapdragon powered Always Connected PC – Miix 630 at CES 2018. HP and Asus launched their products in December last year at the Snapdragon Summit. I got my hands on the Miix 630 2-1 detachable and it is a pretty nice effort by Lenovo.
Nokia that bought digital health firm Withings back in 2016 relaunched health devices under its own brand last year. This week at the CES 2018 it has introduced Nokia Sleep, an advanced sensor that offers personalized sleep analysis and offers smart home control through IFTTT integration. Nokia also said that its Health Mate app will now work with Alexa so users can manage their health and fitness with their voice via an Alexa Skill through Alexa-enabled devices.
At the CES 2018 Motorola introduced Livermorium Slider Keyboard Moto Mod and Lenovo introduced Vital Moto Mod for the Moto Z series of smartphones. They keyboard mod was the winner of the 2017 Transform the Smartphone Challenge with Indiegogo. Continue reading “Full QWERTY Keyboard Moto Mod and Vital Moto Mod announced”
Xiaomi and Oculus at the CES 2018 announced that they are working on two standalone VR headsets – Oculus Go and Xiaomi Mi VR Standalone that will be built by Xiaomi and will be powered the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 Mobile VR Platform. These don’t require cable, external sensors, or a mobile phone.
The world has gone totally mobile and we are all hooked on to our mobile phones more than ever before. For most of us, it is even our main computing device. To be honest we have become increasingly obsessed with our mobile devices and too much of anything is certainly not a good thing. Youngsters and children have increasingly been exposed to mobile devices at an very young age and this is a major cause of concern. Rightly so, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has today issued a guidance which sounds more like a warning for anyone who want to decrease their exposure to the radiation / RF energy linked to mobile phones.