Sony is expected to update its low-end and mid-range units with new versions. A new leak has surfaced online giving us a better look at the specifications and design of Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra, and L2.
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Samsung has unveiled the next iteration of the firm's rugged tablet, Galaxy Tab Active2, which aims at business users providing them an extremely durable tablet with decent performance.
Sony has launched its latest mid-range addition to the firm's X-series line-up, the Xperia XA1 Plus, in India. The handset offers a good camera and some pretty decent specs at the price of ₹24,990.
Caterpillar is back with two new extremely rugged low and mid-range smartphones, S31 and S41, that are built to take heavy abuse, thus providing durability and performance at affordable prices.
According to some newly leaked press materials, Samsung will soon launch another dual-camera device, the Galaxy J7+, offering some pretty decent specs including Bixby support at an affordable price.
Huawei has started sending out invitations for the launch event of its upcoming flagship handset, the Mate 10. Although the invite doesn't clearly state the device, it does tease it.
The upcoming additions to Asus's ZenFone lineup, have been leaked on the company's online shop, revealing the designs and specs of the new devices, although they have now been taken off the site.
Lenovo has launched its first smartphone with dual camera setup, the K8 Note, in India. The budget-friendly phone comes with stock Android OS and starts at the price of INR 12,999.
Microsoft has released another update to Skype for Android devices, bringing the ability to choose light and dark themes along with more new features and regular fixes and improvements.
OnePlus has just released some teasers through its official accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Weibo, teasing a new variant of its latest flagship device, the OnePlus 5, which is coming soon.
Microsoft has begun testing a cloud-based AI-powered search for its Photos app by rolling out a preview update to Windows Insiders, giving the app a similar ability already present in the rival apps.
Xiaomi has launched its new mid-range device, the Mi 5X, in China, offering some pretty decent specs including a dual-camera setup at the affordable price of CNY 1,499 (roughly $222).
Microsoft has updated the Android version of its chat-based workspace tool, Teams, adding a bunch of new features like HD audio and video call support and also regular performance improvements.
A BlackBerry KEYone has been spotted in hands-on pictures, ditching the silver-black design of the original in favor of an all-black color scheme, but it's not yet clear when it will be available.
Samsung has added a new budget-friendly smartphone, the Galaxy J7 Nxt, to its J series by launching it in India priced at INR 11,490. The handset offers some decent specs at this price.