teaser, which some have associated with a Galaxy S 5, Samsung has finally unveiled the Galaxy J for the Taiwanese market. Bearing hallmarks of a design meant to appeal to Japanese consumers, the Galaxy J is a rather curious device that brings together the best of Samsung's two top smartphone models.
unboxing image out of Ireland and now it looks like we have a Nexus 5 sighting coming out of Taiwan. This latest doesn't appear to be a final model, but instead an earlier prototype model. That being said, this one has come by way of the NCC, which is similar to what the US has with the FCC.
ASUS. Now the company is making its two latest tablets, the MeMO Pad 8 and the MeMO Pad 10, available in its home court of Taiwan.
we reported on some recent comments by HTC talking about the software update to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, and now it appears to already be arriving. In fact an HTC president just said the developer edition One would see the update next week, and now this morning we're seeing reports of the HTC One getting 4.3 in Taiwan.
Samsung unveiled its latest S Pen phablet, the Galaxy Note III, it only showed two storage configuration options of 32 GB and 64 GB. It seems that a lower capacity model actually exists and will be available in Taiwan starting this week.
ASUS from announcing its refreshed PadFone Infinity, which it has apparently scheduled to happen next week in Taiwan. It seems like we will finally get to see if this new PadFone Infinity will have other surprises in store for us.
Acer announced their new 5.7-inch Android phablet, the Acer Liquid S1 smartphone. Coming in with a massive 5.7-inch Note style display with a 720p resolution and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, and now this week it's officially available in Taiwan for just $430.