LG has now officially unveiled G3 smartphone, successor to its hugely popular G2. Developed under the ‘Simple is the New Smart’ Concept, the smartphone improves upon the original with the introduction of a 5.5-inch Quad HD display with 538ppi, 13MP OIS+ (Optical Image Stabilizer Plus) camera with a Laser Auto Focus, newly-designed rear keys, and a simplified and refined user-interface. Continue reading
OnePlus, the company founded by former Oppo VP Pete Lau, has finally unveiled its first smartphone it has been teasing for months. Called OnePlus One; the smartphone includes a powerful spec that is set to take on major flagships including the Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8) and the Xperia Z2.
Earlier this week, OPPO announced the launch of Find 7 smartphone, the successor to their flagship from last year Find 5. “It has been 15 months since the Find 5, and we are finally back.” said Allen Wu, Vice President of the Domestic Division for OPPO.
Earlier this week in China, Xiaomi announced the successor of their Redmi smartphone, the Redmi Note. The phone packs an octa-core MediaTek MT6592 processor and sports a 5.5 inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 720. The screen is noted to have 178-degree wide viewing angle.
Following Google’s reveal of Android Wear, Motorola announced Moto 360, a smartwatch that the company claims ‘It’s everything you need, with a look that you want.’
LG has announced that it is working with Google on LG G Watch which will be powered by Android Wear. LG is planning to officially introduce this smartwatch in Q2 2014. The G Watch is being developed by LG in close collaboration with Google to ensure best Android Wear experience for users.
Google announced today Android Wear, which is a special Android version for wearable devices. Google is starting with watches, allowing users to access and perform a variety of functions.