Now priced at US $349 for the 64GB version
OnePlus has announced that its OnePlus 2 smartphone will get a permanant price cut, pushing it from US $389 down to US $349 for the 64GB version.
Oppo F1 with a larger screen
During the launch event for its first F-line smartphone, the Oppo F1, the company has also teased an upcoming F1 Plus version, which should have a bigger 5.5-inch FHD screen and 4GB of RAM.
According to @evleaks
Although Samsung might announce its newest flagship Galaxy S7 smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2016 (MWC 2016) next month, it appears that it won't go on sale until March 11th, at least in the US.
Wants to compete with Galaxy S7
According to the latest report., it appears that LG plans to unveil its newest LG G5 flagship smartphone at MWC 2016 in order not to lag behind Samsung and it rumored Galaxy S7 flagship.
15.5 Percent up on last year
Smartphone sales soared 15.5 percent in the third quarter of 2015 compared to this time last year.
Richtek acquisition was a good deal
MediaTek posted record quarterly results yesterday thanks partly to its purchase of analogue IC specialist Richtek Technology.
5.0-incher with Snapdragon 801 SoC
As OnePlus hinted during the launch of their flagship OnePlus Two smartphone, the company has now officially launched its second smartphone in 2015, the OnePlus X.
5.0-incher with Snapdragon 617 SoC and Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS
During its event, HTC has officially announced its latest One-series smartphone, the HTC One A9. Based on unibody full-metal design and a 5.0-inch AMOLED Full HD screen, the HTC One A9 will be the first smartphone to run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 617 SoC and Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.
MediaTek SoC pushes HDR picture
We spent some time with Sony X9005C TV which is the first TV to be powered with the Android 5.0. The latest updated version was released yesterday and upgraded this model and a few other Android TV's from Sony to Android 5.1.1
But investors are unlikely to cheer
Samsung is expected to announce its first annual increase in quarterly profit in two years following a dismal third quarter in 2014, but word on the street is that things are not going well.