Cubot S308 is 5″ HD IPS MT6582 with 2GB RAM. Cubot S222 is 5.5″ HD IPS OGS with 1GB RAM. Then they have a 4G Qualcomm based smartphone and they will also start selling MediaTek’s 4G solutions next month. Cubot sell about 100 thousand phones per month.
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Transtar shows some of their latest tablets based on MT8382 for 3G and Qualcomm MSM8926 for LTE. They also do Intel x86.
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Sony’s second generation of mid-end smartphones is the M series which has two models, the M1 and the new M2. Sony M2 features a 4.8inch 540×960 resolution display, 1Gb of RAM and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 MSM8926 quad-core CPU. The camera is 8MP and this phone comes with 8Gb of storage. Its design is “Omni-Balance”, according to Sony, which is focused on creating balance and symmetry in all directions. It comes in black, white and purple colors. This phone has been in market since April.
A really impressive small bezel, makes this 5.5″ phone fit within about the same size as a regular 5″ phone’s dimensions, using its S-CG Silicon based LCD at 1080p, it uses a prism lens type of glass that refracts the display towards the edge of the device.
With a 7840mAh battery on Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, with a built-in and Japanese TV antenna. It’s waterproof and dustproof. Selling on the NTT Docomo network.
Fujitsu launches their 2560×1440 based 5.2″ Smartphone on the Japanese market. It’s waterproof, dust proof.
LG G Watch R with Android Wear, Curved 4K OLED, 98″ 4K IPS, 5K 105″ 21:9, World’s First Flexible 77″ 4K OLED (you can change the display from flat to curved), harman kardon sound, web OS TVs (with Android apps support), DLP LED projectors, 3D TV wall, LG Smart micro-oven and the LG Smart fridge, curved 21:9 PC monitor, LG Smart washing machine and the LG G3 Smartphone (with 2560×1440 display), LG child tracker, LG G Pad 10.1″ 1280×800, LG G Pad 8″, LG G Pad 7″ 1280×800 and more.
ZTE’s Nubia brand just launched the X6, a 1080p 6.44-inch Smart Phone. This Phone features top-notch specs and premium design with built-in storage up to 128Gb. Because of the big screen the phone might be nicknamed from some as “phablet”, a mix of tablet and phone.
The Nubia X6 phablet has a 7.9mm thin metal body with narrow bezels. The 6.44inches LCD screen has 1080p resolution that sets the pixel density at 344ppi. The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 801 chipset running at 2.3GHz. The chipset is paired with 3GB RAM. ZTE Nubia X6 scores 27966 in AnTuTu Benchmark.
The rear camera features an 13MP sensor with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization). The front-facing camera also has a 13MP sensor. You also can use premium phone cases produced by ZTE for this phone in multiple colors. The phone itself is available in 2 colors: silver and gold. The phone has a 4,250mAh battery and built-in storage with 32Gb storage that costs 3,000 RMB($485), the 64Gb option for 3,500 RMB($565) or the 128Gb option for 4,000 RMB($645). There isn’t a microSD card memory expansion option.
Heres’ a thousand Android developers at the Nokia X Android Developer conference, Nokia providing quick tools to port all Android apps over to using the Nokia Services for Maps, Notifications and Payments, with Nokia supporting payment in emerging markets through operator billing, available in 60 countries with over 161 operators. Most people in these markets don’t have credit cards, making it the only method of payment.
All Android app developers are invited by Nokia to change a few things (swaping Google services with Nokia services) to submit all Android apps in the Nokia Android App Store. For now Nokia is avoiding to try to support the Google Mobile Services (GMS), and instead requires that all Android apps be ported to Nokia’s Services for Location using Nokia Here Maps instead of Google Maps, for Notifications also going through Nokia Notifications system instead of the Google Notifications system and then for in-app payments Nokia has its own non-Google payment system that app developers are required to use if they want their apps to work on Nokia X Android Store.