News tagged: Discontinued
With the launch of OnePlus 5T, the Chinese company has now confirmed that its last-gen flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 5, will soon be discontinued. The General Manager of OnePlus India, Vikas Aggarwal, shared this information in an interview with The Indian Express.
Latest research data shows that iPhone 7 was the most-selling smartphone in the world in the first half of 2017. The bad news for Apple is that the handset is still more popular than the recently launched iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus and a recent price cut doesn't help the
While all eyes were on new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X, as well as Apple Watch Series 3 and new Apple TV 4K, the Cupertino company has quietly made some changes to its iPad lineup. The company has increased the prices for some of its iPad Pro models.
Another Facebook app is being shutdown due to the social network giant's plans to bring all of the things into the core application. The Facebook Groups app will be discontinued next month, on September 1, which allows you to create and manage Facebook groups through the app.
Another company that tried its luck with operating system has now announced that it will focus on the enterprise solutions. Jide Technology's Remix OS was announced back in 2014 with the Remix Ultratablet in 2014, followed by the Remix Mini PC in 2015, and Remix IO last year.
Earlier this month, there were rumours that OnePlus plans to discontinue its flagship OnePlus 3T as we get closer and closer to the unveiling of the new flagship smartphone. Although the company denied those rumours, it has now revealed on the official OnePlus forums that the
Earlier today, OnePlus announced that its flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 3T with 128 GB of storage, is being discontinued. However, it looks like the company decided to change its statement by saying that they will "continue providing OnePlus 3T 128GB Gunmetal to the market
Shortly after Google officially launched the new Android Wear 2.0 operating system for smartwatches and wearables, Sony has allegedly discontinued its second-generation Moto 360 and Moto 360 Sport smartwatches. After Google removed the second generation Moto 360 smartwatch
During the recent event where new MacBooks were announced, the company never mentioned that it has plans to stop selling its 11-inch MacBook Air. The aforementioned notebook is no longer available on the company's website, where you can only find the new 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Microsoft is really trying to get rid of the Lumia lineup and we now have more confirmation on the matter. After it discontinued Lumia Highlights app and accidentally published Lumia end of support notification, the company has now outsourced support services for Lumia.
The new Pixel lineup is here to stay, meaning there won't be any new Nexus products. This was now officially confirmed by the company saying there are "no plans" for a future Nexus product. The company has also discontinued a few Nexus smartphones from its online store.
Microsoft is slowly killing its Lumia brand. After the company accidentally confirmed end of support for Lumia handsets, pulled the Lumia lineup from the online store, it has now officially discontinued Lumia Highlights app, which won't receive any new updates in the future.
We already know that Microsoft doesn't have plans for the Lumia brand, which was rumoured be discontinued later this year. The company has now accidentally published Lumia end of support notification on the US website, which only confirms those rumours.
It has been too long since Microsoft announced its last smartphone. There are various Lumia deals in the recent few weeks, which only confirms these new details. According to a new report, Microsoft plans to kill its Lumia lineup by the end of the year.
Earlier this year, Google officially discontinued the $999 Chremobook Pixel 2, while the more expensive model was still selling. Starting today, customers will no longer be able to purchase the $1,299 model as it is now discontinued and Google has no plans to restock the Pixel 2.
After launching the Xperia Beta program earlier this year, Sony has now confirmed that it is shutting down the program. While it did stated that the program would run until at least the middle of 2016, nobody actually thought that Sony would pull the plug this early.
A few weeks after OnePlus introduced its flagship smartphone, the company confirmed that they will not release a successor to its less expensive X model. Not only there won't be a successor to the OnePlus X, but the company won't be releasing any low-end phones in the future.
Back in 2014, BlackBerry launched a smartphone called Classic that was very similar to its old lineup, when they used to rule the market. A few years later, the phone is about to get discontinued and that was now officially confirmed by the company on its blog.
As people are losing interest in tablets, companies are slowly turning their focus to other products. One of them is Dell, who has just announced that it has no plans to launch any new Venue Android tablets. The company has now discontinued the complete tablet lineup.
Only hours after we reported that Apple has discontinued its Thunderbolt Display lineup, the company is now rumoured that is working on a next-generation display. The interested thing about new Thunderbolt display is it will have an integrated GPU inside the case.