Here’s a quick question for you: how many variations of ASUS Fonepad 7 are there in the market at the moment? Well, we are not sure ourselves given the fact that ASUS has released plenty of them for the past few years but we do know that there will be another new variant of Fonepad 7 coming into our country this February.
But wait, you don’t have to pay a single sen to own one. The generous folks at Celcom are giving away two units of the BlackBerry Classic to Lowyat.NET readers, and you might be one of the lucky winners.
Huawei is apparently working on an Android Wear smartwatch and have confirmed that it is due for release this year with an official announcement due at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. The company currently has the Talkband B1 as its only wearable, and is looking to expand the range in 2015.
It looks like the Samsung Galaxy J1 that was previously leaked is a real deal afterall, and it will be coming to Malaysia. Samsung Malaysia recently updated its website with a brand now Galaxy J1, a entry-level Android smartphone that features the Korean company’s latest mobile software.
Samsung Electronics has posted its earnings for the fourth quarter of 2014, and the news looks less than convincing. The company made some 5.29 trillion Won (about RM158.87 quadrillion) in profit, although that was down from the 8.31 trillion Won (about RM249.56 quadrillion) earned last year. This stands in stark contrast with its nearest rival Apple who yet again broke profit records on sales of its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Think that the HTC One (M9) Plus leak we saw earlier is likely a hoax because you don’t think HTC will change its dual front Boom Sound speakers just to give way to a home button with a fingerprint scanner, here’s another image leak of the device next to the HTC One (M9)/Hima courtesy of well-known serial-leaker @evleaks.