MediaTek preaches open hands policy
Meizu will exclusively launch with Helio X25 processor and the CEO of Meizu has confirmed this on the public channel, but still, MediaTek responds that it is likely to expect more Helio X25 devices at later date.
Loud shirt and flip-flops makes a big noise in frozen Alaska
Not only was Alaskan Ron Martin the first in the world to get his Oculus Rift VR glasses delivered, he might have been suprised to discover that the frozen delivery boy, wearing flip-flops and loud short-sleeved shirt was the CEO of the company.
2GHz Helio P10 at great price
Meziu has announced at its website that there will be an event on April 6th and that the company is expected to release Meizu Note 3 phone. The company has revealed on its official webiste that the phone should be "pretty fast, thin and long-lasting".
Industry insiders confirmed
Contrary to our previous reports we got a tip that iPhone SE will continue using Qualcomm modems and not change to Intel.
Most with MediaTek SoCs
A recent leak has revealed that there will be seven phones from Meizu this year and all of them should have a MediaTek powered Helio SoC.
4.6 inch screen with 1920x1080
A Hungarian Android site has revealed what might be the the Meizu Pro 6 mini phone.
2016 in single score test
Just minutes ago someone tested the Meizu PRO 6 at the Geekbench 3 and it scored 2016 in single score test and 6382 in multi score test. An hour later the same chap scored 2003 in single and 6699 in multi-score test.
3000 mAh battery
One of the most prominent phone information leakers, @evleaks has shared more details about the upcoming HTC 10.
3GB RAM with 21 megapixel camera
Last time we talked to MediaTek management, we were assured that Helio X20 devices will start appearing in April. Now it seems they are starting to arrive with the LeEco Le 2.
Compared to $30 for Helio X20
Qualcomm is definitely back in the high-end phone game with the Snapdragon 820. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5, two flagship phones, are using the Qualcomm chip, and now the China based analyst quoted by our colleagues claims the Snapdragon 820 might cost Qualcomm as much as $70 per SoC.