It looks like something big will be happening soon on Maxis as the telco just posted a teaser with the hashtag #nextbigthing. However, what is the “next big thing”? Could it be a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or will it be the bigger iPhone 6? The telco wants you to take a guess while they’re warming up for “the most exciting workout of the year”.
Xiaomi’s updated Redmi Note, which now supports 4G LTE connectivity, has just been announced. Unfortunately, it is only compatible with China Mobile’s TDD-LTE network, which is not supported anywhere else in the world. Xiaomi has reached out to us with more information about the availability of the new phablet for international markets.
Xiaomi’s latest flagship smartphone, the highly-anticipated Mi 4, has just been announced. Featuring top-tier specs while still maintaining the same price tag as its previous flagship, some will consider the Mi 4 to be the true 2014 flagship killer – a term coined by another Chinese smartphone company, OnePlus.
However, there has been some confusion about the Mi 4′s LTE capabilities. This being a device made in China, many consider the Mi 4′s LTE radios to not be compatible with the LTE bands outside of China. We spoke to a Xiaomi rep earlier to clarify the matter.
At Google’s I/O developer conference this year, the company has revealed more about its latest platform built just for wearables: Android Wear. Signalling a huge push for wearables from Google, the company has shown off more details about the platform’s UI and its stunning integration with Android as well as the Android TV platform.