After seeing a couple of leaked photos, the purported specs have been revealed covering from its 5″ mini to its 5.5″ models.
Alleged new photos of the HTC One E9 have made the rounds online, this time showcasing the entirety of the smartphone after the initial round of leaks.
Like the HTC One E8, this could very well be the plastic backed alternative to the metal bodied One M9. Previously the smartphone was leaked in white and gold colours but this time it seems to be a rather dark shade and enveloped in a protective case. The rumoured specs of the smartphone include a MediaTEK MT6795 chipset, 5.5″ QHD display, 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, with Sense-d Android Lollipop.
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Micromax is India’s answer to Xiaomi, which is known more for the YU spinoff brand that runs on CyanogenMod.
They generally provide decent specced devices at low prices, and they want to differentiate itself from the rest of the pack by releasing a smartphone straight out of the box with the latest Lollipop built in. The previous YU Yureka is already a challenger to the Redmi Note as a 5.5″ Snapdragon 615 smartphone, and Project Caesar will be taking on the Redmi 2 with double the RAM and storage.
This isn’t the first time Micromax has made fun of Xiaomi, but the teaser image also reveals that their new device will come with a 64-bit chipset and 2GB RAM as well as 16GB storage.
Xiaomi does in fact have a higher specced version of the Redmi 2 but it’s not been released internationally as of yet. Rumours claim that Project Caesar will be launched sometime in April but that’s yet to be confirmed.
Qualcomm‘s pretty proud of it’s Quick Charging 2.0 tech, with the top tier smartphones using their chipset all packing the technology. To showcase it, they’ve taken the Motorola Nexus 6 and tested three of them with different chargers to show just how great it works; but OPPO isn’t impressed.
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Heading to Sepang International Circuit for F1 this weekend? Maxis has got you covered, connectivity wise. From 27 until 29 March, they are offering Free Wifi to its Maxis postpaid and Hotlink prepaid customers.
To connect, just scan for ‘Maxis Free Wifi’ or ‘Maxis-Sim’ from your device and enter your mobile number when the browser login page appears. After that you should be receiving a username and password via SMS in order to start using.
Take note that this is applicable from 10AM to 8PM at the Welcome Centre, Grandstand and Paddock Club. For more info, you can head over to their Free WiFi info page.
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Xiaomi is on a roll and after 5 years in the business, they are looking for bigger growth in 2015. During its global supplier conference, its CEO Lei Jun has mentioned that Xiaomi is targeting to ship 80-100 million smart phones this year.
That’s quite a huge target which isn’t surprising considering it came up to be among the world’s Top 5 smart phone makers last year. It is reported that Xiaomi has sold over 65 million units in 2014 and most of it are from its affordable Redmi series. No doubt that gave mainstream players some serious beating in the affordable segment.