Samsung’s J-series got their mandatory (2016) overhaul and we now have the Galaxy J7 (2016), J5 (2016), and J3 (2016). That last one is only new for India, but there it even has a dedicated S bike mode for undisturbed bike riding, because that’s exactly the feature everyone asked for (make sure you check it out though, the promo is loads of fun).
The Xiaomi Mi 5 got launched in India this week, a Redmi 3 Pro was announced in China, a possible 4.3-inch smartphone was allegedly photographed in the wild, and rumors have the Mi Note 2 powered by a Snapdragon 823 and sporting 3D touch – whew, busy week for Xiaomi.
The HTC is the flagship everyone’s waiting for (okay, that may be a slight overstatement), and it gets leaked and teased and whatnot a number of times a day.
Meanwhile, we had an unlikely 4K video champ visit our office, the Acer Liquid Jade Primo, running Windows 10. The review is up now (must read), but before we got to publish it, we shared with you just how good its camera output is.
In other news, a customs listing points to the conception of a new C-series in Samsung’s lineup, an Android-running Gionee flip phone was announced, and a LeTV Le2 got benchmarked with a Helio X25 chip inside. Oh, and that X25 and also the X20 were seen on GeekBench powering Galaxy S7’s, how’s that even possible?
Both devices are now listed on the South Korean company’s China website.
Carrying an RMB 899 price tag, the device will go on sale starting April 4.
S Bike is meant to prevent distractions while driving from incoming calls.
The Chinese company has started sending official invites for the India launch event, which is scheduled for March 31.
Only the down-clocked 32GB model will be sold in India through mi.com.
HTC 10 has been teased yet again by the company, this time we get to see its capacitive keys.
Wait what? The Samsung SM-G930W comes in three versions – the familiar Exynos 8890 and then two MediaTek chipsets.
Is it the Alcatel Idol 4s, Motorola Moto X Force, Apple iPhone SE, Acer Liquid Jade Primo or the HTC One M9+ Supreme Camera?
Reports say it is Xiaomi’s answer to Apple’s latest iPhone SE.
We realized we had stumbled upon a true gem.
The phablet is tipped to have a 5.7-inch QHD display and Sony IMX298 camera sensor.
A small batch of the new model has been imported in India for testing, China is the target market though.
This is not the official price – the phone isn’t official yet either – but it seems rather steep.
The Marshmallow-running handset will probably be announced in late April.
Apple iPhone SE aces the AnTuTu 6 test, on par with the iPhone 6s Plus.
Helio P10 with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage, plus faux leather back offer an upscale experience.
HTC can’t keep the upcoming 10 flagship at bay and the new leaked picture just proves it.