Vivo doesn’t seem to mind exposing everything about the V5 Plus before its official launch later this week. Case in point: The new phone is now listed on Vivo’s official website, revealing all of the handset’s features.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from ASUS throughout the years, the company and its CEOs think highly of their phones, to the point of calling them “better than Apple, better than Samsung.” Still not satisfied with its success, the Taiwanese manufacturer set another high bar for itself.
Back when we learned about the Vivo V5 Plus’ launch date, we were kept in the dark when it came to its specifications. Now, thanks to one of Malaysia’s online retailers, we know pretty much everything about the upcoming phone.
One of the better yet least talked about flagship smartphones of 2016 was the HTC 10. While there wasn’t anything wrong with it, the all-metal handset was just there. HTC wants to change that with a new series that’ll hopefully get people to talk about it more.
We’ve been covering 2-in-1 convertibles and outlandish gaming laptops so often recently, we almost forgot regular notebooks can be good even without crazy features. The new ASUS ZenBook 3 Deluxe is here to remind us about that.
Newly launched products at CES have this thing that makes every gadget we own suddenly look like outdated junk. We’ve seen several of those already, and the Dell Canvas is the latest piece of high-tech hardware to do so.
Manufacturers have been trying all sorts of tricks to make televisions interesting again — from turning them into smart entertainment hubs to forcing 3D content down our throats — but to no avail. That’s about to change, however, with Sony’s first-ever foray into OLED TVs.
Against all odds, Lenovo is joining the gaming notebook segment with two fully equipped laptops. They’re colorful, up-to-date, and relatively wallet-friendly. [Update: There’s going to be a Y920, as well!]
Even when the spotlight was on the V5 during its launch last November, Vivo wouldn’t stop teasing fans about the higher-end V5 Plus. No specs or pricing are available yet, but we at least know now when it’s launching. [Update: Specs have been leaked!]
Although Huawei didn’t get the green light from Google to make a Nexus 6P successor (the big G instead gave HTC a shot at redemption with the Pixel phones), 2016 has been a good year for the Chinese phone maker. Exceptionally good, actually.
Lenovo today unveiled a new high-end phone under its Zuk sub-brand. Specifically, the Zuk Edge takes aim at the likes of the OnePlus 3T and the Xiaomi Mi Note 2, offering the best specs available while at the same time keeping the price under $400.