BlackBerry has entered into a patent license agreement with budget Android maker BLU. As a result of this agreement, all existing patent litigation between the two companies and withdrawal of pending actions in the United States. Continue reading “BlackBerry signs patent deal with budget Android maker BLU”
This week Samsung launched its 2016 Galaxy flagship devices in India – the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. The prices for Galaxy S7 starts at Rs. 48,900 and S7 edge at Rs. 56,900 for 32GB variant. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge India prices, Dell’s smallest 13-inch ultrabook and more”
This week, we reported from Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. The South Korean giants LG and Samsung launched their 2016 flagship devices a day before MWC kick-off, and there were quiet a few launches that made the tech world buzzing. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, Xiaomi Mi 5 and more from MWC 2016”
BLU, the US based smartphone maker has announced two entry level smartphones – Vivo 5 and Vivo XL, at CES 2016. Both the phones sport a 5.5 inch Super AMOLED display with 1280 x 720 resolution.
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If you follow the world of Chinese OEMs, you’ll know that theres a lot of white labelling that goes on between brands. With the launch of the Blu Pure XL, we see a high end feature packed handset at a price point that is certainly very tempting. A take on the already announced Gionee Elife E8, the Blu Pure XL brings most of the same specifications at almost half the price point. Continue reading “Blu Pure XL brings 6inch QHD display, 24MP camera and Mediatek X10 chipset for an appealing $349 price point”
Microsoft had some strategic announcements during the Mobile World Congress, in which they announced the addition of new OEM partners that had signed up for making Windows Phone devices. Some of the new additions were Indian manufacturers like Lava, Xolo, Karbonn and later Micromax. In that lineup, we have two more OEMs added to the lineup today, and they are BLU and K-Touch. BLU is possibly the Micromax of the US while K-Touch is known for being an OEM as well as a ODM, which does contract manufacturing for other companies. The addition of these two new OEMs means a wider range of Windows Phone 8.1 devices that are all set to be released in the coming months. Will the third ecosystem finally pick up some steam?
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