The Meizu m1 is the latest addition to the company’s lineup of aggressively priced yet decently equipped smartphones.
After its launch in India, OnePlus One is eyeing Indonesia next. Our Southeast Asian neighbor will be able to pre-order the smartphone beginning January 27.
Remember when we said that all WPhone 8 devices will be getting a sweet Windows 10 upgrade? It’s quite a bold promise made by Microsoft. For now, the company has specifically confirmed three upgradeable Lumia models: the Lumia 435, the Lumia 735 and the Lumia 930.
CloudFone’s first LTE device is called the GEO 400LTE. It’s an entry-level smartphone that’s available at Globe Postpaid Plan 349.
Cheap and powerful—these are the two aspects epitomized by the latest smartphone releases of Xiaomi and Asus. That said, the former’s Mi Note and the latter’s ZenFone 2 are just begging to be compared. Check out their features side by side here.
Oppo has unveiled yet another smartphone, the Oppo R1C. The back of the phone sports a sapphire glass panel.
Like other serious players in the smartphone market, Oppo has been busy releasing many smartphones. Its latest midrange entry is the Oppo Mirror 3.
The Microsoft Lumia 532 has been announced. It’s a 4-inch smartphone with a quad-core CPU and Windows Phone 8.1.
Windows Phones are getting even more affordable, with the Microsoft Lumia 435 being the latest and cheapest entry to the WPhone experience.
Amidst the throngs of gadgets that fought for the spotlight in CES 2015 is the Lenovo A6000, the little smartphone that could. Its specs are entry-level, but it’s expected to have an aggressively cheap price.
Three new entry-level to mid-range smartphones have reached our shores: the Samsung Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7.
It first jumped on the mobile device bandwagon in the form of tablets, and now Polaroid has a couple of smartphones in CES 2015. One of these is the Polaroid Selfie, a 5.5-inch smartphone with a rotating camera.