News & Reviews: comeback
Jul 28, 2021
It seems like BlackBerry is gearing up for its comeback pretty soon. The company hinted at this last year when it became part of Onward Mobility, which is a mobile security company from the US. Now, the company starting to reach out again to build public interest.
Jun 01, 2021
Earlier, it was reported that Samsung will not present any new Galaxy Note devices this year. As the company has brought the S Pen support to Galaxy S21 Ultra and the upcoming Galaxy Fold 3 is expected to ship with one, fans are worried that they might never see new Note devices again. Surprisingly, the latest rumour has arrived by saying that the Galaxy Note series will make a comeback next year.
Apr 09, 2021
Earlier, HONOR has claimed that the upcoming Magic series will surpass the likes of HUAWEI's P and MATE series. With that statement, it makes us wonder even more about what kind of smartphone that the brand will make after leaving HUAWEI. Today, it is reported that other than the Magic series, HONOR will also be bringing the high-end Digital series smartphones to the market in its comeback.
Mar 25, 2021
Other than launching the Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra on 29 March, a new teaser has appeared hinting at something that the fans have been waiting for a long time. Today, Xiaomi has posted a teaser poster with the text "MIX COMING BACK" to signal that the Xiaomi Mi Mix is finally making a comeback.
Jan 05, 2021
After parting ways with Sony, Vaio has become an independent brand and continues to serve the laptop market. However, the laptop brand might not be that notable in some of the regions now. To make a change, Vaio has announced that they will be returning to India soon with a mysterious surprise waiting to unfold on 15 January.
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?