Swipe has launched a new handset for consumers in India today with the Swipe Konnect Plus. The phone is ready to roll with mid-range specs in the region, and available as an exclusive through Snapdeal.
Details have been trickling out in regards to the LG V20 launch, and we now have something to go along with the leaked specs. New renders have appeared that show the LG V20 design, and they paint a clear picture of LG’s goals for the latter half of 2016.
Oukitel is a brand we like to keep tabs on, and they have recently started to reveal specs for the Oukitel U7 Plus. Like many handsets, the U7 Plus is comparable to hundreds of smartphones and the company has decided to pit it against the iPhone 6 Plus in a new video.
Well, this must be one of the most sought after changes on the iPhone. With the Galaxy Note7 receiving universal acclaim, Apple must be on their toes to release the perfect iPhone in September. Even though the phone is not generating much attention compared to the Galaxy Note7, it is Apple that we are talking about here. They might have some surprises in store for us and it looks like one of them have just leaked. The alleged iPhone 7 display panels have leaked online and there’s a very surprising change in the resolution.
We reported two weeks about the Samsung Exynos 8895 using a new 10nm process on their latest chipset. Their brand new flagship, the Galaxy Note7 was rumored to have the chipset under the hood, but later it was confirmed that it would have the Exynos 8890 itself. Using the new 10nm process will allow Samsung to greatly reduce the power consumption of the chipset as well as increase the overall performance.
It has been a long while since we’ve covered anything from Zen Mobile’s arsenal. Today we’re going to take a look at the Zen Cinemax 3, which has just been launched for consumers in India with a price tag of Rs. 5,499.
Another day, another smartphone leak. The Sony Xperia XR has made an appearance again, and it’s a device we think you’ll be very familiar with.
The Samsung Z2 is an upcoming smartphone running on Tizen OS (Samsung’s in-house made mobile OS, Android based though) and today’s piece of news is that it will land in India just a few days from now, on August 11th for Rs. 4499, which translates roughly into 67 US dollars. If you can find a smartphone cheaper than that, by all means, let me know.
If you’re a Samsung Pay user, read this article carefully if you want to avoid your credit card data to be compromised. According to Salvador Mendoza, a security researcher, the Samsung Pay system which is used by millions of smartphone users to make mobile payments all around the world can be exploited by hackers to steal your credit card information.
Whether you are a world traveler or spend half your day strolling about the campus, there’s a good chance you have an electronic device in need of charging. If it is a smartphone, laptop or slate, HP has a solution for you with the HP Powerup Backpack.