It is pretty understandable for any average mobile user to not expect too much from a smartphone device that costs only a hundred bucks. But ZTE’s Blade Spark is such a solid offering for its price that it just might lord over other $100 handsets.
Huawei recently announced the newest addition to its Honor lineup of budget friendly smartphone devices. Make way for the Honor 9, which is basically the successor to the Honor 8, the handset the Chinese phone maker had introduced back in August of last year, supposedly for the millennial generation.
Nowadays, a smartphone's camera plays a vital role on how marketable the device will be. Since most smartphone users today are active on photo sharing apps like Instagram and Facebook, it is perfectly understandable why many are looking for a phone that comes with a capable camera. So when OnePlus made an announcement on its partnership with DxO, it came as a delightful surprise to many.
OnePlus has officially announced that in summer of this year, it will be releasing its follow up to the OnePlus 3 and the OnePlus 3T smartphone devices. The newest offering from the Chinese phone maker will be called the OnePlus 5. Some may be wondering why the device is called the OnePlus 5 when the company has not released any OnePlus 4 yet, but we will get to that later.
It is generally known that Huawei’s Honor lineup of smartphones takes some of the best features of the Chinese phone maker’s handsets and packs them in devices that are a bit more budget friendly. But as Honor handsets continue to improve every year, the distinction between the two is beginning to get less and less clear. This is evident in the newest addition to the Honor range -- the Honor 8 Pro phablet, which costs about $590.
Joining forces with France based retailer Colette, OnePlus is releasing a limited edition all black version of its OnePlus 3T smartphone -- officially called the OnePlus 3T Colette edition. As a limited edition offering, there will only be 250 units made available of this particular variant. So for those interested in getting this model, they better act fast.
Huawei is following up last year’s P9 and the P9 Plus devices with the impressive P10 and the P10 Plus. Both smartphones come with a curvy design and a fingerprint scanner on the front side -- two features that differentiate this year’s offerings from the Chinese phone maker’s flagships in 2016.
ZTE may have decided to shut down its Hawkeye handset, but fans of the Chinese phone maker’s products will have something to look forward to during this year’s Mobile World Congress, scheduled to happen this coming February 27th until March 2nd in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain. This is because the company is expected to showcase a new smartphone that is capable of supporting connection speeds of up to 1 gbps.
One of the hottest tech events, the Mobile World Congress, is about to take place in Barcelona, Spain in a few days. And as the date comes closer, smartphone manufacturers are sending out invites and teasers for the devices they are gearing up to debut during the event. Today, we are treated to a mysterious video teaser from Huawei. Although the video does not directly show the P10 smartphone Huawei is expected to launch at MWC, many can not help but make this connection.
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