Gionee has launched a new smartphone in India - A1.
The A1 comes with a 5.5-inch 1080p display and is powered by MediaTek MT6755 chipset. The device has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, expandable with a microSD card.
The main camera has 13MP, while the selfie shooter rocks 16MP. Other features include a fingerprint sensor and a 4,010 mAh battery.
As of October last year, the Galaxy Note7 is officially dead. Due to faulty batteries, Samsung stopped the sale of this smartphone and welcomed all of their users to return the devices.
However, just recently I saw a user bragging on Twitter that his Note7 is still alive and running. Samsung said that around 97% of the devices had been returned, meaning that there are still 3% of the Note7 units running in the wild.
The Korean company limited the charging on some Galaxy Note7 devices to 60%, but now they have decided to put an end to all the remaining Note7 units around the world. Samsung will issue a new update to end the charging of all the Note7s around the world, making them useless.
Xiaomi Mi 6 has been rumored for a while now, and it seems that the company will unveil the device in the second week of April.
Of course, before the official launch come the leaks. We already know that the company should unveil two devices - the Mi 6 and a more powerful Mi 6 Plus.
The latest leaks reveal the variants and pricing of the phones. According to the report, both phones will have three versions, with a different combination of RAM and internal storage.
After numerous leaked photos of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ have flooded the internet, the photos of the retail boxes for the devices have leaked.
The leaked photos show the Samsung Galaxy S8+ retail box, which isn't anything special, to be honest. However, the back of the box shows details of what the package contains.
With the phone, you will get a micro USB connector and a USB connector, which is likely the same pair of adapters that came with the Note7.
Apple recently launched a new color option for its iPhone 7 lineup - red, and the color has proven to be extremely popular in, where else other than China!
Over 350,000 people have registered their interest in them on Chinese retailer site. Have in mind, these are registrations, and people didn't have to leave any deposit for them, so the actual number might be different once the phones hit the market.
The phones will be available from March 24th, and every purchase will contribute to the Global Fund to support HIV/AIDS programs and help deliver an AIDS-free generation.
Tomislav Himbele, Head of Marketing for Eastern Europe at HMD Global, recently stated that the company aims to see Nokia in the top three in the next three years.
To achieve that, or come anywhere near that result, the company will have to invest a lot of money, but also make their phones available globally.
It has been confirmed that the Nokia 3310 will be available in Europe in mid-May to early June, the same as the three Nokia-branded smartphones announced at MWC 2017. But, up until now, there was no mention of the availability in the US.
Oppo has launched their new 'selfie expert' - the F3 Plus.
The F3 Plus has double front cameras for perfect selfies. The device has dual front cameras - one 16MP camera and one 8MP 120° wide-angle cameras. The rear camera has 16MP and Sony IMX398 sensor behind a bright f/1.7 aperture.
The 6-inch display phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 and comes with 4GB of RAM an 64GB of internal storage, expandable with a microSD card.
After seeing numerous photo leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, a new day brings a new leak but this time in the form of a short unofficial video.
The video shows a working Galaxy S8, and it is clear that the device doesn't have a front button. The fingerprint reader is now relocated to the back of the phone, next to the camera.
Both devices will have curved edges, minimal bezels, and an additional button on the side for virtual assistant Bixby that the company officially announced and confirmed that it would be featured on the upcoming devices.
Less than four months after the launch of the Xiaomi's most ambitious phone so far, the Mi MIX, the company's CEO Lei Jun confirmed that they are working on its successor.
The company is reportedly aiming for 93 percent screen-to-body ratio this time, and it has been confirmed that Xiaomi is once again developing the phone with the help of French designer Philippe Starck, who worked on the design of the original Mi MIX.
A new leak on Chinese Weibo shows what is supposed to be the Mi MIX 2. Although it looks very similar to the original device, some differences are obvious.
Apple has launched a new iPad model, simply named - iPad. The new iPad replaces the previous iPad Air 2.
The specs of the device remain more or less the same, with one big change. Apple replaced the old A8X chip with the 64-bit A9, first seen in the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
The new iPad is also a bit thicker at 7.5mm due to a bigger 32.4Wh battery.