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The Nokia 2 is one of Nokia’s bunch of budget-friendly devices. How it differentiates itself from the pack is through its superb build quality and massive 4100mAh battery. It saw releases in countries like the US and India just last year, and now the device has finally arrived in Malaysia.
Sony unveiled two new high-end smartphones – the Xperia XZ2, and the Xperia XZ2 Compact – at the MWC 2018 exhibition a couple of days ago. The problem is that while both devices were announced with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, some countries seem to be getting a much better bargain with a 6GB RAM model instead.
Huawei CEO Richard Yu has said that the company has a new smartwatch in development, though he was also pointed out that we won’t be seeing the device any time soon. According to him, “It will come later – there’s no hurry because Huawei Watch 2 sells well. We’re not in a hurry, so we’re launching the new watch later.”
BlackBerry is very much a niche company these days. The company isn’t shipping the huge numbers they once did, with only 850,000 units sold in 2017. Company executives seem pretty happy with these numbers however, citing the BlackBerry KeyONE as an “unqualified success”.
Our favourite evleaks is back once again with more leaks, this time about BlackBerry’s latest device. The new and shiny device from the company is the BlackBerry Ghost, a device that looks to take inspiration from the countless bezel-less devices currently on the market.
THL is the company behind quite a few old classic Chinese droids like the W11 Monkey King, T11, 5000T and 2015. Now, the company seems to have made a resurgence with their new device, the THL Knight 2.
In early 2017, Xiaomi opened its first ever European Mi Store in Golden Hall of Athens, Greece. Later in October last year, the company entered the Spanish market by opening a Mi Home store in Madrid. Now they’re preparing to open their first Italian physical store in Milan later this year.
Most of us have at least a few flashdrives on us these days, they’re an essential piece of kit these days. They’re portable, easy to use and reliable enough that even the less tech savvy can use them, which is why SanDisk is bringing us a tiny 1TB USB-C flashdrive.
MediaTek’s strong hold on the Chinese market is slowly becoming more and more loose as the days go by. Qualcomm is only looking to make that further this with the Snapdragon 670 posting incredible scores on Geekbench.