It’s no secret Samsung is a well-oiled money-making machine, being the undisputed world leader in smartphone sales for a while now. So why in the name of Norse god Odin do the Koreans feel the need to play dirty, gaming benchmarks and gratuitously smearing the competition?
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.
Fresh rumors out of the rumor oven suggest that Samsung might launch the Galaxy Note III on September 27 in Taiwan, and some leaked pictures show off what is allegedly the device’s display panel.
HTC’s latest and greatest Butterfly S is now on sale in some stores in Taiwan and the US. The upgraded Butterfly sadly comes with a steep price tag, so it’s not going to be a common man’s phone.
After leaping to the number two spot in Korean smartphone sales ranks, it’s only natural to see Pantech get more bullish on its prospects outside the homeland. Two of the company’s newest gadgets are thus making their way to Taiwan, which could be the first step towards a global charge.
Following a long string of leaks and rumors, the HTC Butterfly S has gone official moments ago in Taiwan, as expected. And while big chunks of the thing’s spec sheet were revealed a while ago, HTC still kept an ace or two up its sleeve.
First leaked back in March and subsequently spotted getting FCC’s stamp of approval, Huawei’s MediaPad 7 Vogue tablet has finally become official a few hours ago.