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|2014-04-03 12:47 PM|
|cafebrad||True. But you don't have to have the balls to flash a rom. Just use nova or any other 3rd party launcher and set it up how u like|
|2014-03-31 10:53 AM|
Originally Posted by cafebrad View Post
a critical mass of a certain model has to be sold before xda-developers get interested in modding it.
Unless you can do the modding yourself, of course...
OTOH, if your phone comes with CyanogenMod preinstalled, you might not need any modding
In related underdog news: Xiaomi is on fire
|2014-03-23 04:21 PM|
|cafebrad||unless you really love Samsungs touchwiz there is little reason to go for tizen. one of the great aspects of android is its themes/launchers/fonts/widgets. if tizen looks good for u then there will likely be an option to mimic it on any phone and keep your access to the google ecosystem. for instance an Oppo 7 with a new launcher. beautiful high end hardware thats different than the norm ( and relatively cheaper) ...... its all up to you|
|2014-03-22 03:15 PM|
It is actually even "better" than that: Sony believes 4K on a phone is just fine...
|2014-03-22 01:46 PM|
|Wayne||So people are debating whether there is value in going to 4K in large screen TVs and yet we have smartphones being released with resolution higher than 1080p?|
|2014-03-21 01:07 PM|
Sharp getting tired of being just a glass supplier to the big boys?
About the same size as iPhone 5 but 4.5"/FHD screen.
Could be an indication what the (rumored) 4.7" iPhone 6 will look like...
|2014-03-20 01:14 PM|
competing handset with the same CPU, similar specs and costing 1 Yuan less...
No wonder Apple isn't doing too well in China...
|2014-03-19 08:11 PM|
Oppo revealed their pair of high-end smartphone/phablets.
Decent specs. 5.5" screen FHD/QHD resolution, respectively.
$484 and $645, respectively.
|2014-03-18 01:44 PM|
Another Chinese "underdog" setting its eyes on Xiaomi
HTC One level specs on a smartphone under $300.
With an (almost) stock Android OS. Sounds interesting...
|2014-03-17 03:19 PM|
The first smartphone to use the full octa-core Mediatek CPU is Xiaomi's Redmi Note
The AnTuTu benchmark puts it in the Galaxy S4 ballpark...
And there are reasons to suspect LG G3 will use the same
That in turn could mean the next Nexus might use one as well...
|2014-03-16 11:21 PM|
Xiaomi aggressively on schedule
If they are half as successful as they plan to be, they must get ready to face Apple legal...
|2014-03-06 11:23 AM|
Samsung, Qualcomm, Mediatek, Huawei...
Apple and Intel are the only "smart" ones left.
|2014-03-05 05:21 PM|
ZTE has its own top of the line handset on the Chinese market for a few months now
|2014-03-04 08:15 PM|
but didn't (yet) - two handsets: HD (1080p) and QHD (2560x1440)
Meizu - another Chinese smartphone manufacturer with big
aspirations, is expected to do the same in Paris in two days
By the end of the year, 6 Chinese companies - Lenove, Huawei, ZTE, Oppo, Xiaomi and Meizu -
might end up in the top 10 smartphone makers. The first 3 are in the top 6 already...
|2014-03-02 11:24 PM|
But not before September this year
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