News & Reviews: 5g smartphone
Last Updated: Aug 19, 2020
There are a lot of smartphone brands nowadays and we won't even blame you if you've forgotten some of the old ones. With that said, a prominent smartphone brand from the past is going to make a comeback in 2021. In the olden days, BlackBerry has stood strong in the communication industry with its iconic keyboard. Now, will it continue to make some breakouts with the keyboard or cave in for the touch screens?
Last Updated: Aug 14, 2020
Today, an OPPO 5G smartphone with two codenames PEAM00 / PEAT00 has been certified and received a manufacturing permit from the 3C certification office. Although the company hasn't announced anything yet, the mysterious device is suggested to be the OPPO Ace3. True or not, we will get to know as early as this month according to the source.
Last Updated: Apr 21, 2020
As you may already know, Huawei is going to launch the Nova 7 series on 23 April 2020. At the launch, expect to see three new devices in the Nova 7 SE, Nova 7, and Nova 7 Pro. In particular, the Nova 7 SE is supposed to be an affordable mid-range 5G device and some of its details have been leaked ahead of the launch.
Last Updated: Aug 08, 2019
I’m pretty sure by now that everyone knows that a brand new 5G network is currently being tested in Malaysia and it is capable of offering up to or even more than 6Gbps download speeds. However, there are still some users out there who are sceptical towards the new network, probably due to the fact that even the current 4G network coverage in Malaysia is nowhere near perfect just yet.
However, recently MCMC Minister YB Gobind Singh announced that states such as Kedah, Kuala Lumpur, Perak, Selangor as well as Terengganu will be part of the original Putrajaya and Cyberjaya 5G-network testbed. If all goes well, we might just expect a few cities in Malaysia to officially offer the new 5G network as early as the first quarter of 2020. That being said, Is it actually worth investing in a flagship smartphone without 5G right now?
Last Updated: Dec 06, 2017
In a short announcement, Vivo Chief Executive Officer, Shen Wei has announced that Vivo's technology department has kicked off the research and development for its 5G smartphone prototypes next year, as well as combining artificial intelligence (A.I.) with it. With that, the earliest that we can see such product will be in 2019 where the company plans to release a commercial 5G smartphone, followed by a 5G device that leverages A.I. in 2021.