LG may have been late in releasing its latest flagship, but that does not mean it would do the same for its other devices.
And so even before most Android mobile manufacturers unveil their own 'mini's, LG has already announced a duo of lower-priced handsets.
According to a report by GSM Arena, the Korean manufacturer has just unleashed the LG G4 Stylus and the G4c, both of which are promoted as 'exceptionally priced' handsets. more >>
Many HTC and Android fans were not pleased when the Taiwanese manufacturer opted for a Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution screen for its One M9 flagship instead of the 2K trend.
However, that would definitely change once the One ME9 becomes available in the market.
Unfortunately, for people who are expecting this device to become available worldwide, a new rumor stated that the HTC phone would only be available in a limited number of countries. more >>
Like other Android phone manufacturers, Chinese company Meizu is looking to expand its market outside of China, and one the closest possible option is India.
That's why the company will officially launch its Meizu M1 Note phablet via a flash sale in the Asian subcontinent.
According to the report by GSM Arena, the M1 Note smartphone will become available in India beginning 2pm local time via Amazon India. Unfortunately for interested buyers, they would only be able to know the price one the sale goes live tomorrow. more >>
Meizu is not unknown in the mobile world, especially in China and Asia where it has focused its market strategy. However, it is definitely not satisfied being referred to as "another Chinese phone maker." And so, just months after releasing the first M1 Note, the company is reportedly working on the device's successor.
According to a report by GSM Arena, a new leak has surfaced showing the unannounced device placed beside the M1 Note.
While there are not a lot of things we know yet about the Meizu M1 Note 2, at least the leak has more or less given us an idea how it would look like. more >>
In another attempt to break through the Indian market, Lenovo has unveiled another smartphone in the Asian subcontinent.
According to a report by GSM Arena, the Android-powered handset is a midranger that will cost only INR 12,999 or about $204 on major Indian retailers and websites.
Dubbed as the Lenovo S60, the smartphone will come with pretty decent specs such as a 5-inch IPS display with HD (1280 x 720) resolution, 2GB of RAM, a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset, and 8GB of built-in memory. more >>
Sun Ho, the co-founder of Singapore's City Harvest Church and wife of lead pastor Kong Hee, took the stand for the first time on Tuesday in the long-standing case against Kong and five other CHC leaders accused of misusing millions of church funds for Ho's career. The singer claimed that the Crossover project was meant to serve the mission of the church, and not her own career.
The Straits Times reported on Tuesday that Ho, who has not been charged herself, said that the Crossover project was "always about the church."
The six CHC members are being accused of funneling money into Ho's career through sham bond investing in the management company called Xtron, which the prosecution says was operated by CHC's leadership. The six accused face up to 20 years in prison if convicted of having misused the $19.2 million in church funds in question. more >>