ZTE's premium smartphone brand Nubia may be little known outside of China, but it plans to make waves in the international scene with its high-end smartphones. In an e-mail interview with DNA, the brand's co-founder shared the company's plans to expand outside of China.
The Huawei Mate S and the Oppo R7s are now widely available, and since both smartphones use similar build materials and targeted at the upper mid-range to premium segment, here's DNA's head-to-head review of these new handsets.
Oppo Electronics Singapore previewed its new mid-range Android smartphone Oppo R7s recently. DNA's Keith Liu was there to find out more about the company's strategy in the coming year.
HONOR, a sub-brand of Huawei Technologies’ consumer group, is one of the recent Chinese names which has succeeded in replicating Xiaomi’s strategy, selling high-quality smartphones at low prices, exclusively through online channels.
The days for compact cameras are clearly numbered, with many smartphone models incorporating the same type of imaging sensors found in point-and-shoot cameras, producing similar levels of image quality. Chinese technology giant Lenovo is taking that a step further, not just in terms of delivering a smartphone that has the design trappings of a compact camera – such as a physical shutter button and a hardware switch between auto and manual options. Keith Liu reviews the Lenovo Vibe Shot.
Smartphones have undeniably become better, faster and cheaper over the last few years, but one thing hasn’t changed that much – battery life. Here then are 5 smartphones that come with monster batteries, so you no longer have to worry about your device running out of juice before the day is through.
Xiaomi has managed to pair some high-end components with an affordable price on its latest budget Redmi series of smartphones. The company announced its Redmi Note 2 large screen smartphone will be available in four markets in Asia from November 11.
Smartphone manufacturers globally achieved the second highest quarter of phone shipments on record, according to preliminary results from research firm International Data Corporation (IDC).
Huawei's first smartwatch, the Huawei Watch goes on sale in Singapore from Oct 30. We go hands-on with the Android Wear based wearable from the Chinese vendor to find out why it took so long for the company to bring it to market, since its introduction in February this year.
Pre-order exclusively online through Lazada Singapore Prices start at S$899 for 64GB version FANS of Google Nexus smartphones in Singapore will soon be able to get their hands on the search giant’s latest large-screen flagship, the Nexus 6P.