Xiaomi has finally revealed their entry into ultra-portable laptop market and this is it — the Mi Notebook Air.
The wait is over, Xiaomi has finally revealed their latest handset, the Redmi flagship Xiaomi Redmi Pro smartphone. It’s got a lot of highlight features so let’s get down to the nitty-gritty features.
BlackBerry has announced its second Android smartphone and it’s called the DTEK 50. This is their affordable model that costs nearly a third of a BlackBerry PRIV. On top of that, they are even calling it the world’s most secured Android smartphone.
The hype surrounding Xiaomi‘s rumoured Redmi Pro smartphone has been steadily increasing as its official launch creeps closer. With just one day between now and finding out what the Chinese company will launch, it appears Xiaomi’s CEO has proudly confirmed one of the key specifications for the Redmi Pro.
If you’re definitely getting the Galaxy Note7, you might want to get a head start with your accessories. Ahead of its official launch, case maker has revealed its full protection line up for the Galaxy Note7. If you can’t wait, you can even pre-order them right now from their online store.
Xiaomi‘s next big event is taking place tomorrow, the 27th of July. The Chinese company is set to launch at least one smartphone (or maybe two) and a new affordable notebook. While there have been many rumours surrounding the new notebook, this may be our first real look at Xiaomi’s upcoming “Mi Notebook”.
With Android Nougat going official very soon, we can expect a new range of Nexus devices to follow as well. Last year we had the larger Nexus 6P by Huawei, while the Nexus 5X is the compact version that’s made by LG.
For 2016, there will be two Nexus devices codenamed Sailfish and Marlin which are said to be produced by HTC. Thanks to @evleaks, we now have more information for one of the models from a build.prop dump. These are often lines of configuration codes that could give us some clues on the hardware.
This is similar to the ZTE Axon and Microsoft’s Lumia 950/950XL. Meanwhile, the folks at Android Authority have obtained more screenshots of the setup process which gives us a clearer picture of its functionality.
Now, you may have heard that, starting next year, coding will be part of the national school syllabus. Reception has been mixed, with many asking questions like “what will they be coding on?” and “who is going to pay for the computers?” as well as my favourite, “who’s going to teach these kids to code?”.
It’s amazing how we’ve been independent for nearly sixty years, yet we still have so much British pessimism in us.