Lenovo bets big with PHAB Plus, PHAB phablets at IFA 2015

If you thought Lenovo was done with smartphones, then you might be partly right. Now it's gong for phablets next! Trying to convince the market that mobile users these days actually seldom use their smartphones to make or take calls, Lenovo's goal is to sell devices design for consuming content, particularly videos, images, and pages. For those purproses, the new Lenovo PHAB Plus and its larger but weaker cousin the Lenovo PHAB are almost perfect contenders, offering big sizes but at the same time big savings.

Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 Pro puts entertainment front and center at IFA 2015

Tablets, with their big screens and big batteries, are the ultimate portable entertainment devices. That's the spiel that Lenovo is trying to make, first with its new PHAB phablets and now to an even larger degree, its YOGA Tab tablets, now in its 3rd generation. From the handy YOGA Tab 3 8" to affordable YOGA Tab 3 10" to the high performance YOGA Tab 3 Pro, Lenovo is offering heavy media consumers, especially TV and movie bingers, some new choices for their next Android slate purchase.

Lenovo VIBE S1, P1, P1m take the IFA 2015 floor

Lenovo may be, at least unofficially, planning to assimilate its Lenovo Mobile unit into Motorola in the future, but for now, it is still pushing through with its own VIBE brand. At IFA 2015, it has revealed not just one but three smartphones, And all of them with their own story to tell. From the classy VIBE P1 to the sporty VIBE P1m to the selfie-loving VIBE S1, Lenovo is trying to cover all the bases of the smartphone world, perhaps giving Lenovo Mobile its one last grand hurrah.

Gigaset enters smartphone market with sleek devices, modern specs

Smaller gadget manufacturers have gotten the right amount of inspiration when they look at what Xiaomi, OPPO, ZTE, and OnePlus – among a lot of other Asia-based companies who have started competing with the more established brands – have done. They took the game to the bigger brands by aggressive pricing and specs that allow their devices to do what most of the other premium gadgets can. So a new player, in the shape of Germany-based Gigaset, is coming into the market, and it’s bringing with the same aggressive playset – devices with great design and specs at an aggressive (affordable) price point.

Huawei Watch Hands-on: Going for the Gold

It's been more than half a year since Huawei first made the promise of a premium looking Android Wear smartwatch and some might have even lost interest, let alone hope, that it would see the light of day before something better comes along. Anxious fans and interested buyers can now breathe a sigh of relief as Huawei makes the Huawei Watch available in all its premium glory, in time for the latest Android Wear 1.3 launch and in time for IFA 2015. We go hands-on to see how for the timepiece has come along.

Acer Predator 8 tries to break into the mobile gaming market

While mobile gaming devices are not that lucrative anymore, especially since smartphones and phablets have gotten better in terms of specs that will appeal to gamers over the years, Acer is now announcing a new tablet that might make you reconsider. Named after their gaming desktop line, the Predator 8 is basically an Android tablet but with features that aims to make your mobile gaming experience all the more powerful and interesting.

Acer launches Liquid Z530, Z630 midrangers at IFA 2015

There’s been a lot of hype around Acer’s new phones that are set to be unveiled at IFA 2015 in Berlin, and we have the lowdown on those. In this report we focus particularly on the higher end of the reported four phone models that the Taiwan-based gadget manufacturer will be launching at the event – we bring you the Acer Liquid Z630 and the Acer Liquid Z530. Let’s dig into the specs.

Acer Liquid Z320 and Z330 announced, with Windows 10 Mobile twins

After the Liquid Jade Z and the Liquid Z410, here's Acer once again tempting us with a pair of new Android smartphoneS: the Z320 and the Z330. These are two new Liquid phones for the entry-level category, ideal for anyone looking for his first smartphone. These phones are each equipped with 4.5-inch FWVGA wide view angle screens, 1GB RAM, 8GB built-in storage, 3G connectivity, WiFi, and Bluetooth 4.0.
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