Earlier today, we told you about a contest for Micromax’s YU brand and the upcoming Yu Yuphoria smartphone. Now we’re going to take a look at a new handset from the company’s main brand with the Micromax Canvas Play.
If you reside in the Far East, you have a huge selection of “budget” handsets to choose from, but folks in the states have a far slimmer selection. BLU Studios is one of the few manufacturers outside of the big boys to get our attention, and their latest smartphone, the BLU Selfie, is well worth a look if snapping photos is your thing.
Micromax separated itself from the competition with the Yu Yureka release, and we already know a follow-up is on the way with the Yuphoria smartphone. The company has done things differently with the Yu line, and they are continuing that trend with the Yu Yuphoria design contest that’s just kicked off to promote the upcoming smartphone.
I’ve been watching MMA since Couture was still a force in the cage, so news of a mobile MMA game quickly got my attention. After a long soft-launch, EA finally gave EA Sports UFC Mobile a wide release, and as a big fan, I felt it my duty to give it a rundown. Without further ado, here we go with our EA Sports UFC Mobile review.
It’s not hard to see trends coming in the smartphone world, and last year we knew we’d be seeing a lot of QHD displays in 2015. That prediction has come true, and it looks like 2016 may be the year of big batteries and lots of RAM. We’ve touched on several upcoming handsets with both features, and you can now add one more to the list with the Lenovo K80.