The Lenovo Vibe X has a fantastic and nice design with a very good screen in comparison to the K900. Despite the relatively high price the Lenovo is not meant to be a replacement of K900 in the tablet market. Lenovo Vibe Z is a replacement not for a tablet but a phablet that sports a screen size of 5.5 inches, which is identical to the K900. The Lenovo Vibe Z K910 comes with top of the line hardware and hence is quite pricey.
Over the past couple of days, we have seen numerous leaks surrounding the successor to Xperia Z1 and the next flagship. The phone will be called either the Xperia Z1L or Xperia Z2, and is currently going by the codename ‘Sirius’ where Sirius is all serious in stealing the spotlight, we have our hands on the the latest leaked photo and purported specifications of the Sony’s mid-ranger, the Xperia G. The image has been making rounds on Twitter, and the phone itself definitely looks good. Take a look at the purported picture of Xperia G. Sony’s upcoming mid ranger. The Xpera G will be the first mid ranger smart phone for the company as the company has already announced the high end phones like Xperia ‘Sirius’, Xperia Z1 Compact and the T2 Ultra phablet. Continue Reading →
Few days back, we showed you the leaked screen shots of both the camera application and the lock screen user interface of the upcoming successor to Sony’s Xperia Z1, the Xperia Z2, or Z1L. The phone is currently going by the codename ‘Sirius’ and now, thanks to the Chinese website Digi-wo, we got our hands on the latest leaked pictures. According to the photos, the phone is being compared with Sony’s current flagship, the Xperia Z1 and the former flagship, the Xperia Z.
The next Sony flagship will supposedly get the announcement on the upcoming MWC (Mobile World Congress) that will be held in about a week. Let’s skip to the good part. Here’s one of the two photos we’ve got our hands on showing the phone in black and white: Continue Reading →
The Korean smart phone giant LG finally decided to unveil LG G Pro 2, the successor to one of the hottest selling smart phone, the Optimus G Pro. The G Pro 2 will be featuring a full HD 5.9 inches of full HD screen, the Optimus G Pro had a full HD screen of 5.5 inches. The LG G Pro 2 follows the foot steps of LG G 2. LG G Pro 2 will be released in three different colours, silver, titanium and black. As are as the specs concerned, there’s absolutely no need to worry. The LG G Pro 2 offers a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC quad core processor clocked at 2.26 GHz. There’s a whooping 3 gigs of RAM. LG G Pro 2 is available in in 2 different variants when it comes to storage, 16 GB and 32 GB, the storage can be further expanded via micro SD card. The phone also covers all the basic connectivity options like; WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, LTE-A, Micro USB port and SlimPort. Let the official picture do the talking. Continue Reading →
Yesterday, we showed you the leaked screen shots showing the camera UI of the Sony’s upcoming and highly speculated flagship and the successor to Xperia Z1, Xperia D6053. codenamed ‘Sirius’. The screen shots gave us the glimpse of how the camera app will look like in the upcoming phone, the shots also indicated that the Sirius will have the capability of recording 4k videos, and even 1080p in 60 frames per second, also there was an ability to take still photos ranging from the original 20.7 mega pixel and all the way down to 2 mega pixel.
Today, we have got our hands on the the lock screen interface of the Sirius, as we all know, the lock screen interface on Kitkat is redesigned and now shows the full album art of the song when you are playing music on your device, but it seems like Sony has decided to keep its old lock screen interface. Instead of the full album art, the lock screen shows the album art in a small square right next to the music player controls. As compared to the lock screen interface before Kitkat, there are 2 new addition, a small progress bar that will be used to seek through the songs and then there’s a camera short cut that provides quick access to the camera. Check out the screen shot below. Continue Reading →
The Korean smart phone giant Samsung is all set for the Unpacked 5 event that will be held in Barcelona on 24th February, later this month. and now Samsung has taken Twitter to tease what appears to be the new UI (User Interface) that will be sported by the company’s latest flagship, the much speculated, Galaxy S5. The teaser image is full of some basic features that hopefully will accompany the latest flagship, and presumably other smart phones of the next generation too.
It’s fairly simple to understand how the name of the event; Unpacked 5. Gives a major hint towards Galaxy S5. The icons on the teaser image have ’5′ written right next to them in a rather small size, if it were an ‘S’ things would’ve been pretty obvious. Check out the teaser image below. Continue Reading →
Microsoft is currently busy preparing the first major update to Windows Phone 8. The update is dubbed as Windows Phone 8.1. One of the most prominent additions that we will be seeing in the latest update is the addition of a highly demanded notification centre something Android users are facilitated with. The notification centre will allow the users to control and customise their notifications according to their personal preferences, and will also allow to toggle different features like; Wifi, Bluetooth, etcetera. Luckily, we have our hands on what seems like a leaked screen shot, showing us the notification centre. It seems like the screen shot was extracted from an internal Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. Continue Reading →
The latest smart phone from Sony is rumoured to be either the Z1L or Z2, but currently, the phone is going on around with the codename ‘Sirius’ and no, it doesn’t let you talk to Sirius Black. So far, we have our hands on the spec sheet of the phone and it does look quite impressive. The phone will be packing a Snapdragon 800 MSM8974-AB quad core processor, clocked at 2.3 GHz, 3 gigs of RAM and a 20.7 mega pixel rear camera with a 1/2.5″ sensor, the phone will be running Android 4.4.2 Kitkat out of the box with Sony’s proprietary UI on the top. There are no words on the battery yet and the screen is rumoured to be 5.2 inches full HD. Continue Reading →