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  • Rumours: Lenovo to go all Moto with their smartphones?

    Rumours: Lenovo to go all Moto with their smartphones?

    A report that came out from Campaign Asia suggests that Lenovo will stop producing smartphones under their own brand. This may see the death of the Lenovo smartphone brand, or in another word, consolidation of brands by Lenovo.

  • Sharp unveils corner-to-corner curved and bezel-less display

    Sharp unveils corner-to-corner curved and bezel-less display

    While the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 shows what curved displays can be like to own, we are still plagued with the limitation of smartphones – both phones still have bezels around the display, albeit a very tiny one. Sharp, one of the premier manufacturers of displays, has reveal a display that is without bezels, and spans from corner to corner.

  • Rumours: A new Moto device coming soon from Lenovo?

    Rumours: A new Moto device coming soon from Lenovo?

    The Moto Z family from Motorola is one of the hottest models on the market right now – even though it has yet to see light in Malaysia. Nevertheless, Lenovo is now resting on their laurels, and it seems that we may see a new model under the Moto brand soon – the Moto M.

  • Lenovo to preload Microsoft apps with new phones

    Lenovo to preload Microsoft apps with new phones

    A new partnership has been announced by Microsoft and Lenovo, which will see the company’s products to be pre-loaded with the other’s productivity apps such as WordSkype and OneDrive.

  • Android now has more than 85% market share worldwide

    Android now has more than 85% market share worldwide

    You know Android is the king of smartphone when you get numbers like this – a report online shared that the OS from Google is currently holding about 86.2% of the world smartphone market share for the first half of 2016. Trailing way behind is iOS with under 12%.  

  • 90% of Snapdragon-equipped Android devices safe from QuadRooter thanks to Google’s Verify Apps

    90% of Snapdragon-equipped Android devices safe from QuadRooter thanks to Google’s Verify Apps

    We have talked about a newly discovered vulnerability that affects Android smartphones that is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors named QuadRooter. Thankfully, the majority of the smartphones are safe thanks to Google’s Verify Apps function.

  • Snapdragon-based Android devices affected by Quadrooter vulnerability

    Snapdragon-based Android devices affected by Quadrooter vulnerability

    With over a billion devices running Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor right now, the scale of a newly discovered vulnerability is staggering. Called Quadrooter, it can essentially take over the data on your smartphone.

  • Lenovo and United International Pictures collaborate to reward Warcraft fans

    Lenovo and United International Pictures collaborate to reward Warcraft fans

    WarCraft: The Beginning, based on one of the most popular gaming franchises by Blizzard Entertainment, the WarCraft series will finally be released today in Malaysia. In relation to that, Lenovo is also partnering with United International Pictures (UIO) for the premier of the movie, to reward their fans and customers to be the first to watch the movie last night, along with exclusive premiums such as redeeming Steam vouchers, Lenovo Gaming Mouse, official WarCraft T-shirts and movie vouchers.

  • Rumours: A Lenovo phablet image leaked with Windows 10 OS

    Rumours: A Lenovo phablet image leaked with Windows 10 OS

    Some time last year, Lenovo was suppose to launch a phones with Windows 10 OS in it but nothing happen and they went quiet about it. We aren't sure what really happen but with the leaked picture above, it seems that they haven't give up on the development.

  • Mystery MediaTek-powered device scores 43149 at AnTuTu

    Mystery MediaTek-powered device scores 43149 at AnTuTu

    AnTuTu benchmark screenshots of a mystery device have shown scores breaking the 40000 score limit. The screenshot reveals some tech specs of this mystery device which include a MediaTek MT6595 processor, 3GB of RAM and Android 4.4.2. The model name has been blanked out but it doesn't seem like this is a doctored screenshot, as these have appeared on AnTuTu before. So far, rumours are flying about that it could be the next Xiaomi Mi4 but Xiaomi has typically used Snapdragon processors for their Mi range of smartphones. Neither would it be Huawei because Huawei are currently using their own Kirin 920 range of processors as well. Our guess is that the device could come from Alcatel, Acer, Lenovo or some other China-brand smartphone manufacturer as these manufacturers use MediaTek processors more often than not. No other details were available such as Malaysia release dates or pricing but we'll let you know as soon as we find out.