Look who’s the first smartphone manufacturer to use eye-based biometric technology on a smartphone – it’s ZTE of course. ZTE recently announced its next flagship smartphone, the Grand S3 that may not look like much in terms of specs, but its unique security feature makes it stand out in a crowded room of Android smartphones.
Furniture company, Ikea has announced that it will release a range of furniture that features wireless charging for compatible smartphones. Charging accessories will also be sold separately to allow incompatible phones and existing furnitures to work with its wireless charging function.
Now that Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge has officially been announced, the countdown officially begins as to when these two smartphones will make their way here in Malaysia. While twenty unnamed countries will be getting the first wave of the devices’ availability on April 10, what about Malaysia?
Samsung has just officially released its much-awaited Galaxy S6 flagship smartphone at its Galaxy Unpacked event. While many has predicted the fall of what is still the world’s no.1 smartphone maker by volume, the Galaxy S6 shows that Samsung is not yet ready to throw in the towel.
Alcatel has just announced two new OneTouch Idol 3 smartphones that lets you answer calls even when it’s upside down. Ever accidently placed a phone on your ear the wrong way round and thought your phone has gone wonky because you can’t hear a thing? You’ll never have the same problem with the Idol 3.
Right after HTC One M9 and HTC Grip fitness tracker, HTC continues its assault here at Mobile World Congress 2015 with…a virtual reality headset. Yup, that’s right: the Taiwanese mobile phone company has announced a virtual reality headset called HTC Vive.
Not only that it is not designed to be used with mobile phone, it was created with the help of Valve which explains why HTC Vive is utilizing the famed game company’s SteamVR tracking and input technologies.