Fossil is a company plenty of people were happy to see enter the smartwatch world, and two of the company’s new wearables have become available today. They both hail from the new Q-series, and the prices start at $295.
As soon as the latest and (not so, according to Apple fanboys) greatest Galaxy Note7 hit the world, the rumor mill started chit-chatting about the future (as in next-year’s) flagship and I am talking about the Samsung Galaxy S8, like duh! You know what rumor-mills do, they talk a lot, didn’t they?
The ZTE Warp 7 is the latest mid-ranged droid released by the Chinese company and it’s now available for purchase at Boost Mobile for just under $100 (a cent less that is). The Warp 7 is not even close to Warp 9 (Star Trek fans get the joke), but for that kind of money, it makes for a pretty good deal, at least in this writer’s opinion.
Earlier today, we told you about the Xiaomi Amazefit… which you can’t purchase unless you reside in China. Now we are going to take a look at another regional wearable with the Sony FES Watch U, which is seeking funding to make it to the masses.
Way back in January, we learned of the Lava P7’s existence, and as we creep towards the end of the year, the company has just unveiled a variant. The Lava P7 Plus is headed to India, and it’s going to carry a price tag of Rs. 5,649.
Closely on the heels of Xiaomi, Meizu is launching their very own big screen phone. After realizing that there is an untapped market for larger phones that perform well but are affordable, Meizu has decided to try their hand with such a phone. The Meizu M3 Max will supposedly come with a large display like the Mi Max and will also have another cool feature. It is expected that the M3 Max will come with support for a stylus. One last thing, the Meizu M3 Max will be the world’s first phone to come with the Helio P20 SoC.
IFA has kicked off at Berlin and we are expecting to witness a huge amount of smartphone announcements. If you didn’t catch the news about a LeEco phone scoring nearly 158,000 points on AnTuTu a few days back, check it out here. The phone is none other than the LeEco Le Pro 3. The phone was earlier expected to be called the Le 2S Pro, but the benchmark shows a different naming scheme. Nevertheless, a score of 163,000 is really high for a smartphone and it would definitely be a monster when it comes to performance.
Last week, we got wind that a new Xiaomi smartwatch would debut this week. Well, today is the day as the Xiaomi Amazefit is official and geared towards the fitness crowd in the Far East.
Motorola has been quite for most of the year, but the company has come alive recently with their new Moto Z lineup. Another handset is apparently in the works with the Moto M, and it has just been spotted passing through TENAA certification.
The new Alcatel Fierce 4 just became available on MetroPCS for a ridiculously low price tag ($69), after the Alcatel Tru pulled the same stunt not two weeks ago, also on Metro PCS and featuring a similarly dirt-cheap price.