Some time in late July, Microsoft did roll out yet another version of their Surface 3 tablet, where that particular model arrived with the added advantage of built-in 4G LTE connectivity. For those who are not too familiar with the Microsoft Surface 3, this particular device has been touted to be a smaller and more affordable version of the Surface Pro 3 tablet, although this does not mean that it is gimped in terms of performance. No sir, it will carry its fair share of common features, where among them include the specially-designed Type Cover keyboards, multi-stage rear kickstand, and Surface Pen support.
We do know that Huawei will be rolling out their brand new 5.7” phablet from tomorrow onward, and it is understandable that there will be a certain degree of excitement attached to it as well. Having said that, the company itself is understandably as excited as the rest of us, having revealed some of the handset’s features such as Force Touch through a series of tweets, and you can bet your bottom dollar that a fingerprint sensor is also part of the mix.