Huawei’s latest flagship device, the P8, was launched just a few weeks back in London alongside its phablet variant, the P8max. We managed to get our hands on the P8 for a brief period, and while it’s a very sleek and speedy device, we’re not entirely sure if it’s refined enough.
It seems like HTC isn’t done rolling out more and more smartphones into the market yet. A plastic variant of the new HTC One M9+, dubbed the M9e, has been spotted on TENAA, the Chinese equivalent of SIRIM in Malaysia. Interestingly, this particular model will not retain the Duo Camera of the M9+.
Details about the specifications for two new Windows phones have begun floating around, and it looks like fans of the Windows platform are about to receive the kind of flagship device that they have been waiting for. It also looks like Microsoft is looking to make two similar devices, that are mainly differentiated by screen size.
It was previously revealed that Samsung’s latest flagship devices, the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, were equipped with an excellent Sony IMX 240 camera sensor. However, certain users are reporting that their device has an ISOCELL camera sensor instead, which is Samsung’s very own camera module.
Back during its official launch in India last month, Xiaomi has promised to launch Mi 4i in Southeast Asia within this month. Earlier today, the company has revealed the release date and pricing for the smartphone in Singapore which has potentially made it as the first country in the region to receive the device.
It’s not often that one sees a tech savvy political leader; however, Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has proven to be the exception to the rule. Lee has posted a screenshot of the code for a Sudoku solver he coded to his public Facebook page, as well as a link to the actual code for download.