As smartphones are packing even larger displays, one company has just introduced what appears to be the smallest phone in the world. Imagine a device that’s roughly the size of a USB thumb drive which you can use for voice call and text. On top of that, its tiny 200mAh battery is rated to last up to an incredible 3 days on a single charge.
ASUS Malaysia is introducing a new smartphone that will compete with the “FullView” smartphones from Huawei, OPPO and vivo. Introduced as the Pegasus 4S in China, this smartphone comes with a tall 5.7″ display and a huge 4,310mAh battery.
Looks like Asus has finally jumped on the 18:9 display bandwagon and has just announced their first smartphone to feature such a screen.
The Samsung Galaxy smartphone family is getting a whole lot bigger. After having the Galaxy S, A, E and J series, the Korean maker is about to launch its new Galaxy C line up that could overlap with its current Galaxy A (2016) smartphones.
Launched at [email protected] earlier today, Acer’s latest mid-range offering not only has a rather odd name (that would sound totally at home at the shampoo aisle) but also a gigantic battery that apparently keeps fresh for up to two days.
A new leak about Samsung’s C series smartphones drops a potential release date and a small tidbit about its construction.