- Mobile Phones
Wednesday, 11 Feb 2015
Pre-orders for LG's upcoming G Flex 2 smartphone will start on 27th February for $998. The 5.5-inch smartphone will be available in both Platinum Silver and Flamenco Red colors and will officially be released on 14th March.
Tuesday, 10 Feb 2015
Alibaba Group has just announced that it has invested US$590 million in Meizu, signaling its intent to enter the smartphone business.
Monday, 9 Feb 2015
While sapphire is great for scratch performance, it’s not quite as damage resistant when dropped. Corning, the maker of Gorilla Glass, is now in the works of developing a new type of material that’s both tough and super hard to scratch.
Saturday, 7 Feb 2015
Samsung filed a trademark application for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in South Korea a few days ago. This latest development is likely to confirm recent reports that Samsung is indeed unveiling a curved variant of the Galaxy S6 on March 1 at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015.
Thursday, 5 Feb 2015
South Korean publication DT reports that Samsung sold over 630,000 units of the Galaxy Note Edge worldwide since its availability three months ago.
Tuesday, 3 Feb 2015
Samsung has sent out invitations to its Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event, which is on March 1st - ahead of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015. The invite teases a curvy Galaxy device.
A teardown of the Xiaomi Mi Note shows that the device is surprisingly easy to disassemble, requiring just suction pads to pull off the back cover. The teardown also revealed Samsung RAM, an LG battery and the HTC M8 rear camera module (used on the front of the Mi Note).
One of the flagship phones we've been eagerly anticipating since last year, the Motorola Moto X (2014), is now available in Singapore. The smartphone will be available today for S$765 and will come with Android 5.0 Lollipop pre-installed.
The latest report from the rumor mill suggests that HTC's upcoming One (M9) Hima flagship smartphone will sport two 20-megapixel rear cameras on its back!
Monday, 2 Feb 2015
According to shipment numbers from analysts, Apple has now tied Samsung as the world's largest smartphone maker.