News tagged ‘smartphones’
Wednesday, 26 Feb 2014
At the Mobile World Congress, ASUS is showcasing two new additions to the Fonepad line, Fonepad 7 LTE (ME372CL), and Fonepad 7 (ME175CG), the ZenFone series, PadFone mini, and the new PadFone. Also on display is the ZenUI, ASUS's intuitive new UI exclusive to its mobile devices.
Tuesday, 25 Feb 2014
At the MWC, Sony announced its latest addition to the premium Z series - the waterproof Xperia Z2, that features a new enhanced video mode that captures, and preserves memories in detailed 4K resolution, as well as its mid-range Xperia M2 smartphone that offers blockbuster entertainment and flagship experiences.
Monday, 24 Feb 2014
At the Mobile World Congress today, Nokia announced Nokia X, a family of smartphones that run Android apps, Microsoft services, and signature Nokia experiences.
Wednesday, 19 Feb 2014
Xiaomi today announced that it is setting up its international headquarters in Singapore to manage its overseas expansion in the region.
Wednesday, 29 Jan 2014
DigiTimes reports that Nokia will be announcing three Lumia smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2014 next month. The three devices are the Lumia 1820, Lumia 1525 and Lumia 1520V.
Monday, 27 Jan 2014
Samsung executive director Hyunjoon Kim told analysts during a conference call that the company is planning to release more phablets and higher resolution tablets this year.
Tuesday, 14 Jan 2014
In his first press conference as Acer's new CEO, Jason did not provide specifics as to the future of the company and instead dwelt on reasons why the company failed.
Monday, 13 Jan 2014
Blackberry's new CEO John Chen has said that the company's new products will "predominantly" have physical keyboards.
Thursday, 2 Jan 2014
Hugo Barra, former Google VP in charge of Android, has just made it official on his Google+ page: Xiaomi is coming to Singapore, with "details coming soon..."
Friday, 27 Dec 2013
LG has confirmed that it is working on releasing wearable devices (presumably for the upcoming G3 smartphone), but would not reveal exactly what they are working on.