Hugo Barra, Xiaomi’s Vice President of International, has said in an interview that consumers should not expect any SD card slot in the company’s flagship devices. Of course, Xiaomi has its own reasons on why it is “fundamentally against an SD card slot in its high performance devices.”
It looks like the ZTE Nubia Z9 Maxi and Z9 Mini are not the only Nubia Z9 series ZTE has got up its sleeves. The Chinese company just took the curtains off the ZTE Nubia Z9 smartphone that packs a punch inside this borderless phone, including allowing you to squeeze the phone to trigger shortcuts.
Xiaomi will be holding its fifth fan gathering of 2015, and it has chosen Malaysia as its next stop in order to celebrate the first anniversary of Mi Malaysia. Registration for the event is open until 10 May 2015 (this Sunday), and Mi Malaysia will only select 50 people to join them at the event.
Google has revealed the schedule for its Google I/O conference later this month, and it looks like the internet giant is preparing to take the lid off the next version of its mobile operating system, Android M. There are a few other announcements set to be made at the 2.5 hour long keynote, and this includes something about a new wearable from Google’s Advanced Technologies And Projects group.
Blink, and you’d have missed it. Celcom’s new excellent value-for-money postpaid plan, the First Basic 38, appears to have had its rumoured speed cap lifted for all of its subscribers, allowing them to finally enjoy LTE data speeds as opposed to a maximum 7Mbps up until just yesterday.
The Grand Theft Auto franchise is no stranger to mods, but the Vehicle Cannon Mod probably takes the cake as the craziest-looking mod out there for GTA V. Just as its name suggests, it lets players shoot out cars instead of bullets out of (presumably) any gun in the game, including a minigun. Let the mayhem ensue.