Unfortunately for the consumers at large, it seems that all OEMs except for Sony seem to equate a smaller chassis with inferior specs. The Samsung Galaxy S3/4/5 mini, HTC One mini, One mini 2 and LG G2 mini all have much worse specs than their larger cousins, and it seems their trend is set to continue with the G3 Beat.
As if the Galaxy Tab Pro was getting old, Samsung has unveiled yet another ‘new’ flagship tablet. Coming in two sizes, 8.4 inches and 10.5 inches, Samsung is positioning the Tab S as a high-end tablet with an emphasis on entertainment and consumption – not that it would be used for anything else, really.
The Z1 Compact (see our coverage of it here), pretty much the only “Mini” version of a bigger smartphone that is a far cry from the respective flagship and retains most of the features of its bigger brother, the Z1 (review here), is now open for pre-orders in Singapore. Read on to find out more.
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It has just been a few days since the release of Sony’s monster flagship, the Xperia Z1. That device packs the new Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core S800 processor, clocked at 2.2 GHz, 2 GB of RAM, an Adreno 330 GPU, a … Continue reading Sony announces Z1 f – mini version of the Z1
Following our 2014 Flagships shootout, we decided something was lacking. Not everyone can afford flagship phones, or simply are more budget-conscious, and so we’ve decided to launch our second shootout for 2014 smartphones: mid-range offerings.
Most people looking for mid-range phones either cannot afford flagships, or they don’t use their devices enough to warrant paying the prices for flagships. If you are one of these people, or want a mid-range phone for whatever reason, read on.
The HTC One mini is certainly not a flagship from HTC. Neither does it have flagship-level specs, but what it does have is HTC’s premium aluminium uni-body build and design. For those on a budget, this is certainly a decent … Continue reading HTC One Mini released in Singapore