You can never be sure what the Taiwanese based company has up its sleeves, boring or otherwise. Seen as a small change to the existing HTC One M9+, the addition makes way for a higher-megapixel count on its rear sensor and tweaking the HTC Duo concept slightly.
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Albeit being launched in Japan since May of this year, HTC’s newest device finally makes it way to its home-land, Taiwan. Placed to fill a gap in the non-metal phones of this year, the Butterfly 3 packs a great package with HTC’s signature dual rear camera setup in a lesser premium outer layer.
LG has made a couple of smart watches and the Watch Urbane is one of the prettiest we’ve tried on our wrist. Along with the LG V10, they have also announced a newer version that runs on Android Wear and offers 4G LTE connectivity.
With Google’s Android Wear now supported on iOS, the LG Watch Urbane 2nd edition supports both Android and iPhones. Previously, the Urbane LTE was running on a proprietary LG Wearable Platform that’s based on WebOS. With 4G LTE support, the Watch Urbane could replace your smart phone as it support voice calls with its integrated speaker and mic.
Boasting a multimedia rich experience, the biggest highlight of the V10 is its dual-screen approach. Unlike Samsung’s “Edge” display on the Galaxy Note Edge and S6 edge series, the secondary display is a tiny strip that’s placed at the front, at top right of the main screen. The always-on display which claims to have no impact on battery life and it can be used for status, shortcuts, displaying next appointment and more.
Maxis is already selling the OnePlus 2 through the same infamous invite system that drew much flak when started by OnePlus. A selling strategy that conjured up to ensure that they sell products at an extremely small profit margin. Their stint so far has proven that while people really want to buy their devices, they can’t keep up with the demand. So much so till it has driven Carl Pei to ask Samsung for an internship position, so he’ll be able to learn about being a bigger name in the market.
Laptops, 2-in-1s, Surfaces’ and iPad Pros, what do they all have in common? They’re more productive than regular mobile devices; the commonality? A keyboard. Yes, the way we type dictate how productive we are, or at least for the time being.
So since we’ve seen that drafting long-winded text has always been a headache-inducing experience; hence, Google has reworked their existing Pixel brand to encase a new screen and bluetooth keyboard combination in the form of the Pixel C(onvertible).
Could this be a direct answer to the dwindling tablet sales? Convergence devices have a chance to occupy some market share and it seems that most manufacturers are coming up with some sort of variation to tackle this problem.
Ousting the 2 year old version, the new 2015 Chromecast is set to once again offer a better way to make your regular devices smarter; unspecific to it just being a TV anymore, with the Chromecast Audio. Coming in at a small form factor of 39.1grams the new streaming stick and its new music-inclined sibling now boast an improved WiFi frequency support, redesigned to now be a circle and include an integrated HDMI cable.
There’s a saying that good things come in pairs. And that appears to be the formula for new flagships like the Galaxy Note5/S6 edge+ and the more recent iPhone 6s/6s Plus. The Nexus project has always been a showcase of what Google can do if they have full control on both hardware and software.
In its 7th Nexus smart phone generation along with the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow, they had introduced not one but 2 Nexus smart phones that cater towards different users. With very little introduction required, the Nexus 5X is their new compact “flagship” while the Nexus 6P is their crème de la crème with a 5.7″ phablet form factor and top spec underpinnings.
Setting a basis to improve its e-commerce experience for its consumers, Honor Malaysia took upon themselves to hand-deliver 500 units of its honor 7 to new owners across the country. The lucky customers from Johor, Penang, Klang Valley, Sabah and Sarawak had managed to get their hands on their units within 3 hours after completing their purchases on vmall.my.
ASUS has been on a roll lately with brand new devices ranging from tablets to a wide range of smart phones. The brand has decided to take the fight to the selfie market with the release of the ASUS Zenfone Selfie, a selfie-centric device with a huge rear and front combo.