News: Mobile Phones
Friday, 20 Jan 2012
It's official. M1 will be offering a non-camera version of Apple's iPhone 4S and iPhone 4. Prices for the modified iPhones will be slightly higher, and its warranty will be covered by a third party vendor instead of Apple.
Thursday, 19 Jan 2012
Information leaked from a Sony's sales report in India revealed a list of 11 unannounced Sony smartphones that are going to be released in 2012.
A new shopping app by the name of MobiSinga highlights deals, discounts and promotions within your smartphone's GPS range. Both consumers and merchants are promised various benefits, with the latter having the freedom to customize and update their deals through a web app, onto the iOS or Android app.
Wednesday, 18 Jan 2012
Despite being a late comer to the smartphone game, Intel claimed that its Medfield processor would bring great improvements in both power and efficiency on the Android platform.
Tuesday, 17 Jan 2012
Sony (yes, not Sony Ericsson) will be making a full scale attack on the smartphone front in the months to come. Right after the official unveiling of its first Android smartphone, the Sony Xperia S, we are now looking at leaked images of two Xperia phones.
Monday, 16 Jan 2012
Samsung will be merging its homegrown mobile operating system, bada, with the Linux-based Tizen. The company pledged backward compatibility with current bada apps and continuing support for apps written using the bada software development kit (SDK).
Thursday, 12 Jan 2012
Casio's G-Shock watches might be a hardy device, but it's also a status symbol of sorts for collectors. So if you're into Casio watches, you might want to check out this concept Casio G-Shock smartphone that is waterproof up to 10m and can withstand a drop of 10m.
Wednesday, 11 Jan 2012
You don't need stereoscopic cameras, to create a 3D video feed. In fact, Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors went one step further and implemented augmented reality. All that, on a single-lens smartphone camera.
NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra 3 processor was sighted within a Fujitsu smartphone. The prototype, which hasn't been named yet, also sports a 13.1-megapixel camera and a 720p display resolution.
Augmented reality and Sesame Street. Now that's a combo that we didn't expect when Qualcomm demonstrated what its Snapdragon processors are capable of at its augmented reality demo area within CES 2012.