Earlier Sony had announced a trio of new phones that is part of the newly launched Xperia X family. Now Sony had stated that they will only be available around summer, but it seems that if you are so inclined, Amazon Germany has put up two of the phones for pre-order – the Xperia X and the Xperia XA.
Many of us might be content with 4G LTE for now but 5G is the next frontier that companies in this business want to conquer. Samsung and Verizon have announced at Mobile World Congress 2016 that they have started testing multi-gigabit 5G cellular access in “real-world” conditions around Verizon’s headquarters. The tests are also being carried out in moving vehicles and indoors.
Volvo confirmed today that it has become the first car manufacturer to natively integrate Spotify, one of the world’s most widely used music streaming service, in its new cars. Spotify will be natively integrated into the company’s new cars starting with the Volvo XC90, S90 and V90 this sprint. Volvo announced this partnership with Spotify earlier today at the Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona, Spain.
Last year HTC announced the HTC One X9, but unfortunately at the time of announcement, the handset was an exclusive to the Chinese market. A bit of a pity considering that the specs of the phone were pretty decent, a good high-end handset that we’re sure many would have loved to own, especially if you’re fan of HTC.
Smart glasses are hot again, but not for the consumer market, and we are all waiting for Google Glass to show up again for the enterprise segment, where HUD and AR glasses will bring the best value to the user experience. Intel is coming full force in that market with the amazing, powerful, and probably very expensive, Daqri helmet that launched at CES 2016 during the Intel keynote.Today, Epson, one […]
Sony’s mobile presence in the US is not as strong as it once was. In recent times, we’ve seen the company launch their phones in markets like Japan first, and even plans to bring some of their plans stateside fell through like with the Xperia Z4v. Later phones like the Xperia Z5 found their way to the US, but certain features were omitted.
Haier is a brand that if you have heard of them, you might associate them with white goods like fridges, air-conditioners, and etc. However the company has dabbled in mobile products in the past, and they have also launched various wearables like smartwatches. It looks like they’re back again this year at MWC with their latest offering.
Yesterday Samsung announced their two latest flagship smartphones in the form of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. One of the features of the phone is its always-on display. This allows the phone to display basic information like the time, date, along with some extra notifications for messages, phone calls, and etc.
If you’re not really in the market for a new phone and you’re thinking that maybe now would be a good time for a tablet, you’re in luck as Alcatel has recently taken the wraps off the PLUS 10. This is a tablet that is also a 2-in-1 device, meaning that when docked to its keyboard accessory, it will also be able to function as a laptop.
While companies like Samsung and LG might be stealing the show at MWC 2016, there are other companies such as Alcatel who have recently announced a trio of new handsets. These phones will be part of the company’s POP 4 series and they include the POP 4, the POP 4+, and the POP 4S.
If you’re in the market for a new smartphone and budget is one of your priorities, then you might be interested in Acer’s new Liquid Zest smartphones. There are two versions that the company will be launching – a regular version and another version with 4G connectivity, but other than that it appears that both phones will pack the same hardware under its hood.
[MWC 2016] Normally, when it comes to proof of concepts, these tend to be exciting to check out – simply because such devices look as though they could be part of the future, and deliver what might seem impossible at this point in time. After all, if a working prototype is already out, it should not be too long before the real deal arrives, assuming Murphy doesn’t step in, right? […]
[MWC 2016] Here is a concept that might just change the way in which we look at projectors in the future, and you can be sure that things are certainly looking bright (pardon the pun) for the portable projector market down the road if the Xperia Projector concept were to be realized in the flesh.
If you’re looking for more smartphones from the likes of Acer, you will be pleased to learn that the company has recently announced their latest smartphone in the form of the Acer Liquid Jade 2. While Acer might not necessarily be known in the mobile industry for creating top of the line handsets, the Liquid Jade 2 is actually a pretty decent device.
[MWC 2016] Sony has just unveiled their latest flagship device in the Xperia smartphone range, where it is known as the Sony Xperia X, Xperia X Performance, and Xperia XA, and I guess that would mean ditching the Xperia Z series, for the moment, at least. This re-imagined Xperia brand is touted to bring about increasingly personalized and intelligent products to enrich our everyday lives. This is an embodiment of […]
Sony announced that they would be at MWC and we had to admit that given the lack of rumors regarding the Sony Xperia Z6, what could the company announce? We learnt earlier today that one of Sony’s announcements would be the “Smart Ear” accessory, and sure enough Sony did not disappoint.
Back in 2014, Motorola launched the Moto Hint wireless Bluetooth earbuds. What made the Hint different from other Bluetooth earpieces was the fact that it was a relatively discreet device. Instead of sticking out of your ear like we have seen from other Bluetooth headsets, it was a tiny earbud that did not stick out like sore thumb.
Nokia is a name that was synonymous with mobile phones back in the day. In fact to a certain degree, think of Nokia and you will probably still think of mobile phones, despite the company’s efforts to branch out by creating mapping technology, cameras, and wearables. For loyal fans of the Finnish company, you will be pleased to learn that they will be making a return.
When Facebook announced that they would be acquiring Oculus VR in 2014, Minecraft’s creator Markus Persson reacted rather negatively by cancelling the Oculus Rift version of the game that was in development. However given that his company, Mojang, was later acquired by Microsoft, it seems that the Redmond company decided that a VR version of Minecraft made sense.
While HTC did not unveil the HTC One M10 at MWC 2016, the company did confirm the HTC Vive’s pricing and availability. Now for those who were hoping for more mobile-centric announcements from HTC, don’t worry because this is MWC and HTC certainly did not disappoint.