If you were wondering just how many units of the OnePlus One have been sold since its launch, then the magic number is over 1.5 million. It has been slightly over a year since the launch of the first smartphone from OnePlus and now the company is getting ready to launch the successor.
Rumors around the long awaited Amazon smartphone have been floating around for years now but The Wall Street Journal has now gone on record to say that it should be expected this June. Amazon is believed to be showing off prototypes to developers in SFO and Seattle to gain support for its rather unique hardware. While showing 3D content on a phone has been done before, Amazon will be the first to include retina tracking technology that will largely be handled using the four front facing cameras that it will include. This approach will create a 3D hologram like effect and will not require users to wear special glasses. Continue reading “Amazon smartphone to launch in June says Wall Street Journal”
The Wall Street Journal reports that the next generation iPhone will include worldwide 4G LTE support. The new iPhone is widely expected to pack in LTE radios like the 3rd generation iPad. The current iPad only supports two LTE frequencies and automatically shifts to the lower speed HSPA+ networks.
Amazon is one of the leading online retailers in the world and they are offering a lot of good stuff on their store. They are also offering their very own products like the Amazon Kindle which is their best selling product. Last year in September, we reported that Amazon will launch their first ever Android tablet this year. And in May, we told you that the tablet has entered production and it’s coming out later this summer. Continue reading “WSJ: Amazon Android tablet coming out in October”
I had a chance to interact with Arlene Chang who writes on IndiaRealTime which is part of the Wall Street Journal India Edition. As you all know , we were one of the first to get the iPhone 4 in India. I shared my thoughts about the same and about the prospects for the new device in India.
Head over to Wall Street Journal to read the full article