News tagged ‘smartphone’
Tuesday, 19 Aug 2014
HTC just unveiled its third generation Butterfly smartphone, the Butterfly 2. It comes with several design enhancements including IP57 rating for water and dust resistance. The Butterfly 2 is also the first phone to offer a 13-megapixel Duo Camera experience.
Friday, 15 Aug 2014
Oppo Singapore announced that the 5-inch N1 Mini and 4.5-inch Neo 5 smartphones will be available for purchase at SingTel exclusive retailers, M1 exclusive distributors and authorized Oppo retailers from August 16.
Tuesday, 12 Aug 2014
TechRadar received several photos of an alleged retail box for the Apple iPhone 6. Is this the actual retail box of the iPhone 6 or just one of the many clone knock offs in China? Read on to decide for yourself.
Monday, 11 Aug 2014
Microsoft announced that its Windows Phone Store now boasts over 300,000 apps with "hundreds more" being added every day.
Friday, 8 Aug 2014
Sony's press invite for IFA 2014 has been leaked on the Internet, which hints that the company is planning to unveil several new products including smartphones and lens cameras.
Wednesday, 6 Aug 2014
Chinese site CNMO published a report stating that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will sport a smaller 5.5-inch Quad-HD Super AMOLED display. Read to find out more about its alleged specs.
Two different research reports revealed that Samsung lost its title as the top phone vendor in China and India last quarter. Apparently, the world's largest phone company was dethroned by two relatively young phone brands. Hit the link to find out more.
Monday, 4 Aug 2014
A new set of photos revealed the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Alpha in its full glory. Not surprisingly, the Galaxy Alpha has a design similar to the Apple iPhone 5S. Hit the link to find out more.
Samsung has sent out media invites for an Unpacked event on September 3 at IFA 2014 where it is likely to launch the Galaxy Note 4.
Microsoft filed a lawsuit against Samsung for its failure to pay royalties on time and with accrued late payment interest. Apparently, Samsung cited "a fundamental disagreement" for doing so, which forced Microsoft to take legal action. Hit the link to find out more.