- Mobile Phones
Thursday, 30 Apr 2015
Sony might be rebranding the Xperia Z4, which is exclusive to the Japanese market, as the Xperia Z3+ for the global market. It is expected to launch the Xperia Z3+ in select countries next month.
Simply put, Continuum for phones in Windows 10 lets you turn your phone into a desktop PC once you hook it up to a monitor and a keyboard and mouse.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2015
LG Singapore recntly announced the availability of its fun and customizable AKA smartphones, the Yo-Yo and Eggy. These phones have garnered great response and positive feedback from customers in South Korea. Find out why after the jump.
Dubai-based telecommunications company, Thuraya, launched the XT-PRO today, a satellite phone it says is the most advanced in the world.
LG unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the LG G4 today. Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, the 5.5-inch QHD display phablet will be available with a luxurious full-grain leather rear. It's also one of the few remaining flagships with a removable battery and expandable storage. Full pricing and availability details inside.
Having seen the endless rumors and leaks surrounding its upcoming R7 smartphone, Oppo released a set of official renders of the device to GSMArena. Hit the link to find out more.
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2015
Oppo Singapore just announced the Mirror 3, a new smartphone targeting the mass market. It will be available for purchase from mid-May onwards at a retail price of S$349. Hit the link to find out more!
Uiee has launched a 2-in-1 smartphone charger that doubles as both a portable power bank and a wall charger. The diminutive power bank cum charger is easily pocketed and should appeal to users who favor convenience and portability over sheer battery size.
Monday, 27 Apr 2015
Gearing up for LG's biggest and most aggressive smartphone launch to-date with the upcoming G4, the company has also embarked on an ambitious consumer experience program prior to the phone's retail availability and you can be part of it!
Nokia just issued a statement on its website denying reports that it will be manufacturing consumer handsets out of a R&D facility in China.