Chinese mobile communications company, Huawei, teased that in a day, you’ll be able to “feel the force of every touch”. Alarms are going off on the Interwebs as Huawei’s continuation of premium metal-clad design and evolution of mobile technology are to include a purported big hardware upgrade on the Huawei MateS.
Planned over 5 days, ASUS’ Zensation road show surely stirred up something during its long extravaganza of releasing products. Flash-forward to the last day, which allowed us to see the new Zenfone 2 Deluxe and the Zenfone 2 Laser.
Android Wear isn’t exclusive to just Android phones anymore. Google has just announced the availability of Android Wear for iOS, allowing iPhone users to pair with a wide variety of smart watches from Motorola, LG, Samsung, Huawei and ASUS.
To pair, just install the Android Wear app which is supported for iPhone 5 and above, running at least iOS 8.2. However at the moment, only the LG Watch Urbane is supported but Google promises that support for more models are on its way.
Taiwanese multinational company, ASUS, has been busy over the weekend with its ZenSensation roadshow – seeing the Zenpad 7.0 be the only tablet, while 4 Zenfones were announced: Zenfone Selfie, Zenfone 2 Laser, Zenfone 2 Deluxe and the Zenfone Go. A headache causing model line-up, that in the past has already been quite a mouthful.
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Three days away from its appearance at IFA Berlin 2015, Samsung decides to kick the door in a little early for its latest Tizen OS wearable device. Boasting an IP68 rating (waterproof) and to come in 3 models: the Gear S2, Gear S2 classic and the Gear S2 3G, it’ll be the first round faced watch from Samsung.
U Mobile has done it again. After revamping its postpaid offering with probably the most generous serving of data, they have upgraded its P70 plan that could please most chatterboxes. Dubbed as the U Mobile “Hero” postpaid plan, this is likely a response to MaxisONE plan that has been thumping on unlimited calls and SMS.