Before Huawei’s high-end Mate 9 lands next week, the Chinese brand decided to release a low-end option in its native land. Called the Enjoy 6, the budget-friendly smartphone offers features that are enjoyable, to say the least.
BlackBerry, the innovative maker of mobile phones, is dead. But by the genius of branding and the company’s software expertise, the BlackBerry name will carry on, at least for the time being. To wit, BlackBerry just announced the successor to the DTEK50, which broke cover earlier in the year.
In the tech world, you either imitate or innovate. Xiaomi has always been known as an imitator, but all that’s about to change with the unveiling of the practically borderless Mi Mix. Unlike other concept devices, however, this stunner will actually see the light of day sooner than you think.
Just as you thought Xiaomi couldn’t do any better than the Mi 5s and 5s Plus, the Chinese manufacturer decided to outdo itself and launch its Mi Note 2 flagship phablet before the holidays. We may have our Galaxy Note 7 replacement.
Despite a booming Indian market dripping with potential and promise, China remains the world’s biggest buyer of smartphones. And according to a new study, it has two new vendors that reign at the top of the smartphone pack.
Samsung’s next top-shelf smartphone, the forthcoming Galaxy S8, has a lot to live up to. Following two Galaxy Note 7 recalls and the news of its discontinuation, the S8 needs to be nothing short of the best phone ever built to make up for lost sales and lost faith in the brand.
Gaming notebooks are designed to blow minds, as proven by ASUS and Acer’s recent launches on the grand stage. As each company continues to one-up the other, Razer discreetly released its latest Blade Pro model, to the delight of gamers everywhere.
As mobile gadgets rise in shipments each year, traditional laptops and desktop computers continue to slump. HP, who’s been such a strong player for Windows-powered machines, is fully aware of the situation, and has turned its attention to the one market that values conventional computing: Gamers.
As fascinating as the leaked renders of the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 were earlier this week, they didn’t reveal the information we really cared about, namely the specifications and pricing. Now we have those and more, thanks to presentation slides that spilled.