So much for wanting to shrink its smartphone portfolio. Few months ago, Samsung announced a new A series of smartphones, just days ago, the company took the curtains off a new E series, and now, say hello to a brand new Galaxy Grand Max, another mid-range Android smartphone from the Korean company.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 is finally here. Launched together with the LG G Flex 2, the Snapdragon 810 is an octa-core SoC that packs some pretty amazing capabilities inside a tiny chip. But what can it do exactly that makes it better than previous generation high-end processors from the company? Qualcomm has got a collection of videos to show you just that.
Samsung has just launched the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3 in Malaysia. The Galaxy A series of smartphones are the only ones from the company that has a full metal unibody design, giving it a more premium feel in comparison to Samsung’s past smartphones that mainly use plastic. Interestingly, Samsung has also announced the availability of the Galaxy A7 in Malaysia, which is arriving this coming February.
Everything old is new again as Chinese company TCL has announced that it is reviving the Palm brand as a US based subsidiary. Not only that it will once again make smartphones, and the company is soliciting opinions from the existing Palm community on what the next device should look like.
Xiaomi has already unveiled the Redmi 2, but it looks like a busy January for what is now the world’s most valuable tech startup. The company has just officially announced that its “next flagship product” will be launched on 15 January in Beijing, teasing that this product will be “as thin as a cicada’s wing”.
Mad Catz has unveiled the LYNX 9, a modular Bluetooth controller for both PC and Android that can easily pass as a Transformer. The modular design of this controller opens up a few interesting possibilities, such as disassembling it to make it more portable or splitting the controller into two halves to accommodate a tablet.