All Product Articles tagged ‘smartphone’
Qualcomm recently held a workshop in Beijing where it showcased the features and capabilities of its new Snapdragon 800 quad-core processors. We were among the select representatives from Asia to have a chance to go hands-on with the prototypes at the event.
Sony Mobile officially joins the "phablet" party with its 6.44-inch Xperia Z Ultra. Join us as we take a closer look at Sony's first phone-tablet hybrid offering.
We had the opportunity to get a closer look at the new Samsung Galaxy S4 Active smartphone. Here's what we think.
We managed to get a quick look at the latest Samsung Galaxy S4 mini at the Samsung Premiere 2013 event this evening. Here's our first impressions.
We take a quick look at some of the camera features offered in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom - a smartphone with up to 10x optical zoom and more.
Huawei officially launched the Ascend P6, the world's slimmest smartphone at an event in London last night. Here at CommunicAsia 2013, we had a chance to lay our hands on the Huawei Ascend P6. Hit the jump for our first impressions.
Besides its claim to be the world's fastest 4G LTE smartphone, does the Huawei Ascend P2 have any more tricks up its sleeves? We find out in this review if it lives up to its billing and more.
A dino-sized smartphone with the largest screen size ever, 6.3 inches to be exact, the Samsung Galaxy Mega with LTE is a niche product for those with large hands or those who refuse to lug around a dedicated tablet. We check out how it compares against the 6.1-inch Huawei Ascend Mate.
Huawei blurs the line further between smartphones and tablets with the 6.1-inch Ascend Mate. While smartphones with big displays are getting more popular among consumers today, is the Huawei Ascend Mate a little too big for its own good? Let's find out in this review.
Music app Spotify, arrived in Singapore and Malaysia on April 2013, after Europe (2008) and US (mid-2011). There are however many other entertainment apps out there that have yet to reach us because of licensing or regulations. HardwareZone shows you a few we hope may someday make the cut for this part of the world.