There were reports of a brand new phone that Huawei was about to release on July 14th. The invitations to the event showcased the device that looked an awful lot like the Mate 8, but didn’t have anything about its hardware capabilities. The phone is called Huawei Maimang 5 and it has just passed through Chinese Telecom Authority, TENAA, and we’ve got most of the hardware specs of the phone now. The phone is targeted towards the younger crowd, or at least that is what the slogan says.
The upcoming Nexus 2016 has been in the news quite often in the past few weeks, including today when we showed you a render of its design. Ready for a Google-branded smartwatch? According to a new report, one may arrive alongside the new Nexus.
Sharp has been on a roll lately. The company has been launching handsets right and left, and they are continuing that trend today in Taiwan. The Sharp Aquos P1 has just been announced for the region, and it has some very interesting specs.
Last week, big news broke regarding the new Nexus 2016 lineup. We learned it would be handled by HTC, and now we are getting a look at the handsets through some slick new renders.
A considerable amount of time has been discussing the merits of the Gear VR compared to a regular Cardboard VR headset. That gap has slowly shrunk over the past year, but Sammy could have a new Gear VR in the works if a leak pans out. We expect Virtual Reality to be the hottest thing […]
It’s been a long while since we took a look at a Notion Ink device, but one caught our interest today. The Notion Ink Able 10 is soon bound for India, and when it lands in the region, it will be a Snapdeal exclusive with a hefty price tag of Rs. 24,990.
Nintendo is aiming for big things with the mobile gaming sector. At their annual general shareholders meet, Nintendo’s general manager for Entertainment Planning and Development announced about the Nintendo Mobile Controllers. Having released Miitomo, their first ever game on mobile, they are planning on doing more things rather than just games.
If you’re an Android user and you most probably are, read this article very carefully as you may be one of the over 85 million Android users world-wide infected with HummingBad malware by a Chinese Ad firm. The firm is called Yingmob and it has been found to control tens of millions of Android running devices all around the world, thus getting more than $300,000 per month in ad revenue (fraudulent, obviously).
Remember the Mi Max from Xiaomi. I mean, who can forget a phone that has a 6.44-inch display and is a solid performer, but comes at a bargain. Guess what, it just got more affordable. Xiaomi unveiled the Mi Max back in May, with two different storage options. One variant had the Snapdragon 650, along with 32GB of internal storage and 3GB of RAM. The higher end variant had the Snapdragon 652, along with 4 gigs of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Now we have a third variant for the Xiaomi Mi Max.
The rumors just fail to die down with the iPhone 7. We recently had reports that the iPhone 7 will have IP68 certification and will ditch the headphone jack. Based on a Wall Street Journal report, we now have some solid confirmation that the new iPhone will come with 32GB of base storage. This was allegedly revealed by someone very close to the developments in Apple, but WSJ did not reveal who it actually was.