The Asus ZenFone series of smartphones are very, very popular among consumers. This is perhaps driven by the fact that there were as many as three variations of the smartphone (4-inch, 5-inch and 6-inch) and more importantly: they offered value for money. The second-generation of the lineup, aptly named the ZenFone 2, however, changes things up a bit by only introducing two screen sizes: the lower-end 5-inch model, and the higher-end 5.5-inch model. As the world’s first smartphone with 4GB of RAM, is it worth all the hype?
The pre-order for the Huawei P8 will begin next week, and Huawei has opened a registration of interest for its latest smartphone. The registration includes a bundle that will allow customers to receive a 30-percent discount on the purchase of a Huawei Talkband B2 as part of a bundle with the P8.
For those of you who wish to get an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, did you know that you can easily save a couple hundreds of Ringgit from Maxis’ trade in program? Sure, the trade in value they offer for the listed phones may not be as competitive as what you can get from the market, but with a minimum rebate of RM200, here’s how you can make the most out of the deal.
At Lenovo’s recent FY14 announcement, the company made a rather startling discovery: the world’s leading PC maker sold more smartphones than PCs in 2014. That may not have been the trigger behind the huge rebranding exercise unveiled at Lenovo Tech World, but it certainly came at just the right time.
Virtual reality is neat but it is not easy to come out with VR contents as usually requires custom camera rigs. Since Google is very much into VR through its Google Cardboard platform, the company apparently has decided to tackle this issue with something that called as Jump which was just announced a short time ago during Google I/O 2015’s keynote.
Google Now is about to get much, much smarter once Android M is here. The company has just showcased – at the ongoing Google I/O event – what Google Now will be capable of in the next iteration of Android. It will be focused on three aspects: context, answers, and actions. Now on Tap is also a very interesting new feature.
Internet of Things (IoT) or connected devices are all the rage these days and it is no surprise that Google also has its eyes on the subject. At the on-going Google I/O 2015 keynote, the tech giant has unveiled its take on IoT through what the company calls as the Project Brillo.