A video has just been released this week by ASUS for the Mobile World Congress 2012 release of a brand new tablet with “twice the detail, twice the fun.” We must assume, of course, that this is not the same tablet we saw at CES 2012 in the Transformer Prime 700 series, instead we’re banking [...]
Bloomberg has just come out with a report that Samsung will skip the Note 6 name this year to release the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in August. While at first glance the name change may be mystifying, there is a method to Samsung’s madness.
Currently, Samsung releases its Galaxy S lineup early in the year.
Another year, another Mobile World Congress. And of course, another flood of new devices and new visions. Wading through all the news and hardware that landed in Barcelona this week can be a daunting task. So here we are to help distill a few of them into some of the best, or at least head-turning announcements that have inundated our news streams and maybe even social circles.
After Google I/O, there's Computex Taipei to look forward to. Expect to hear OEMs from all over the world especially from Taiwan to show of their new products. One of the brands we know that will be busy is Asus which recently shared a teaser of the "Zenvolution". The next-gen ZenFone will be unveiled at the Computex on May 30, Monday.
Aside from ARCHOS ASUS also is introducing a new line of tablets that are ideal for the business professionals. The M Series is a new line of pro Android tablets that offer remote management. The new ASUS tablets will be ready in two sizes: a 7-inch and a 10-inch version. Both tablets will offer WiFi and LTE connectivity already.
Mobile World Congress 2016 is coming to a close, and this year it's been more than just smartphones making their pitch as virtual reality in all shapes and sizes carve out a chunk of the mobile space. Devices and platforms that blur the distinction between what's real and what's digital are finally - with the help of potent processors and innovative hardware - reaching the point where they're.
Excitement is brewing for the arrival of the LG G5 since it was announced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month as the newest flagship phone. It was heightened especially after a commercial starring Jason Statham and that LG UX 5.0 walkthrough video were released earlier this. LG announced again that the modular smartphone will be available beginning this week in some key markets.
Aside from the Galaxy Tab S3 , Samsung could be launching another Tab. No early benchmark here yet but just a gallery of images of what’s believed to be the Galaxy Tab A 7.0. We’re not really sure if the South Korean tech giant is still making money selling tablets but it’s good that we have more choices. The Tab S is a premium line while the Tab Aismidrange.
After finally bringing the VIBE P1 Turbo to Indonesia Lenovo is gearing up to show off a new smartphone that is said to be a "knockout". We're not sure if the new mobile device teased on Twitter will be called as such or if the term is simply used to describe something as attractive as the upcoming Lenovo phone.
Before a brand launches a new product, expect the current models to get a price cut. We’re not sure if Dell is about to introduce a new Dell Venue tablet but the Venue 8 7000 Series tablet is now being offered with a discounted price. The Android tablet showcased over a year ago is now priced at $199 for the 16GB version while the model with 32GB of storage is $249.
Huawei may be focusing on smartphones, impressing the Android community with the latest P9 and P9 Plus equipped with Leica dual camera lens, stylish TalkBand B3 , and the gorgeous Huawei Watch but the popular Chinese OEMhas not forgotten the tablet arena. After last year's MediaPad M2 , there was the MediaPad M2 10.0 tablet shown off at the CES earlier this 2016.
The Chinese mobile phone manufacturer has been around since 2002 but it was only in 2010 when it went full force in the smartphone industry. Since then, it has released dozens of Android phones that surprise and impress the market because of their high specs and affordable prices.
It's not uncommon these days for businesses to have their workers user mobile devices, mostly Android tablets or iPads, but these aren't always customized, let alone protected, for work. That is why we have things like Android for Work, Samsung KNOX, and BlackBerry's Android enterprise apps to ensure security. Controlling those devices, however, is another story.
At Oppo ’s launch of its F1 smartphone in Mumbai today, they also made the surprise announcement that soon, they will be releasing a Plus variant of the F1. It will of course be called the Oppo F1 Plus and it should be a slightly bigger (hence the Plus name) than the current one and may even improve on already impressive specs, specifically when it comes to its selfie features, which is a big.
All the silk has all been officially slipped, the cars are under New York’s bright lights , and automakers from around the globe have turned out to take a last opportunity — at least for a few months — to showcase their most recent efforts on a grand stage. While New York springs to life with the thawing temperatures, inside Manhattan’s Javits Center has been a hive of activity, as well.
With all the talk of the impending Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, it's easy to forget that the Samsung Gear VR already provides a consumer-grade virtual reality experience for a relatively low price and without the need for a pricey desktop PC.
It's not long now before Lenovo hosts their "Tech World" event, and with it, a Motorola smartphone reveal of major proportions. What we're to understand will be there is the final iteration - the release-ready version - of the Lenovo Google Tango phone. It'll be Motorola branded instead, says our anonymous source, or at least that's the plan at the moment - barring some last-minute change.
Following the trail of the LG K4 and K10 , the K8 LTE from LG will soon be available. The smartphone listed with a K350N model number was spotted on an official LG site—the local Hundary version where specs and features were listed.LG just announced the Android 6.0 Marshmallow powered K8 a few days ahead of MWC 2016.
Last month LG revealed their new flagship smartphone, the LG G5, and a series of plug-and-play accessories they call "Friends of G5." Today we're having a brief run-down reminder of what those accessories are, then we're going through the five accessories we'd love LG to add to this family as soon as possible.