Meizu is bringing us their next flagship smartphone, Sony’s latest camera has leaked and the Redmi 1S sells out in a matter of seconds.
We have been waiting for Meizu’s new flagship smartphone, and today it’s finally unveiled. The good-looking smartphone offers all the specs you could hope to get from a high-end smartphone.
Specs include a 2.2 GHz Mediatek MT6595 octa-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, 20.7MP/2MP Sony cameras, a 5.36-inch (1920x1154p) display, Android 4.4 and a 3100 mAh battery.
It will also be available in 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB versions, with the cheapest version costing only $300. It goes on sale later this month, so get your cash ready!
Opinion: This phone is right up there with the best of the best, and the price will definitely help it up the ladder. Are any of you signing up for one?
Sony is taking things up a notch with its latest QX1 camera, which has just been leaked. The device is not going to offer a fixed lens like the QX10 and QX100. Instead, we will see an E-Mount lens that can take advantage of many Sony lenses.
It is said to have an APS-C sensor and a built-in flash. Rumors say you will be able to get it for 300 Euros, or 400 Euros with a 16-50mm lens. Just like previous iterations, it should work in pair with your smartphone or tablet, making it a very versatile camera.
Opinion: Allowing for switching lenses is a blessing on an APS-C camera, making this a great products for those who want goo quality out of their cameras. Those who value portability will be especially fond of it.
Xiaomi launches and flash sales are now popular for selling out in a matter of seconds. Xiaomi is the king of Chinese sellouts, but we thought the Xiaomi Redmi 1S sale would last longer.
The Chinese manufacturer took 40,000 units to India, a number much higher than the usual. With a price of 5,999 INR (about $99), these units flew out in a matter of 4.2 seconds!
Opinion: How many units does a Xiaomi launch need in order for a device to last at least an hour in stock?! This is insane.