We all know SKK Mobile is all about affordability, and its Helios tablet series maintains this trend. A dual core variant appeared a couple of months back, and the quad-core variant recently turned up as a more powerful alternative.
Cloudfone has announced two new tablets: the CloudPad One 6.95 and CloudPad One 8. These tablets are a follow-up to the previously unveiled CloudPad One 7.0 and give consumers more choices in terms of screen size.
Asus really did gathered a lot of attention when they’ve announced the very first smartphone with 4GB of RAM, the Asus Zenfone 2. That declaration really did excite a lot people, which made the device easily one of the most highly anticipated smartphone even months before its release.
Cherry Mobile has unveiled their newest game-breaking device, the Cherry Mobile Flare X. The country’s leading local phone brand continues to redefine boundaries by introducing yet another smartphone that will surely excite budget conscious gadget enthusiasts.
O+ is really pushing their very own 360 technology in the market with the release of the O+ 360 HD, the fourth device on this line-up in just less than a year. The 360 technology uses a sensor that’s situated at the back, which can recognize swiping and tapping, gestures that are also being done on the device’s display.
Just as we predicted last month, Asus has launched its new line of Android tablets. The tablets are collectively called the Asus ZenPad and come in several sizes. A beefed up version is also available and called the ZenPad S 8.0.
Over the years, Google has been becoming more and more serious about making Android the best mobile operating system. Its open-source nature makes it easy to spread out and it attracted lots of manufacturers and partners around the world.
Selling your old Android smartphone is a great way to get some quick cash, but the possible treasure of information it contains is potentially worth more to hackers and identity thieves. If you think a factory reset is enough to swipe your sensitive data from an old smartphone, think again.
First unveiled last month without much fanfare, the Cloudfone Epic 7.1 and Epic 8.9 have been officially launched. It seems the Philippines is getting its dual-boot tablets after all.
If you’re looking for an 8 inch tablet that does it all on a budget, the Huawei MediaPad T1 may be for you. It features an 8 inch WXGA screen (1280 x 800), 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 processor, 1GB RAM and …
The most anticipated android smartphone of the year is coming to Smart Infinity.
Two Cloudfone tablets have been spotted on the company’s website: the Cloudfone Epic 7.1 and Epic 8.9. Both apparently have the ability to boot into either Windows or Android.