Thursday, 6 Sep 2012
Composed from top-of-the-line materials (including DuPont Kevlar Fiber and a splash-guard coating), these smartphones are small in size but big on battery life. They run on the Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich platform (upgradeable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean).
Nokia's recent launch of two new Lumia smartphones, packed with Windows Phone 8, were greeted by a dip in share prices during and after the announcement.
Consumers can expect a notable enhancement in speed of Auto Focus, improved manual focus and processing/writing speeds.
Available in black or white, the Sony Xperia Tipo Dual is priced at S$248 (without contract) and retails at M1, Xperia Concept Stores, Sony Stores, and Sony Centres.
Fujifilm has announced the second body in their retro-tastic mirrorless system. The X-E1 is smaller than the X-Pro1 and will be more affordable than the X-Pro1, but the specs still pack a surprising punch when compared against its older sibling.
The FleX feature enables users to connect low-cost DVI monitors for the first three screens in landscape or portrait mode, providing a cost-effective solution for increased productivity in content creation and editing applications as well as for display systems or multi-screen gaming.
Samsung has sold over 20 million units of the Galaxy S III to date, 100 days after its launch in May.
Intel has just refreshed its Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge lineups with both desktop and mobile processors. The company also reduced prices for some of its low-end processors.
Along with the refresh of their Fidelio line-up, Philips has also showcased new high-end audio systems at IFA 2012. The new products aim to provide wireless functionality for audiophiles.
Nokia's promotional video for its PureView technology on the Lumia 920 was found to be fake. The company issued an apology to explain the slip up and posted the real footage shot from a Lumia 920.