HTC has just rolled out its new flagship of the year with their all new U series. After toying around with metal for its high-end design, the Taiwanese company is now turning to glass for their latest models.
3D glass on smartphones are becoming a common sight but HTC is taking a step further with its Liquid Surface Design. Instead of the usual dual-curved back appearance, the glass back of the U series curves 4-ways for a symmetrical look.
We saw at IFA 2016 that Neffos was going to try their hand at a more premium category of smartphone with their brand new X1 series smartphones. Now, they’re finally launching these devices in Malaysia. Here are the details.
Do you prefer a large smartphone with a big beautiful display or a small device that’s easy to pocket? That was always the trade-off we had to make when deciding on a device. But what if you could have both?
Well, that’s where the “foldable” smartphone idea comes into play. We saw Samsung patenting their idea of a foldable smartphone early last year, but we had no indication on when this device would see the light of day. If a recent report by The Korean Herald is to be believed that day could be somewhere in Q3 of 2017.
In the past few years, Huawei usually announces their wearables and tablets at Mobile World Congress. For the upcoming one that’s happening next month, the Chinese smartphone maker is expected to announce their latest flagship which is likely to be the P10.
The Redmi 3S is the cheapest Xiaomi phone you can buy officially but it costs RM599. If you’re looking for something even more affordable, Xiaomi Malaysia could be introducing a new entry-level smartphone by the end of this month.
With MWC 2017 happening next month, LG is about to reveal its successor of the LG G5. To pique your interest, they have just released a teaser video which claims to bring your ideal smartphone to life.