Cyanogen and Qualcomm have entered into a partnership to build new Reference Design devices from the chipmaker. Qualcomm has been building these devices as a quick way for smaller brands to get phones out on the market quickly. With Cyanogen onboard, the company can now promise a better software experience on these Reference Designs as well.
Sony has posted on its Twitter page mentioning that it will be unveiling something “slimmer, lighter and brighter” on the 2nd of March 2015, which is when MWC 2015 will be happening. More likely than not, the company is foreshadowing the unveiling of the Xperia Z4 Tablet that has been accidentally revealed earlier this week.
A typical Intel Atom-based Windows 8.1 tablet in the market does not usually come with a full HD display. After all, such tablet is usually made for the budget segment of the market and having lower resolution display would tone its price tag down.
But not for IPRO Livepad 8.9 though as it is actually equipped with an 8.9-inch WUXGA IPS display. That’s 1920 x 1200 resolution, to be exact and believe it or not: the tablet still costs under RM 1000.
So, you somehow feel that the 64GB internal storage in your current smartphone is no longer enough to contain all the massive amount of apps and videos that you love to enjoy. Well, don’t fret…who knows, your next smartphone might feature a bigger 128GB internal storage such as this newly announced embedded memory from Samsung.
Sony has accidentally (or not) revealed its upcoming Xperia Z4 Tablet. The new tablet first appeared on the company’s Xperia Lounge application before it was swiftly removed. Fortunately, someone managed to catch a screenshot of the device before it was pulled from the app, which confirms the tablet’s existence.
Some users are ok with it but we believe many of you out there actually peeled off the MCMC – SIRIM stickers (like the one above) that usually seemed out of place on your shiny new smartphone or laptops. If you are one of them, here’s a good news for you: it will soon be a thing of past as MCMC today has officially launched the Self Labelling Program (SLP) for communications and multimedia products.
Sony is looking to restructure itself as the company looks to increasing operating profit by 25 times by 2018, and the biggest sacrifice appears to be the underperforming smartphone division. This follows multiple rounds of downsizing, spinning off the television division into a wholly owned subsidiary, and selling the Vaio laptop brand.
Xiaomi Malaysia is making a range of new products available in one of their usual limited time sales just in time for the Chinese New Year celebrations. Most importantly, the Xiaomi Mi Pad and Redmi Note 4G are also being made available during this time, which starts at 12pm today.