But, all three ZenFone 3s fall into the more premium segment of the smartphone market. If you’re on a tighter budget but want a new ZenFone, perhaps the newly announced ASUS ZenFone Pegasus 3 is more your style.
The power of 10.
Sony has already started pushing its Android Marshmallow 6.0 update. While it trickles down to Xperia devices in phases, Sony has released a video to highlight some of its features with the software update.
The interface as seen on the latest X series have been slightly tweaked for a cleaner look and it gets a couple of extras including app permission settings, revamped camera UI and improved media sharing.
Samsung TouchWiz is often hated for its bloaty experience and it is worth noting that they have trimmed a lot of fat from the OS since the Galaxy S6. With the new Galaxy S7 packing more features like the new Game Launcher, we expect it tip the scales up a little. According to Droid-Life that managed to unboxed a unit, the Galaxy S7 takes up 8GB storage out of the box. That’s 25% of your 32GB storage utilised for system files.
If you’re using an ASUS ZenFone 2 and above, it looks like you’re in for a sweet treat. ASUS will be rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow update in Q2 2016 and they have just published a list of devices that will be receiving it.
Technological accessibility is something we take for granted. Most of us are blessed with the tools that we rely on to connect ourselves with the world. An idealistic view would be equal opportunity for everyone in the world.
Who knows the unlocked potential and opportunities of these individuals that stand outside these privileged circles.
The Android One program wants to realise a dream that people all over the world will have access to a smartphone and this is the highest specced smartphone yet to come out of the program. This is the GM Plus 5 and with it, people are going to be ready to take on the technological world.
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The Samsung dominos are falling and that’s a good thing. One the hue of the smaller flagship duo receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow, users of the Galaxy Note5 are reportedly getting an OTA (over the air) update for Android 6.0.1.
Currently taking place in our Asian neighbours Cambodia, the update with the build number N920CXXU2BPB6 is available through Samsung’s Smart Switch and through a manual look through the firmware settings.
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From China to CES to now Malaysia, the Malaysian Huawei team has confirmed that we’ll be getting the much-anticipated Mate 8 on our shores come the 8th of March.
The largest smartphone in the Chinese manufacturer’s repertoire already has us getting goosebumps because it boasts one of the first current-gen chipsets of 2016 – all eight cores of HiSilicon Kirin goodness.
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HTC are a falling company and it isn’t hard to see why. Disappointing flagships paired with high price tags go a long way in getting people to shy away from them. In an attempt to bounce back, HTC pulled back the covers of their new midrange smartphone, the One A9.
While the One A9’s specs are nothing to shout about, there are some reasons why you would want to get your hands on this shiny new device. Since it just got its official launch here in Malaysia, we thought we’d take a look at what some of those reasons are.