HTC unveiled the One M9 at MWC 2015, as well as couple of other products like the HTC Vive and HTC Grip. However, sources have reported that a HTC One E9 could make its debut in China as early as March 2015. The HTC One M8 also had an E variant back in 2014 and it seems the Taiwanese company will be doing the same for its latest flagship.
OnePlus has revealed that it will be entering a new product category in April, but beyond that little announcement, there is nothing else that the company has shared. It did, however, mention that the new product will not be a tablet or a smartwatch, which are basically the obvious guesses.
A device with the name Nokia 1100 appeared in a performance test and it seems the device will be running on Android 5.0. It is still too early to tell whether it is really a device from Nokia and we still don’t know what form the device will take, but it bears the same name as the now-retro device.
In the latest rumour surrounding the next Nexus smartphone (or in this case, smartphones), Huawei and LG will apparently be manufacturing a Nexus device of their own, giving consumers the choice of two different Nexus smartphones. Turns out our previous post regarding a Chinese manufacturer building a Nexus smartphone has some truth to it.
Originally called SoFIA which stands for Smart or Feature phone with Intel Architecture, the new Intel Atom x3 processors were officially launched here at Mobile World Congress 2015 earlier this week. Made for the entry and value segment of the market, devices featuring these new processor will only be ready for consumers later this year but that doesn’t stop Intel from showcasing several reference design smartphones and tablets at its booth in MWC.
In addition to the Lumia 640 and the Universal Foldable Keyboard, Microsoft has also announced another new smartphone called the Lumia 640 XL at its MWC 2015 media briefing earlier this week. The name itself implies that it is the bigger brother of Lumia 640 and there are indeed many similarities between them.
We have seen numerous smartphones unveiled at MWC 2015, but none of them are as unique as this particular “phone.” Meet the Runcible, a “premier device for the post-smartphone era” from Monohm. Featuring a rather odd circular design, the Runcible is like any other smartphone minus the “distractions” with a price that can match other flagship devices’ asking price.