DNA editor Keith Liu puts on his Dick Tracy hat and checks out two Chinese smartphones – the FiFine W9 and the DZ09. One he can almost see a use for, the other is peculiar and confusing. Find out which is which.
New Galaxy J series aims to strike balance between price and performance Design inspiration taken from higher-end Galaxy S and Grand series Samsung Malaysia Electronics’s recently unveiled mid-range Samsung Galaxy J series is now available to Malaysian consumers.
Sony Mobile unveils two new mid-range smartphones with an emphasis on camera performance, but they come at a higher price than typical mid-range Android devices.
BlackBerry may no longer be a mobile powerhouse but it plans to remain relevant and lead the mobile enterprise security market – through organic growth and acquisitions, as well as an increasing focus on the IoT, Goh Thean Eu reports from the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York.
Asus has announced the availability of the ZenPad C 7.0 in Singapore, the first in a series of ZenPad tablets which it introduced at the recent Computex technology expo in Taiwan.
Most of the growth in the smartphone market will come from the sale of sub-US$100 devices in developing as well as developed countries. This price tier will represent more than 40% of global smartphone sales by 2020, up from 13% in 2014, Ovum said.
The mobile games industry in South-East recorded impressive growth and reached over US$1 billion in revenue in 2014, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Go here for the DNA Video review of the Yotaphone 2, the Android smartphone cum e-reader which will be available officially soon in Malaysia.
DNA contributing editor Keith Liu puts the Asus ZenFone 2 – a higher-end model of the range, 'cos he rolls that way – and comes away with a hearty recommendation.
Worldwide sales of smartphones to end-users reached 336 million units, an increase of 19.3%, during the first quarter of 2015, according to Gartner Inc.