- Mobile Phones
Saturday, 11 Jul 2015
The Wall Street Journal reports that Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy Note 5 by mid-August to avoid fighting for consumers' attention in September when Apple is believed to unveil its new iPhones.
Samsung is said to be working on 11K mobile displays for release in 2018. Hit the link to find out the rationale behind this investment.
A new rumor claims that Huawei will be the first Chinese phone maker to help Google manufacture the next Nexus smartphone.
The OnePlus team reveals that the upcoming OnePlus 2 will be smaller than the OnePlus One and will pack a higher capacity 3,300mAh battery.
Friday, 10 Jul 2015
M1 has just announced Data Passport, a new value-added service that will let its customers use their existing M1 data bundles in Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka and the United States.
Newly integrated with a 4G mobile post-paid line, the all-in-one HomeHub Go is an upgrade from StarHub’s existing four-services-in-one HomeHub package.
IDA proposes that it will set aside 60MHz out of the 225MHz of spectrum at a lower price to facilitate the entry of a new mobile operator. It also believes that the local market can only sustain up to four mobile operators at this point in time. Read on to find out more.
Thursday, 9 Jul 2015
LG today unveiled the fourth member of the G4 series, the G4 Beat. It will be available in Europe, Latin America, France, Germany and Brazil later this month before rolling out to other markets such as Singapore.
Microsoft has announced that it will be laying off up to 7,800 workers and that it will also be taking a US$7.6 billion write-down on Nokia.
Nowhereelse.fr reports that Samsung will be releasing the Galaxy A8 in China on 17 July and it reportedly has a price tag of US$494. In a separate leak, Chinese site PC Online published a review of the device which contains a list of its official specs. Read on to find out more.