- News tagged "smartphones"
Sunday, 17 Jan 2016
LG is reportedly launching its G5 flagship smartphone next month at Mobile World Congress 2016 to take on the Samsung Galaxy S7.
Friday, 15 Jan 2016
Cross-platform benchmarking app AnTuTu just published the top 10 fastest smartphones of 2015 and the leader is not an Android. Read on to find out more!
Thursday, 14 Jan 2016
Despite being the only manufacturer of iOS devices, Apple still managed to sell more iOS devices than all Windows devices combined last year. Read on to find out more!
Thursday, 7 Jan 2016
Huawei announced at CES 2016 that it has shipped 108 million smartphones in the past year, which resulted in its revenue exceeding US$20 billion and the company cementing its position among the top three in global market share.
Tuesday, 5 Jan 2016
Oppo announced yesterday that it would be releasing a new lineup of smartphone, the F series in 2016 which focuses on "premium-quality mobile photography". The first device, the F1, will be launched later this month.
Today at CES 2016, LG is launching a whole new line of phones that places emphasis on design, camera technology and user experience that's borrowed from their premium device offerings, but without the premium price. Check out the new K10 and K7 LG smartphones.
Sunday, 3 Jan 2016
Sony is reportedly working on a new sulfur-based battery which is able to offer 40% more charge in a 30% smaller form factor. More details inside.
Saturday, 2 Jan 2016
Huawei revealed that 2015 had been a huge success for the company. Indeed there were many things going in favor for this Chinese giant in the telecommunications industry. Find out how well it did last year!
Sunday, 27 Dec 2015
Former and existing employees in Samsung told Reuters in interviews that the dominant engineering culture caused the company to loose revenue and market share. Read on to find out more!
Saturday, 26 Dec 2015
The Korea Times reports that Samsung is planning to cut smartphone shipments next year and focuses on the budget range. Read on to find out more.