If you thought the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus were thin, well, think again. Although the Dell Venue 8 7840 isn’t really a phone, it is definitely one of the thinnest devices around. It comes with a thickness of just 6.4mm, and the looks department is naturally the tablet’s USP.
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The current ‘N’ series of smartphones from OPPO has the N1 and the N1 mini, and both devices are considered to be designed for photography. They come with swiveling or rotating camera modules that help take great selifies in addition to rear shots. Continue reading “OPPO N3 could come next month; Could feature LTE”
The Meizu MX4 was launched a little less than 10 days back at an event in China’s capital city of Beijing. The device comes with a 1799 Yuan price tag for Chinese citizens, which means it is one of the most affordable flagships around at the moment. The device was only shown in a dark grey colour during launch. However, a few pictures of a white variant of the beautiful phone landed on our desks today. Take a look: Continue reading “Meizu MX4 glimpsed in a white variant”
HTC has been sending out invites for an event scheduled for a little less than a month from now, on October the 8th. Continue reading “HTC sends invites for ‘Double Exposure’ event on October 8 in New York”
After the Mi 3 started selling out in a matter of seconds, Xiaomi decided to ramp up its production for the Redmi 1S, which was expected to generate even more interest in India thanks to its relatively low price. Continue reading “40,000 Xiaomi Redmi 1S units sell out in 4.5 seconds in 2nd sale in India”
Meizu launched the MX4 a week back, and with a price tag that translated to less then $300 for buyers in China, the device looked like a great buy. For the first time in the history of its operations, Meizu opened pre-order for international customers as well, clearly suggesting that it wanted to make a name for itself globally. Continue reading “Meizu MX4 pre-orders now payable, starts at $449 for international buyers”
Apple is known for its rather unconventional nomenclature; while most companies simply launched phones with an increment in the digit that followed the series (usually an X, G or Z), Apple chose to add a suffix to denote the differences. That’s happened with a lot of iPhones, including the soon to be outdated iPhone 5S and 5C.
Continue reading “5.5-inch iPhone could be called ‘iPhone 6 Plus’”
China’s Meizu only announced their latest flagship (or so we think), the MX4 less than a week back at an event in Beijing. The octa-core MT6595 device was announced with some interesting tech — including a 5.4-inch 5:3 display and a 20.7 mega-pixel Sony sensor — for a Chinese equivalent of just about US$293. Continue reading “Meizu MX4 Pro purported specifications appear online”
Baidu is a search services giant from China, and has been operating on the hardware scene since the past few years. It is but natural for people to compare it to Google, but if that isn’t the case for you yet, it might change soon. Continue reading “China’s Baidu announces the Eye, a Google Glass rival”
In a harmless battle of wits, China’s OPPO showcased how it thought it was better than Samsung at making phones… or at least charging tech.
Continue reading “OPPO takes a dig at Samsung, says its VOOC charging is faster!”
It hasn’t been long since Samsung outed their Gear VR which, as you’d have guessed from the name, is the company’s take on the virtual reality concept.
Continue reading “Samsung Gear VR gets a $199 price tag”
Following the footsteps of the ever expanding Xiaomi, OPPO has announced four phones for the Australian market. It is worthy to note that this is the first time that OPPO has launched smartphones in the country. Continue reading “OPPO enters the Australian market with 4 phones: Find 7, Find 7a, N1 Mini and Neo 5”
Those of you who often find yourselves cramped due to low storage are in for respite, as Xiaomi’s latest flagship — the Mi 4 — just went on to be available in a 64GB variant. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi 4 now available in 64GB variant in China”
With Android being more and more prominent with each passing day, manufacturers are leaving nothing to be desired. Motorola, Samsung, LG, et al have all released smartwatches and other wearable hardware to grasp the potential created by the same. Continue reading “ASUS ZenWatch reportedly coming this October with a sub-$199 price tag”
You read it right, Gionee is back and in some style! After launching the now-former thinnest smartphone in the world, the Elife S5.5, the fast rising Chinese OEM has now pulled off something even more exciting – a 5.1mm phone! Continue reading “Say hello to the 5.1mm Gionee Elife S5.1”