Xiaomi is launching a new smartphone series tomorrow, November 30th. The company is calling it “DeshKaSmartSolution,” which translates to “Country’s Smartphone.” The device is rumored to be priced at around $65.
Yep, I had to double-take when I read this first. ZTE now has a new budget offering that just made it past China’s TENAA. Apparently, this device flaunts a variety of RAM variants and packs in some decent specs for a budget device.
OnePlus tends to refresh its flagship device once every year, and the 5T is just that—a refresh to the OnePlus 5. Apparently, this time it is so different that it almost seems like a new device altogether. A user on Weibo, the “Chinese Twitter” has shared what he claims is a hands-on picture of the OnePlus 5T.
We’re a little over two months till the new year, which means that Redmi Note 5 leaks are in full swing. A lot of websites are talking about how the Redmi Note 5 will be featuring the SnapDragon 660 chipset. However, we disagree. Here’s our take on what the device might have in store for us.
Razer’s gaming products are one of the most iconic peripherals of the last decade. For a lot of people, gaming products are synonymous with products made by Razer. In an interview with CNBC’s Managing Asia, Min-Liang Tan, the CEO and co-founder of Razer, said the following:
Google might have added a slew of new hardware products at its launch event Wednesday, but it quietly tucked away its Android Wear smartwatch section on the Google Store. Now, the Google Store doesn’t provide a link to purchase Android Wear products. Instead, you’ll have to head over to Amazon to purchase them.
It seems that the trend of bezel-less phones is beginning to catch on. Oppo, one of the largest Chinese manufacturers of cell phones, is working on a bezel-less device, which is unsurprisingly going to be named as the Oppo Mix.
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note series is a developer as well as a consumer favorite. This time around, more leaks are coming up. According to Weibo, the Redmi Note 5 is going to sport an 18:9 display.
Apart from that, there is also speculation that the device may sport the Snapdragon 660 as its SoC. However, we aren’t very sure about that. More on that below.
According to a new report by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the highly-anticipated Apple iPhone 8 will have no fingerprint sensor. Instead, it’ll be replaced with a face-recognition system.
We have received news from our sources that Xiaomi’s “Flagship Dual Camera Smartphone” which will launch on September 5th will be the Mi A1. This is the first Xiaomi device with the Android One branding.