Gimmicky features on smartphones are difficult to put your finger on. Often times when it comes to your smartphone experience, they can do more harm than good.
Lenovo is spicing up the low-end of the market with a brand new smartphone, the Vibe K5 which you can pick up for below RM600. We saw this device earlier during the Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona and now Lenovo has brought it to our shores.
Pico projectors are one of those devices that never really caught on to the mainstream. They’re pretty cool and nifty, given the right circumstances, but for most of us, it’s more of a want than a need.
Lenovo recently launched their Pocket Projector here in Malaysia and it’s exactly as the name suggests — a pocket-sized projector. So, if you want/need a pico projector, is this the one you get? Well, I spent a weekend with it high in the mountains to find out.
So if you’ve been tuning into our Facebook page, you probably would have noticed that we ran a smartphone giveaway where we gave five Lenovo Vibe S1 smartphones to 5 of our most creative readers. They were tasked to take a selfie based on three different themes and post it on their Facebook wall. Here’s what happened.
Any manufacturer can cram high-end specs into a smartphone and call it a flagship device. Of course, a flagship device must have a smooth performance and good specifications, but we’ve come to a point where performance alone isn’t really enough to set you apart from the pack of existing devices.
A flagship device needs to unique, one of a kind…somewhat special.
Lenovo launched a massive roster of devices today. These products come in from all across the range from entry-level to high-end plus a bunch of funky new items. While time was rather limited, I did get to spend time with some of the more interesting items at the launch.
Lenovo launched quite a few devices over CES this year, and a bunch of them are now available for purchase locally. This includes the Lenovo Yoga 900s, ThinkPad X1 Tablet and the 3rd gen ThinkPad X1 Carbon.
Chinese New Year is only 10 days away and since it falls on the 8th of February, you can bet a lot of prosperity will be coming our way (sorry, didn’t mean to rhyme). Lenovo wants to sweeten the deal by quietly putting the Vibe X3 on sale and throwing in some goodies in the process.
And best of all, we won’t be getting the watered down Youth version. Instead, the specced out version will be available in Malaysia.
Launched recently, the Lenovo Vibe P1 and Vibe P1m are designed to last as long as you can with its enormous battery capacities of 5,000 mAh and 4,000 mAh respectively. These smartphones from Lenovo can also, in a pinch, double as powerbanks and charge your other devices via USB OTG (On-The-Go). As you can tell by the battery capacities, the Vibe P1 is designed to be the flag bearer of the “Power Player” line, while the Vibe P1m comes in as the runner-up.
Lenovo has finally officially unveiled its two battery behemoths, the Vibe P1 and Vibe P1m smartphones, sporting enormous battery capacities of up to 5,000 mAh. These devices are designed for the busy user who needs a phone that won’t run out of juice before they do.
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