Back in June at Computex 2015, ASUS has unveiled plenty of new devices under its Zen series which was previously rather limited to notebooks and smartphones. One such device is ZenPad 7.0 – itself is just one of several ZenPad tablets that the Taiwanese company launched at the event.
Samsung has finally launched its next flagship phablets and as expected, the company not only has got one device, but has got two devices to show off – Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+. Both devices are essentially the same, but as the names suggests, the Galaxy Note 5 is part of the Galaxy Note series, featuring a stylus called the S Pen, while the Galaxy S6 edge+ is a phablet-sized Galaxy S6 edge.
So, how do these two new devices stack up against the many 2015 flagship smartphones in the market right now like the OnePlus 2, the newly announced Motorola Moto X Style, Mi Note Pro and such? Check out our comparison table below.
Announced alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is the Galaxy S6 edge+, another phablet from the Korean company. At first glance, it looks like a bigger version of the S6 edge. However, there are a few differences between the two devices than size alone. For one, the Edge Screen of the S6 edge+ has several new features.
At Samsung’s latest Unpacked event in New York, the Korean giant has officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 5, the company’s greatest Note device to date. One of the most notable changes over its predecessor is the S Pen, which has received numerous upgrades. The king of phablets now has a worthy successor.
Xiaomi already has a collection of Mi Wi-Fi routers but that’s not enough for the company. At the China launch if MIUI 7, the company also announced a brand new Mi Wi-Fi Nano, a tiny router that fits in the palm of your hands, and the best part? It costs only 79 Yuan – that’s only about RM50.