Yesterday, we told you about a huge Lenovo leak that spilled the beans on four new handsets headed for MWC. That’s a lot of phones, but one was left out as we’ve just learned the Lenovo Vibe Max is coming as well and it’s bringing a massive display along with it.
While you’ll never see us sporting one, we are no stranger to Vertu’s luxury devices and have kept tabs on the company over the past few years. Their latest creation, the Vertu Pure Jet Red Gold, is actually one of their more “plain” smartphones, but it will still set you back a staggering $23,100.
Google is still trying to get the Android One program rolling, and yesterday the company help a big event in the Philippines to promote the platform. Android One may have been the star of the show, but during the presser word slipped about the upcoming Android M update.
We expected to see a slew of new smartphones in a few weeks at MWC, but there have been no shortage of new devices released in India over the past few weeks. We just told you about a new Intex handset that runs Android 5.0 a few days back, and now they’ve launched another with the Intex Aqua Star II.
It’s taken companies a while to come around to big batteries, but Lava has embraced the movement with its Fuel series smartphones. They’ve also just released another handset in the lineup as the dual-SIM Lava Iris Fuel 20 is headed to India with a large 4,400mAh battery.
Earlier today, we told you about the rumored Samsung Galaxy S6 release date, and now we’re back with another juicy bit of news. The Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to arrive with a brand new design, and a new rumor suggests that won’t be the only “new” thing about the S6 as it may have wireless charging out of the box.
We’ve spent quite a bit of time talking about ZTE smartphones like the ZTE Blade S6 and Max series. The company has also started launching more handsets globally, and the budget friendly ZTE N919D has just touched down in India for Rs. 6,999.
Blu grabbed our attention last year with their low-priced smartphones, and today they dropped one with a very large battery. It’s called the Blu Studio Energy, and it has twice the juice of a normal handset.
Oppo got folks attention with interesting devices like the Oppo N3, but they also produce plenty of “normal” smartphones like the Oppo U3 and 1005. The company has just announced another new handset, and this time around it’s the 64-bit Oppo 3000.
Some smartphones come into the spotlight with a bang while others quietly get released without much fanfare. That happened with the Moto E 4G LTE edition last night, and now the Sony Xperia E4 and E4 Dual have shown up sans announcement.
Micromax’s Yu Yureka has been a rousing success so far, and the company has been on top of things from flash sales to Yu Yureka updates that squash bugs. If you missed out on the opportunity to buy the handset previously, you will have another chance this Thursday with a new Yu Yureka sale on Amazon.