Just like Carl Pei promised, the smartphone makers have released their third phone to date. Oddly, the OnePlus X looks to be a OnePlus One on the inside, just taking a hit in battery and screen size, while adding some notable features and aesthetics. Unfortunately, Shenzhen’s “finest” have decided to deploy the same notorious invite system but there’s an improvement.
In what seems to be a pursuit of making a device for every possible size, Samsung has just announced its largest Galaxy device yet. The Samsung Galaxy View which was teased earlier on is a gigantic 18.4″ tablet that runs on Android. This isn’t your typical Android tablet and it even comes a kickstand at the back.
According to Samsung, this opens up new ways of consuming mobile video and entertainment. And possibly they are trying to create a cross product between a TV and a tablet.
During Sony’s Xperia Z5 launch in Malaysia, their SmartWatch 3 from IFA 2014 has finally made an appearance on our shores. Running on Android Wear, the Smart Watch 3 is compatible for either Android and iOS based smart phones. If you’re interested, you can have it for RM1,099.
Anticipation is running high for the latest iteration of the Xperia line-up; mainly due to the 4K screen on the Xperia Z5 Premium Dual, and the same 23-megapixel sensor found on all three that gave the number 1 smartphone camera spot to Sony (judged by DxOMark). But will this trio be enough to revitalise the ailing Japanese mobile division of this multinational conglomerate?
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