China PC-maker Lenovo isn’t a brand typically associated with smartphones. The leading PC brand in China first ventured into the smartphone race in 2012. Marketed as “LePhone” in its home country and “IdeaPhone” outside of China, the brand has quickly become the world’s third largest smartphone maker (Gartner, Q3 2013). Impressive. Courtesy of Lenovo Malaysia, I was loaned a unit […]
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Canonical has released Ubuntu 13.10 “Saucy Salamander”, the latest update of the Linux distribution that is the first ‘true’ release of Ubuntu Touch for mobile devices. Ubuntu Touch is supported by a number of Android smartphones, currently the GALAXY Nexus and Nexus 4.
Sony Mobile‘s sexy new flagship, the Sony Xperia Z1 has certainly been one of the highlights of 2013. And now the electronics giant is giving consumers around the globe a chance to win the device via an online contest.
China smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi unveiled its latest flagship device last month. Subsequently, the first batch of 100,000 Mi3 smartphones were snapped up in 86 seconds after they were released earlier today.
Samsung has announced the launch of the new GALAXY S4 zoom LTE edition, now available in Europe. The point-and-shoot camera and smartphone hybrid now promises even faster connectivity now with 4G LTE capabilities.
In conjunction with Malaysia’s 56th Independence Day, Ninetology officially launched their Flagship Touch Point at Plaza Low Yat today. Its first ever touch point will be an avenue to showcase its latest products as well as help consumers make most of their smart devices.
ZTE, one of the Top 5 mobile handset makers in the world, has announced that sales of the ZTE Open Firefox OS Phone will commence soon on the ZTE store on eBay US and UK. The ZTE Open will be available for the first time in orange, priced at $79.99, and unlocked for all networks.
A leaked video by Channel S has revealed the much-rumoured large format BlackBerry A10 smartphone, but this time round with a new Z30 moniker, and AT&T branding on the back cover of the handset. The styling of the 5-inch device is reminiscent of the HTC One, with its two-tone treatment.
Samsung has released its earnings forecasts for Q2 2013 ahead of its official announcement later this month. The Korean consumer electronics giant estimates profit of 9.5 trillion won (US$8.33 billion) on top of consolidated sales of 57 trillion won, up 47% from the year ago quarter.
LG Electronics Malaysia (“LG”) recently appointed the largest wireless distribution company’s Malaysian branch, Brightstar Malaysia as its national distributor for selected LG smartphone models, beginning with its new flagship model, the LG Optimus G and two others; LG Optimus L9 and LG Optimus L5 II.
The wait is over. For Malaysian Android fans, that is. The much-desired flagship in the GALAXY family has reached Malaysian shores. Samsung Malaysia launched the new Samsung GALAXY S4 smartphone with much fanfare at Low Yat Plaza today, with local telco partners – Maxis, Celcom, DiGi and U Mobile having their own launch events.