The Chinese smartphones are famous for their relatively low prices and cheap build qualities, but Vivo is looking to change that with its Vivo XPlay. The flagship from Vivo, the Vivo XPlay is a very surprisingly well equipped smartphone which has absolutely made us its fan.
Just few days ago we were pondering on how the next Google and Motorola phone would look like. Today we have the Motorola XT912A; a phone which we suspect will not be the fabled Motorola X Phone. The leak comes from a Vietnamese site named Tinhte which immediately states that the smartphone is not the aforementioned Google X Phone, which is quite clear from the screen size.
The phablet is heating gradually and every manufacturer is looking to dominate it. The phablet era started with the advent of the Galaxy Note series and has been a critical hit. Pantech Vega No. 6 is large smartphone aiming to catch your attention with its rather large 5.9 inch display.
The Samsung Galaxy S IV rumor mill is in full gear now and one of the latest involves a cool feature called Samsung Orb. The new camera feature looks to be similar to the Photo Sphere feature that came with Jelly Bean aka Android 4.4, but amped up for use with the Galaxy S IV.
Yesterday was a bid day for gamers everywhere, casuals or pros all were at least intrigued of what Sony might actual bring to the table. Sony technically did reveal its latest and greatest gaming console, but without disclosing any solid details or showing the console itself.
While the world was all excited about what HTC had in store yesterday, NVIDIA was making its very own announcements. The graphic centric company announced that it will be launching the Tegra 4i, a smaller and LTE enabled chip for mobile phones. The good chaps at the company are also considerate of manufacturer’s pain and are offering the NVIDIA Phoenix, a reference phone which will make the lives of OEMs a little easier.
These are some really exciting times for smartphone fans; manufacturers are starting to compete and are pushing the limits. Lenovo is looking to leave its very own make on the smartphone industry with its Lenovo K900 smartphone. And from what we are seeing, Lenovo K900 is looking to ho head to head with the competition.
One of the more interesting things to come out of CES this morning is NVIDIA’s Project Shield. While it sounds like some sort of defensive project from Darpa, it’s actually NVIDIA’s attempt to put its stamp on mobile gaming and yes that’s Skyrim running on the screen in the picture.
A latest classification from the Federal Communication Commission implies that Asus might be gearing up to release another tablet dubbed Asus P1801-T. The Asus P1801-T is a rather unusual sized tablet with a massive size of 18 inches, and is rumored to be ready for launch in 2013.
The guys over at XDA are at it again. Those wonderful and astonishing tech tinkerers constantly conjure amazing hacks and mod for all us common folks to use and enjoy. This time around they cooked up a simple yet awesome hack in their Android kitchen, making the much beloved Nexus 4 more beloved
A report published in Forbes suggested that Dell is quitting the smartphone business really soon. And they might never return again. Dell’s vice chairman and president of global operation and end user computing solutions, Jeff Clarke released the news while in Dell World conference this Wednesday.
Last week a job listing from Nokia sparked some rumors. The said rumors pointed towards a possibility of an Android device manufactured by Nokia. The posting which is now conspicuously removed was titled “Principal Software Engineer, Embedded Linux Middleware at Nokia”. Embedded Linux Middleware, for those who don’t speck tech is almost a synonym of Android in the smartphone world.