- Mobile Phones
Tuesday, 3 Nov 2015
OnePlus yesterday unveiled a new warranty program, On-Guard for its smartphones. Available in the E.U and India from today, OnePlus states that it will be bringing On-Guard to the other markets in the future. Hit the link to find out more about On-Guard.
Monday, 2 Nov 2015
Pre-orders for the Huawei Nexus 6P started at 10AM earlier this morning on Lazada Singapore, but stocks ran out within seconds it seems according to HWZ forum users. More details in our report.
Sunday, 1 Nov 2015
The Huawei Nexus 6P is put through a series of torture tests such as scratching, burning and bending to see how tough it is. Hit the link to find out how the first all-metal Nexus flagship smartphone fared in these test!
Saturday, 31 Oct 2015
ETNews reports that Samsung has confirmed plans to launch the Galaxy S7 smartphone in January 2016. In addition, Samsung is said to be revamping its strategy on smartphones. Hit the link to find out more!
Friday, 30 Oct 2015
LG today announced the global roll-out of its latest smartphone, the V10. Starting this week, the V10 will be available in the U.S, China, Hong Kong followed by other key markets in North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Commonwealth of Independent States this quarter.
Samsung today revealed its third-quarter earnings where the company registered its first profit growth in two years. The reason? Apple. Read on to find out why.
Sony today announced net profit of US$280 million in the second quarter of fiscal 2015 thanks to increase in sales of its image sensors and PlayStation 4 software. However, its mobile business continued to decline.
Thursday, 29 Oct 2015
OnePlus just announced the second smartphone for 2015, the OnePlus X. There are two models; the Onyx variant costs INR 16,999 and has a glass rear while the limited edition Ceramic variant is priced at INR 22,999.
Counterpoint Research published a report claiming that the Apple iPhone 6s led the smartphones sales in China in September with 19% market share.
Korean publication ETNews claims that Apple is sourcing OLED displays from Samsung for its Apple Watch and this could also pave the way for future iPhone models to come with AMOLED displays.