ZTE’s upcoming flagship device, the Nubia X6 smartphone (sometimes, when the word “X6” is mentioned, I tend to think of BMW’s sweet, sweet ride) has been teased yet again, where the smartphone’s rear camera is touted to arrive with Optical Image Stabilization on board. OIS for short, it is starting to end up as one of those standard features found in some higher end smartphone models, never mind the fact that Samsung’s most recent Galaxy S5 lacks that.
Earlier this month, we did mention about how the HTC Desire 816 would arrive in more colors than we originally thought it would, and here we are with word on how the HTC Desire 816 might actually perform in China when it is released in the world’s most populous country. Apparently, this particular mid-range phablet has managed to rack up a whopping 450,000 pre-orders in a matter of three days, and it would not be surprising to hear that the half million mark will be passed in due time. To put it into context, iPhone pre-orders on China Mobile hit the 100,000 mark in just two days, so if one were to extrapolate the same average rate to three days, we would be looking at just 150,000 pre-orders, which is 33% of what the HTC Desire 816 has achieved so far (theoretically speaking, of course).