Cube announced another tablet from its iWork line, the iWork 8 Air, which features an 8-inch IPS display at the resolution of 1920*1200, a Cherry-trail Z8300 processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB eMMc storage and dual operating systems (Android 5.1 and Windows 10). This tablet will be priced at RMB499 ($76) in China, with a Bluetooth keyboard included. Prices in other regions may vary due to the customs and shipping costs.
Huawei released its all new budget smartphone, the Honor 5C. Priced at only RMB999($152) and RMB1099($167.5) respectively for the 16GB model and 32GB model, the Honor 5C offers a lot of specs for the money it asks for.
The new ZTE Axon 7 comes loaded with the hardware that is needed to deliver these services, and it does so at a price that is more affordable than the perennial top two in the smartphone segment, Apple and Samsung.
The PHAB2 Pro, powered by Tango technology – a set of sensors and software from Google that senses and maps its surroundings -makes a host of cutting-edge smartphone augmented reality (AR) experiences possible.
Lenovo’s Zuk brand is at it again, introducing the new Zuk Z2 with impressive specifications for its price tag.
Cube announced on its official website that they would soon released a tablet called Cube i7 Book, an upgraded version of the Cube i7 Stylus, which hit the market last year with a Wacom digitizer and an Intel Core M processor.
Back in April, Onda announced two Surface Book styled tablets – the anticipated 11.6″ oBook11 Pro and a smaller oBook10 Plus. According to Onda, the oBook 10 Plus was going to feature a 2560 x 1600p IPS screen, an Atom X5 Z8300, 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM, 64GB eMMC, the same Surface Book style hinge, and docking mechanism. Also, it was promoted as a dual boot tablet which also supports an active stylus of sorts, but not sure what tech.
Every so often, OPPO updates its A-series phones. They’re always floating around to give those who don’t like selfies and who don’t like mid-range flagships just something, anything to work with. And that’s what we’re dealing with here with the A59: decency. Read more »
Back when it still went by the name of LeTV, one of China’s most ambitious and rapidly expanding technology companies earned the title of world’s first smartphone manufacturer with a Snapdragon 820-powered model under its belt.
Lenovo is going to be unveiling their Project Tango smartphone later this week at their Lenovo Tech World event in San Francisco. We are also expecting a few other products from Lenovo, but the most interesting one is perhaps Project Tango. Lenovo announced back at CES 2016, that they were making a Project Tango smartphone with Google, and it would be the first Project Tango device that would be widely available (as the Project Tango tablet that Google developed with NVIDIA was very limited, and invite-only). Lenovo showed a few pictures of the device, but didn’t have any available for the press to take a look at, during the announcement. But we should see the device in the flesh later this week. Currently the rumor going around is that the Project Tango smartphone is actually going to be the 6.4-inch Lenovo PHAB 2 Pro, although that’s not confirmed.