News: Mobile Phones
Monday, 5 Jan 2015
France-based Archos is bringing several affordable Android devices to CES 2015, namely the 5-inch 50 Diamond smartphone that's powered by a Snapdragon 615 SoC, and an 8-inch 80b Helium tablet running on a Mediatek MT8732 processor.
If you still have a landline, then you might want to know more about Swissvoice's Voice Bridge, a device debuting at CES 2015 that let you receive and make calls from your landline number on your smartphone.
Griffin Technology has announced a wide range of charging solutions at CES 2015, ideal for a typical household with multiple mobile devices. Read on to uncover the newly unveiled products.
Xiaomi announced its first smartphone for 2015, the Redmi 2. As rumored, the 4.7-inch device comes with dual-SIM 4G connectivity and is powered by MIUI 6. It is priced at 699RMB (estimated to be RM396).
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced on Weibo that the company sold 61.1 million smartphones last year. He also shared that the company will be expanding into other markets this year.
Thursday, 1 Jan 2015
According to Korean site Naver, LG will be unveiling the G Flex 2 at CES 2015 next week. The upcoming device, which sports a curved display, will reportedly be powered by Qualcomm Snpadragon 810 quad-core processor and features 4G LTE connectivity with tri-band carrier aggregation.
Wednesday, 31 Dec 2014
The GALAXY Note 4 is getting a new, more powerful processor under the hood, but it it is not what everyone expected.
Back in 2007, when the first iPhone was introduced to the world, Steve Jobs said "nobody wants a stylus." Now, we find out that apparently he changed his mind a year before he passed. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted Apple a patent, describing a stylus that can write on any surface.
According to data that Flurry Analytics gathered from December 19 to December 25, Apple accounted for a whopping 51 percent of all new mobile devices activated.
News site Toranji.ir released two photos of the alleged Samsung Galaxy S6, fully assembled and running, with Android 5.0 Lollipop-inspired notifications and Samsung-styled wallpaper.