Since Samsung released the Galaxy Beam 2 which is basically a smartphone and pico-projector combined in one device a lot of our readers are wondering if there are other Android-powered projectors out in the market today. There are in fact a few and one model called the Zeco CX5 caught our attention. Unlike the Galaxy Beam 2 the Zeco Cx5 is a dedicated projector that won’t fit in your pocket. It does however have its own 13,000 mAh built-in battery which allows consumers to use it outdoors even when there isn’t any power source available. Technical...

According to rumors coming out of Taiwan, Xiaomi’s upcoming tablet could sport a high resolution 7.9 inch 2048 x 1536 resolution display, thus rivaling the display of the Apple iPad. It is also said that the Chinese manufacturer is in talks with Intel as well as NVIDIA to supply the chipset for this new high-end tablet. It was initially reported that the company will announce its first tablet on the 23rd of April, but that didn’t materialize. This rumored tablet could cost as low as $160 according to Taiwanese sources, which...

Last March we reported about the Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 (G3858) being spotted at TENAA (China’s FCC). Now the device has become official as it is already listed in Samsung’s China website. This device is the successor to the Galaxy Beam which was released in 2012. What makes this device unique is that it has its own built-in pico projector allowing users to view content on a much larger screen. The Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 is basically a smartphone and a projector rolled into one compact device. As far as its smartphone feature is concerned...

A new benchmark listing on AnTuTu has revealed the existence of the Pantech IM-A888S carrying top of the line hardware. It’s unclear as to when this device will break cover, but judging by what we see here, it seems like the Korean manufacturer has something big planned for the market. This device which is possibly in testing right now is revealed to be packing a 2K resolution display, a 2.4 GHz Snapdragon 805 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and Android 4.4.2 KitKat. This is certainly one of the powerful handsets that we’ve...

Two new LG tablets have just surfaced at the FCC with different display sizes. The tablets listed here are known as the LG V700 and LG V400. While there’s not much info available from the listing, some hints give us an idea of what to expect. The V700 has been listed with a landscape orientation, which suggests that this is probably a large screen device with 10 inch+ display. The V400 on the other hand could be your run-of-the-mill 7 or 8 inch tablet as it has been listed in portrait orientation. There’s not much info available...

Posted on Apr 24 2014 - 6:03pm by Chad Buenaflor
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During the CES 2014 event held last January Asus announced three new devices that would be joining the company’s ZenFone line. These are the ZenFone 4, ZenFone 5, and ZenFone 6, all three sporting Intel Atom processors and expected to launch this month. With the end of April fast approaching it appears that only one model will make it to the market this month as the Asus ZenFone 5 has just launched in China. There’s really nothing extra-ordinary about the Asus ZenFone 5. It’s basically a solid Android smartphone with decent specs...

The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ is an Android tablet that was first unveiled by the company last February. What sets this 10-inch tablet apart from other similar models out in the market is that it has an extremely long battery life of 18 hours and it also comes with its own built-in kickstand. This device can now be pre-ordered for $369 at the Lenovo website and is expected to ship out by the middle of May. The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ achieves a long battery life from the combination of an energy-efficient processor and a large battery...

A new report from China, Samsung Display is looking to substantially increase production of its flexible display panels for use in future smartphones. Last year we saw the Galaxy Round which was the world’s first smartphone with a curved AMOLED display, but sadly its launch was limited to just South Korea. By increasing production volume of its flexible displays, Samsung will finally be able to bring a smartphone touting this display to global markets. The company is expected to invest close to $1.9 billion in this new manufacturing...