Those expecting some change from Motorola after being acquired by Lenovo will be disappointed. The company will be sticking with its current strategy by focusing on a limited number of devices. Rick Osterloh, the President of Motorola, confirmed to Re/code that this year will see the arrival of new devices from low-cost phones to wearables.
When a new product is launched, we come across a large number of hands-on and first impression videos to give us a better idea of what’s new about a particular device. But it’s always better when something like that is coming directly from the company (or not), as we get detailed information about the products which most hands-on videos might not cover.
Gionee finally took the wraps off of the Elife S7 during Mobile World Congress. At 5.5 mm thick it’s pretty thin, but not even their thinnest phone. It will will sport a 5.2-inch 1080p display, a 1.7 GHz 64-bit octa-core MediaTek MT6752 processor, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, 13 MP rear camera, 8 MP front-facing camera, support for 24-bit 192 kHz Hi-Fi quality audio codec, 2,750 mAh battery, and Android 5.0 with Amigo 3.0. It’s all packed into a magnesium alloy frame and weighs only 126 grams.
It will be priced at Rs. 27, 730 ($448) and will launch in India on April 3rd. You will have your choice of either White, Black, Blue, and Pink for colors.
Be sure to check out our complete coverage of Mobile World Congress 2015.
source: Fone Arena
The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge may have only been announced a few days ago on March 1st, but Samsung is already seeing some benefits. Firstly in the form of its share price rising by over 4% and by the number of pre-orders placed for its latest flagship smartphones according to the President of the IT & Mobile Communications Division, Shin Jong-kyun. More details after the break.
LG Electronic’s mobile chief, Cho Jun-ho, is saying that the G4 will be “radically different” than the G3.
For starters, LG is joining the metal party by including a metal body on the G4. Moving on to software, LG will utilize UX 4.0, but it’s unclear how different it will be vs older phones.
It’s been a couple of days since the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge handsets were officially announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and we are still finding out new things about them. What we have today is confirmation of the 22 premium apps and services that Samsung will give Galaxy S6 owners via its Galaxy Gifts program.
If you’ve followed our coverage of Mobile World Congress 2015, you’ve probably noticed that HTC has released its latest flagship smartphone, the One M9. As you would expect, the M9 features the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM and BoomSound speakers on the front of the device along with a refinement of the all-metal body. If you would like the chance to win a HTC One M9 before they even go on sale to the public, HTC are holding a SweepStakes promotion to do just that. We have the link after the break.
NVIDIA’s Grid service allows gamers to stream PC games to a Shield device from anywhere. It differs from GameStream in that NVIDIA provides the host computer, so you don’t actually need a gaming computer to handle the processing. Up until now, that service has been free for anyone, but that looks like it’ll change in the coming months.