Nothing much actually. But considering that the HTC One M8 smartphone was a pretty cool device already, that’s perfectly alright.
HTC recently debuted its latest flagship device, the HTC One M9, during the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, Spain. And while Samsung decided to experiment with new things with the introduction of its flagship devices (the Galaxy S6 and its curvy variant the Galaxy S6 Edge), the Taiwanese phone maker has opted to stick with what has made its products a hit -- consistency in the quality of its flagship’s features.
An edition of Samsung's upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy S6, may come with a display screen that can be viewed from the front, the left, and right sides. As reported by Bloomberg, the South Korean tech giant is purportedly planning to introduce two versions of the next Galaxy S device -- one that functions with the usual front-facing display screen, and another with a display screen that stretches to three sides of the device.
During one of its recent major events held in Beijing, China, Xiaomi introduced two new smartphones, plus a TV streaming box and a pair of high-end headphones.
Xiaomi cements its status as the third biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world by launching not one but two flagship mobile devices to start the year 2015. The two devices are the Mi Note and the Mi Note Pro. Both mobile devices use the phone maker's high-end Mi brand, which should not be mistaken for the company's other low-end smartphone offering, the Redmi Note.
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