Just as promised, Sony has finally launched its latest Xperia X Compact smartphone in the US. The phone is now available from Amazon, priced at $499 and all three color options are available. Those who pre-ordered the phone received a $50 credit, which isn't available anymore.
Xiaomi has scheduled a press conference for September 29, where we should see the announcement of several new products. Some of those products are the flagship Mi 5s and Mi 5s Plus smartphones, which have now leaked in a new set of images, confirming some of the rumours.
HTC has recently announced their new premium Desire 10 handset lineup and according to new information, it is unlikely that the new smartphones will hit shelves in the US or Canada. Like always, there will be ways to buy them, but they won't be available through official means.
Only days after GoPro unveiled its next-gen action cameras and Karma drone, Garmin has decided to make another move to better compete against the company. Garmin has now announced a price cut for it Virb Ultra 30 action camera dropping the price by $100.
Back in August, we have reported that Jawbone is considering selling its wearable business. Since then, we haven't heard much about any possible acquisition, but according to new information, the company definitely tried to sell off its wearable business.
On September 27, Xiaomi plans to unveil its latest flagship smartphone, the Mi 5s. According to new details, Xiaomi will announce not only one, but two high-end smartphones. Besides the Mi 5s, the company will also introduce the Mi 5s Plus smartphone.
Samsung is slowly getting ready to relaunch its recalled Galaxy Note 7. After majority of users in the United States opted for Galaxy S7 instead of a new Galaxy Note 7, the phablet is already available for purchase there. Other countries will have to wait for a few more days.
The popular Chinese certification agency TENAA has listed a new Vivo device, revealing key specifications of the smartphone. Other than some of the key specifications, there is no information when the company plans to make the smartphone official in China.
Every manufacturer is trying to keep upcoming products hidden from the public, but since devices go through various hands, someone always manages to leak some details. That is also the case with the upcoming 2016 edition of Galaxy A8 and 2017 edition of Galaxy A9 smartphones.
Ahead of the official launch, Sony's flagship Xperia XZ is now available for pre-order in the United States. The handset will be available on October 2, alongside the more affordable Xperia X Compact, which is expected to be available starting today, September 25 for $499.99.
Samsung has just launched the 2016 edition of the Galaxy On7 smartphone in China. The handset come with improved specs and carries a price tag of RMB 1,599, which translates into around $240 at current exchange rates. There is still no sign of the Galaxy On5 (2016) variant.
During an event in China, MediaTek has officially introduced two new chipsets for mobile devices, including the flagship Helio X30 and Helio P25, the upgraded version of the Helio P20. Both chipsets are expected to arrive in the first half of the next year.
Oakley and Intel teased the smart sports sunglasses at CES 2016, but not much was revealed on stage. We are now hearing that after years of development, Oakley's Radar Pace are about to hit stores in a matter of days, more precisely on October 1 in the US priced at $449.
Microsoft is now rolling out another software update for its entry-level Windows 10 Mobile smartphone. The software update for Lumia 550 bumps a firmware version to 01078.00042.16352.50012, but we have no official changelog, so we don't know all the changes.
The new, safe Galaxy Note 7 smartphones were expected to go on sale in South Korea on September 28, but a governmental agency asked Samsung to delay the refund or exchange program for the Galaxy Note 7 in South Korea. It looks like Samsung responded positively to the request.