Apart from launching Lumia 640 and 640 XL, Microsoft seems to have surprised quite a number of pple in the crowd earlier today by also unveiling its brand new Universal Foldable Keyboard. Just like the previously released Universal Mobile Keyboard, this new Bluetooth wireless keyboard supports Android, iOS and Windows devices.
Now that most of 2015’s flagship smartphones we’ve seen so far are powered by the latest Snapdragon 810 processor, what does Qualcomm have in stored for the future? The Snapdragon 820 of course, along with a new Qualcomm Zeroth that promises a new mobile experience for users.
Cyanogen and Qualcomm have entered into a partnership to build new Reference Design devices from the chipmaker. Qualcomm has been building these devices as a quick way for smaller brands to get phones out on the market quickly. With Cyanogen onboard, the company can now promise a better software experience on these Reference Designs as well.
After announcing the Lenovo Vibe Shot, the company has also unveiled a budget-friendly smartphone, the Lenovo A7000. What sets this particularly affordable smartphone apart from its competition is the Dolby Atmos feature, a new surround sound technology for mobile. As it turns out, the Lenovo A7000 is the first smartphone to boast such a feature.
Microsoft has offically announced the Lumia 640 (shown above) after accidentally outing the device yesterday. The Windows Phone 8.1 powered smartphone is an entry level smartphone, that seems to be preparing the market for the arrival of Windows 10. A larger Lumia 640 XL being made available at the same time.
Xiaomi previously teased its fans with an image of a matchbox, and now the mysterious device has come out of the shadows. Bearing the name the Yi Action Camera, the company’s latest product is a GoPro-style action camera which features similar specifications but at a fraction of the price.
Many thought that this device would be the Lenovo Vibe Z3 Pro, but apparently it is the Lenovo Vibe Shot. The company has unveiled its latest smartphone at MWC, a 16MP camera smartphone that features optical image stabilisation and a BSI sensor. It really does look more like a camera than a smartphone.
Unveiled alongside the new Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet is the Xperia M4 Aqua, an upper mid-range smartphone that looks remarkably similar to the Xperia Z3, the company’s current flagship. The M4 Aqua may not be the successor to the Xperia Z3, but it does carry some of the Z3’s traits.