AU Optronics Corp, or AUO for short, has unveiled a variety of high resolution displays for the electronics market. Among these is what the company claims to be the world's highest resolution panel for smartphones using AMOLED display technology.
OPPO has just unveiled its latest masterpiece and it doesn't disappoint, at least in as far as matching rumors to reality goes. The OPPO Find 7 boasts almost all the buzzworthy specs and features that you'd want to find in a high-end smartphone this year.
Aside from an eye towards 64-bit processors, the smartphone hardware competition is slowly converging towards a new baseline when it comes to displays. And AUO, or AU Optronics Corp, says that it is at the forefront of that race by being one of the first, if not the few, to mass produce WQHD LCD's squeezed into 6-inch screens.
Spreading its Android wings even further, PC maker Lenovo has just introduced the ThinkVision 28 and the ThinkVision Pro2804m smart displays. While this gigantic screen can practically function as a home computer thanks to the Android ecocystem, this one has entertainment written all over it.
It's that time of year again to be bombarded by leaks and rumors as we trek the road towards next year's Consumer Electronics Show. This time, the information about LG's next flagship, which is being called the LG G3 for now, has a mix of interesting tidbits.
Chinese manufacturer Vivo has just outed the Xplay3S, bearing all the bells and whistles of a high-end phablet. Unfortunately, the US may never know whether what sounds utterly delectable on paper will perform just as well in the real world.
We must be nearing an unveiling date now that OPPO is slowly starting to spill details of the OPPO Find 7 over the Internet. Confirming an earlier leak, the smartphone is teased to indeed have a 2K display but the real size of the screen is pretty much still a big quesiton mark.
Once cannot claim that Vivo isn't trying its best to be creative. Instead of the usual text and photo content, the Chinese manufacturer went the extra mile and slapped on a bit of augmented reality (AR) into their event invitation for the unveiling of the Vivo Xplay 3S.
If yesterday's revelation about Samsung's plans for bended and foldable displays for 2014 and onwards had you a wee bit curious, then these latest tidbits will probably make you intrigued even more. At its second Analyst Day, the Korean electronics manufacturer is spilling the beans on how it plans to keep itself on top of the competition in the years to come.
Popular Chinese electronics manufacturer BBK might be on the verge of outing yet another unique smartphone soon. If all goes well and according to the specs boasted by the company last month, we might soon be setting our eyes on the Vivo Xplay3S, the world's first 2K smartphone.