Samsung’s health-focused event has finally taken place. ZTE is also taking the stage with the announcement of the Nubia X6 Mini, but THL has officially taken the crown this week.
It turns out it is a wearable, but not the kind that we are used to. This is a health-centric platform that is meant to further understand our bodies through sensors. This is not limited to heart beats, like most other health wearables out there. It seems it will study your body even deeper, possibly telling you when you are sick.
Opinion: This is meant to be much bigger than just a product announcement. This seems to be a movement. The heart rate monitors and wearables at MWC were only the tip of the iceberg.
Oppo won’t be the only manufacturer showing off its Mini device this Friday. ZTE has also told us they will be announcing the Nubia X6 Mini on May 30th. Rumors say the device should come with very similar specs to the larger brother. It won’t be that much of a “Mini” phone, either.
The ZTE Nubia X6 Mini is said to come with a 5.5-inch 2K display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.
Opinion: It still surprises me that some companies are calling 5.5-inch devices “Mini”. Regardless, this is looking to be one hell of a device, so let’s stay tuned for Friday.
THL is not a brand many of us usually keep a close eye on. They have produced some great phones in the past, but the brand is just not that popular. The THL 5000 is sure to turn some heads, though. In fact, it may become one of your favorites as soon as we tell you the reason for its name.
This device holds a 5,000 mAh battery! With such a large battery, this device can offer you 1000 hours of standby time and a whopping 47 hours of talk time. Other specs include a 5-inch 1080p display, a 1.7 GHz octa-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and 13MP/5MP cameras.
Opinion: What I would do for a battery that size…. It really makes the device seem that much more amazing, even without looking at the specs at all.