- Mobile Phones
Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015
HTC announced a new member of the Desire family, the Desire 826 which will be coming to consumers in Asia Pacific by the end of the month. It sports a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor, 2GB RAM and a 2,600mAh battery. Hit the link to find out more.
Kodak’s first smartphone is going to be called the IM5, and will feature a simple user interface, custom imaging functions, and advanced remote management that allows your friends and family offer help via PC or tablet.
What's as thin as a cicada's wing? We'll find out on January 15 when Xiaomi announces its newest flagship device.
If you've ever felt like splurging US$6k on a smartphone, this is what you'll get: a handcrafted calfskin leather and automotive-grade stainless steel limited edition 5-inch Android phone, pre-loaded with 13 exclusive ringtones created by "famed disc jockey and producer DJ Ravin." Sounds like a bargain to us.
Tuesday, 6 Jan 2015
ASUS today unveiled two new members to the ZenFone family. They are the ZenFone 2 and ZenFone Zoom. Both phablets sport 5.5-inch 1080p displays and the new ZenUI with Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Monday, 5 Jan 2015
Microsoft announced the Nokia 215 today, an ultra-affordable internet-ready mobile phone, aimed at giving first time mobile phone buyers their first access to web content and digital services.
French company Archos has brought a slew of affordable Android devices to CES 2015, including the 50 Diamond 5-inch smartphone that's powered by a Snapdragon 615 processor, and an 8-inch tablet running a Mediatek MT8732 processor.
If you still have a landline, you might be interested in Swissvoice's Voice Bridge, a device debuting at CES 2015 that let you receive and make calls from your landline number on your smartphone.
Griffin Technology has released a wide range of charging solutions at CES 2015 that are ideal for a typical household with multiple mobile devices. Read on to uncover the newly unveiled products.
Sunday, 4 Jan 2015
Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, announced on Weibo that the company sold 61.1 million smartphones in 2014. Lei also shared that Xiaomi will be expanding into other markets this year.