The past few days were pretty busy - we were bombarded with announcements. Asus definitely managed to stand out, thanks to its new ZenFone3 lineup - the new family already has a basic, Delux and Ultra model on offer. Naturally, in traditional Asus fashion, we expect a lot more Zenfone 3 variants and modifications down the road and word is already out of a possible Snapdragon 823 powered Delux model, said to hit Asia in August.
Continuing down the list of announced handsets, we find the ZUK Z2. An ISOCELL camera, Snapdragon 820 SoC and 4GB of RAM sound almost too good to be true for $275.
Sony introduced a mid-range offer of its own - the Xperia E5 was unveiled with a MTK6735, 5-inch 720p display, 1.5GB of RAM and an asking price of €199.
LG also has a pair of newcomers, the LG X Power and X Style. The HTC One M9+ Prime Camera Edition is now a thing and so is the YU Yunicorn.
In other news, everybody is still pondering over the next Samsung Galaxy Note device, with rumors now hinting at the possibility of a dual-camera setup, like the one allegedly heading to the iPhone 7 Plus or Pro edition. The OnePlus 3 has also been the focal point of many heated discussions now that the Chinese OEM announced that it is officially ditching the invite system and gave fans something to look forward to with a June 14 launch date. We also can't fail to mention Xiaomi's highlights form the week. The Mi Band 2 is now official so is the MIUI 8.
Metal bodies, fast cameras, and RAM for days.
The sequel runs Marshmallow on a Snapdragon 820. The main camera has a 13MP ISOCELL with relatively large pixels.
The announcement was made by the Chinese company's India head on Twitter.
Historically, that's what the 5 in the spotted SM-N935G model number indicates.
The update brings about a vast array of visual improvements.
Philippines and India are currently being rumored.
The 5-inch, Mediatek-powered devices will retail for €199.
Are the days of 16GB iPhones finally coming to an end?
The specs we know so far include a 5.5-inch AMOLED 1080p screen and a Snapdragon 820 chipset with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM.
Both phones were shown off in Ukraine without much fanfare.
The hardware is packed in an 11.9mm aerospace-grade aluminum alloy chassis, which weighs just 910 grams. With a 12.5" 1080p screen, the ZenBook 3 is the company's highest screen-to-body ratio of its l...
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Listed on eBay India, the handset carries a price tag of INR 22,999 (around $340).
There may be a new super mini on the horizon to fill the shoes of the Xperia Z Compact.
The Xperia X is priced at INR 48,990 ($729), while the Xperia XA costs INR 20,990 ($312).
It should complement the recently announced Honor V8 in the Chinese company's portfolio.
Intel announced today at Computex its first 10-core CPU. The Core i7-6950X Extreme Edition runs at 3GHz, but can boost up to 3.5GHz and has 25MB of cache. The boost is controlled by the company's new ...
It's rumored spec-sheet currently reads SD820 SoC, 6-inch full HD display, 20MP rear camera, and 64GB storage.
Industry sources claim the hardware is already in development and will amke its debut on the phablet.
Apple will thus change its ways after having come up with big changes every two years recently.
After quite a few leaks and even a couple of early an still ongoing pre-sales events, Xiaomi's latest fitness...
Most countries are still on pre-orders, though.
This comes less than a month after the company unveiled a phone dubbed One M9 Prime Camera Edition.
The device will be available for purchase the very next day (i.e., June 16).
Both a 4GB and a 6GB option are now present on the certification page.
The antenna lines depicted match all the previous leaks we've had about the new design.