At a briefing in China, Xiaomi said it will become the first manufacturer to use Samsung’s brand new 108MP ISOCELL sensor in a smartphone.
Huawei has produced some of our favourite flagship smartphones, which means we're hella excited to get our hands on the Mate 30 Pro - Android or not.
LG's teasing what appears to be a triple-screen smartphone, which will be unveiled at this year's IFA in Berlin. But, before you got all 'LG's got a folding phone' on us, it looks as though the additional displays will appear courtesy of a smartphone case. Or a design that makes the device look like it's got a smartphone case on.
Tonight’s the night that Samsung unveils its all-new phablet-sized Galaxy Note 10. Which means that a large leak turning up right about now might spoil the party somewhere. Well, there’s a spoiler warning in effect, as Samsung’s own marketing materials have cropped up online. The short version? We’ve got two new Notes incoming — the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note ...[Read More]
Even though Huawei has fought through a rough couple of months, the company is set on releasing its own (OS), codenamed HongMeng, into the world.
It’s not a good time to be either LG or Sony. Both companies have recently reported declines in smartphone sales. LG’s sales for the most recent quarter declined 21% compared to its performance this time last year, while Sony has an even worse time. Worse to the tune of 30% fewer smartphones sold for the quarter, year-on-year. According to LG, “slow sales of 4G premium models and...[Read More]
MediaTek, as a brand, feels a little like Huawei did a few years back. That is, somewhat unknown but mighty hungry to make an impression. And we all know how that worked out for Huawei. Right now, though, if it's not made by Apple, Qualcomm, or Samsung, most of us don't pay a whole lot of attention to mobile processors.
Huawei may be in a spot of bother at the moment but that doesn't mean the company's just going to fold up shop and go home. The pending launch of a new mid-range smartphone, the Huawei Y9 Prime (2019), is a testament to that. Stuff was present at a media event where the Chinese company showed off its first pop-up selfie camera smartphone to land in SA and it sure looks like Huawei's here to stay.