Last we heard anything about it, the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro was reportedly delayed until January alongside the Galaxy C5 Pro. The duo was initially said to get a December release, but apparently that’s not happening anymore. The C9 Pro was unveiled back in October, so it’s high time for Samsung to give it some more Pro-branded siblings in the C series.
The C7 Pro has been spotted at TENAA, the Chinese regulatory authority, with the model number SM-C7010. The pictures you can see below have been snapped during the certification process. Continue reading
If you remember, in its recent launch event on November 24, the Chinese smartphone giant – Xiaomi had released two smartphones including Mi Note 2 and Mi Mix. The interesting thing about the second smartphone – Mi Mix is that it had almost zero bezel making it one of the first of its kind smartphone from Xiaomi. Now there’s news about another such smartphone – Xiaomi Mi 6 Mix. Continue reading to know more. Continue reading
Recently, a new smartphone leaked from the Ministry of Industry and certification, and according to the rumors it’s the upcoming LeEco Coolpad Cool 1S, the younger brother of Cool 1C.
According to benchmark given by the leakster, Cool 1S incorporates the latest Snapdragon 821 SoC under the hood. What’s more stunning is that the hardware yields a score 159039 points (around 160000).
Moreover, the leak exposes the bright black color variant of the smartphone with ultra-thin bezels. It’s brother, the budget-friendly Cool 1C featured some mid-end hardware including Snapdragon 625 processor and 4000mAh high-capacity battery, as the selling point. The price was only 899 yuan. No doubt, a Snapdragon 821 highlighted phone can’t be sold for that price. So, LeEco Coolpad Cool 1S will have a drastic yet reasonable price tag. Continue reading
Xiaomi Mi 5C has been in and out of the news for a while now but all about the phone’s launch seem to have died down of late. However, the Mi 5C has surfaced again, this time listed on popular online mall Jingdong (JD.com) eliciting thoughts of the device dropping soon.
The Jingdong listing gave the Mi 5C a price tag of 9,999 Yuan which is very likely an error but its appearance on the mall could mean we should be expecting the device soon. It could as well just be another hype considering that the pinecone-powered device was few weeks back listed on Taoboa with a 999 Yuan ($145) price tag and yet we are still waiting for its launch. Continue reading
today I’m going to compare these two smartphones – Xiaomi Redmi 4 and Xiaomi Redmi 4 Pro (Prime).
Here is what is in the box: