And just like that, Asus’ Padfone family, viewed by many as a niche line unable to ever break into the mainstream, has reached the point where it officially consists of four, count’em four members.
It’s not unusual to see sub-$200 or even sub-$100 smartphones being released by obscure manufacturers from China and India that would be willing to do anything to be noticed. Not unusual, but still pretty impressive.
Right on schedule, Pantech has unveiled the Vega LTE-A, which is the company’s third top-notch smartphone to see daylight in 2013, following on the footsteps of the massive Vega No 6 and the very sleek-looking Vega Iron.
LG may have never had a strong reputation in the Western mobile décor, but locally the Optimus makers have always been a threat for the likes of Samsung or Apple. Need proof? How about if I told you Optimus G Pro sales have already topped 1 million units in Korea?
The QR code was introduced a few years back and allows mobile devices to scan a 2 dimensional bar-code which then links the device to images, websites, pass codes and other online content. Since their inception, QR codes have seen limited use and never really became mainstream in the west. Curiously, they have however seen