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.
Bright and realistic sound.
Noise cancelling works well in blocking out all kinds of background noise.
Solid battery life.
Possible for both wired and wireless use.
The volume is significantly lower while the noise cancelling is off.
The build quality is only average among headphones in this price range.
Active noise cancelling has always been considered a feature only for high-end headphones. But here come the Ausdom ANC7, which have a price tag of $129 on Amazon. Since many wiereless headphones released by this Shenzhen based manufacture offer quite compelling values, we’d like to take a closer look at these all new headphones.
Cube iWork 12 Main Specs
• OS: Windows 10 Home 64bit & Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
• Display: 12.2-inch IPS, 10-point multi-touch, IGZO
• Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1200 (16:10)
• CPU: Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8300 Quad-core Processor
• CPU Frequency: 1.44GHz – 1.84GHZ
• GPU: Intel HD Graphic Gen8
• RAM / Storage: 4GB / 64GB
• Function: WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, OTG
• Camera: 5MP back camera, 2MP front camera
• Battery: 9,000mAh
• Extend Port: USB 3.0 port, TF Card Slot, Micro USB, 3.5mm Headphone Jack, Micro HDMI
• Weight & Size: 930g / 302.9*194.9*9.15mm
The full written review: http://cngadget.info/2016/in-depth-review-of-the-cube-iwork-12-dual-boot-z8300-convertible-tablet/
Running dual operating systems, and switching from one to the other is simple.
Screen offers good viewing angles and vibrant colors.
Premium build material.
Robust keyboard connection.
Decent battery life.
Extremely slow to charge.
Very little improvement in performance compared to the Bay-trail powered tablets.
A lot heavier than the Surface 3.
Once considered a novelty, headphones with armature drivers are now more common as many Chinese brands such as Astrotec, Dunu and Sound Magic have released a variety of less expensive armature and hybrid headphones in recent years. No brand went as far as Xiaomi, though, pricing its hybrid dual driver in-ear-headphones at only $17.54, which is truly affordable to everyone.
1more is a fairly new Chinese brand specialized in making headphones, but they did come with lots of promises. The fabulous packaging, refined design and moderate pricing showed their determination in making it big. Having released several entry-level iems and gained a lot of positive feedback, they finally aimed at the higher-end of the market, releasing an all new hybrid model – the 1more E1001 hybrid 3-way in-ear headphone.
- Type: Closed, hybrid
- Power handling capacity: 5mW
- Driver unit: HD Hybrid 3-way (16mm dynamic + 2×Balanced Armature)
- Frequency response: 20-40,000 Hz
- Sensitivity: 99 dB/mW
- Impedance: 32 Ω
- Cord type : Approx. 1.25m, enameled copper cord
- Plug: Gold-plated straight stereo mini plug (3.5mm)
- Weight: 18g
Supplied accessories: Hybrid silicone rubber earbuds (5 pairs), Foamed silicone earbud (3 pairs), Cord adjuster, Carrying case, flight plug adapter
Sunvell QBOX firmware 20160509
- File size: 677.3 MB
- Uploaded: 2015.07.04
- Download: QBOX-20160509.zip
- Notes: Google Play fix
Xiaomi has announced several smartphones this year, including the Redmi Note 3, Redmi 3 Pro and the company’s flagship, the Mi 5. That being said, Xiaomi is planning to release some new hardware on May 10th, the company has confirmed that the Xiaomi Max (also referred to as the Xiaomi Mi Max) phablet and MIUI 8 OS are coming, while the Mi Band 2 fitness tracker is also a possibility, even though it wasn’t officially confirmed that it will launch. The company’s CEO has already released real life images of the Xiaomi Max and Mi Band 2, and the fitness band has surfaced in a new image yesterday as well. As it usually goes, new leak surfaced once again, read on.
The new Xiaomi Smartwatch release date is expected to be announced in the coming weeks. As its release is confirmed to be in the second half of this year, as per Tech Times. This particular wearable smart device though would not be like their Mi Band that targets health-conscious adults. This highly anticipated Xiaomi Smartwatch release is targeted for kids and, appropriately, named Mi Bunny. Like many smart devices, it is expected to have both WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. This cute and functional smartwatch is expected to be priced at $45.