Besides a slew of notebooks announced earlier today, Acer also took the opportunity to release its latest generation of its Liquid Leap wearable. These new products offer an insight into the company’s approach in the emerging wearables industry, with an emphasis on style, activity tracking and battery conservation.
The Xiaomi Mi 4i has been officially unveiled in India. With a 5-inch display and a generous 3,120mAh battery, it is essentially a plastic variant of the Xiaomi Mi 4 with slightly different hardware. Interestingly, the Chinese company mentioned that the Mi 4i has been 18 months in the making.
We sat down for an interview with the Product Director of Asus, Alvin Chou, to talk about the company’s new smartphone, the Zenfone 2. During the interview, we asked Chou how Asus would compete against Chinese smartphone manufacturers such as Xiaomi and Honor. Surprisingly, he responded that Asus does not compare itself against them. Instead, the Taiwanese company is setting Apple as its benchmark for the Zenfone 2.
Here it is: the Asus ZenFone 2 is now officially launched in Southeast Asia. Just like last year, it is launched in a regional launch event held here in Jakarta. Unveiled back at CES 2015, four different variants of the ZenFone 2 have been revealed since then: the high-end ZE551ML, mid-range ZE550ML, and entry-level ZE500CL. However, it seems like we won’t be getting the cheapest model.
In conjunction with the Chinese company’s 5th birthday, Xiaomi held its Mi Fan Festival – a huge online sale party to celebrate the occasion – yesterday. Within a 12-hour period, 2.11 million phones were sold and the company recorded a total revenue of CNY2.08 billion (about RM1,216,059,360).
The Intel Developer Forum has brought to light some interesting details about the future of Intel’s Atom x3 processor, as well as a first look at the Realsense camera on a smartphone. The IDF theme for this year appears to centre on mobile devices, with the Atom family of processors playing a big role for Intel’s plans.
It’s no surprise that LG will finally launch its next flagship smartphone at an event scheduled for the 28 and 29 April 2015, but just how great will the LG G4 be? According to this new teaser and the latest updates about its UX, it looks like the device will be very much focused on the camera.