It is always great to see a company embracing a newer and better standard of technology that will allow its products to become ‘future-proof’ at least to a certain extent. However early adoption can also cause some trouble especially in the initial period where the technology isn’t available easily or as widespread.
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OnePlus has just announced the successor to their popular OnePlus One smartphone. We take a closer look at their specifications and put the two smartphones head to head with one another to see what has changed and what remains the same.
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Earlier this month, UMi teased the Hammer S and showed that it has a USB Type-C port. Now, UMi have officially announced the smartphone which is the successor to last year’s Hammer smartphone.
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It seems that Chinese manufacturers love the USB Type-C port. After LeTV started the trend, several manufacturers chose to adopt the trend including OnePlus which recently confirmed that the OnePlus 2 will indeed sport a USB Type-C port. Now, its the turn of UMi to feature the port on their upcoming Hammer S smartphone.
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We have already seen a few Chinese manufacturers adopt the USB Type-C port in their smartphones. New sources state that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 smartphone will come equipped with a USB Type-C 3.1 port as well.
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