A newly surfaced sketch shows us what is alleged to be the render of the upcoming Huawei P9 smartphone which is the successor to the P8. Judging by the sketch, Huawei seems to be going for a slightly rounder design overall.
Lenovo has announced the Vibe X3 which is the successor to the Vibe X2 from last year. The device will be available in two different variants with one end having better features and higher end specifications.
Meizu is set to announce a new phablet on the 21st of October. It will be a part of the affordable Blue Charm series of smartphone but will come with a premium metal design.
Huawei CEO, Richard Yu, took to Chinese micro-blogging site, Weibo, to announce the company’s new offerings in the mobile processor segment. The new chipsets includes two octa core chips and a quad core SoC.
The quad core chipset is manufactured using a 28nm process and will include ARM A9 cores. We expect this chipset to be aimed towards the upper mid range handsets. Continue reading “Huawei introduces its first 64bit octa-core SoC”
With CES just around the corner, Samsung has already started teasing what it has planned up for CES 2014. SamsungExynos’s Twitter account has teased asking if we are ready to #UnlockExynos. With UnlockExynos, it could possibly mean that Samsung are planning to update their current octa-core solution to true octa-core. Samsung was the first company to announce an octa-core processor and it featured in the Samsung Galaxy S4 which was launched earlier this year.
About to buy yourself a new flagship device? You’d be well advised to wait a bit as it looks like the next generation is going to be another quantum leap in terms of specifications. If rumors are to be believed then LG has big plans for the successor to the G2. The LG G3 will have a 2K resolution display. Also known as Quad HD, the resolution corresponds to 1,440 x 2,560 pixels and should give the rumored 5.5 inch panel an incredible pixel density. Continue reading “LG G3 to feature 2k resolution display, 16MP camera and octa core chipset”
MediaTek, the company responsible for the countless number of Quad Core devices in the mid range Indian market, has today revealed its “True” Octa-Core solution by taking a slight jab at Samsung’s big.LITTLE based Exynos Octa 5. It has been rumoured for some time that MediaTek is going forward with its plans for a Octa Core solution of its own, but the news has finally reached “not a rumour anymore” status with the company proudly announcing this on its site. This “True” Octa Core solution, as MediaTek claims, utilizes the full potential of all the eight cores for a seemingly better performance and even better battery life management.
‘It’s been a while since rumors indicated that LG was also trying to create its own mobile processors in order to catch up with the leading brands. It seems that LG is preparing to use its own octa-core processor known as “Odin” for the upcoming Optimus G2 smartphone.