mid range

Ramos’ comeback begins with the MOS1 smartphone

It's been a while since we've last heard from Ramos. A relatively unfamiliar brand, the Chinese manufacturer has specialized in making budget Android tablets with a bit of distinction. Back in 2014, it put out not one, not even two, but four tablets. Not that they were entirely spectacular, but Intel-powered Android tablets back then were still a rare sight. Now Ramos is back and it's back with a vengeance. Sort of. The Ramos MOS1 now has the distinction of being the manufacturer's first, but not last, smartphone.

ASUS Pegasus 2 Plus, mid-range phone with 3GB RAM

ASUS now tries to expand its reach into the mid-tier market with a new phone launched at a Chinese tech exhibition which happened the past weekend dubbed the ASUS Pegasus 2 Plus, the successor to the ASUS Pegasus that was launched December 2014. The Pegasus 2 Plus follows in the path made by ASUS’s ZenFone products, but this time using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipsets.

LG launches new midrange phones for global market

Korean phone manufacturer LG began the year by launching the quirky but beautiful LG G Flex 2, the first smartphone to come out with Qualcomm’s spanking new Snapdragon 810 processor. While waiting for the new flagship for the year – the LG G4 – the Korean manufacturer is still busy by pumping out new midrange options that should compete in that segment of the global market. Welcome the LG Magna, LG Spirit, LG Leon, and LG Joy – the first three with 3G and 4G variants.

HTC Desire 510 wants 4G LTE to be more accessible

LTE prices are starting to go down but the costs of smartphones that can support it aren't. Aspiring to bring an LTE-capable smartphone to the masses, HTC is unleashing the Desire 510, a mid-range smartphone touted to be an always connected multimedia device in your pocket and bears some of the highlights of HTC's more expensive selection.
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