Qualcomm has built a new processor that’s designed specifically not for smartphones, but rather personal computers.
The company has just lifted the curtain on what it calls the Snapdragon 850. This is a processor that’s designed specifically for PCs, especially those that are “always on, always connected” and are ... Read More »
If you’ll recall, over the last few weeks Lenovo has been teasing the upcoming Z5 smartphone, which was billed as the first real “all-screen” smartphone. The teases suggested it wouldn’t have a notch, or a chin for that matter, and would boast a truly impressive 95% screen-to-body ratio.
Well, the ... Read More »
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Lenovo’s original Yoga Book was released nearly two years ago, but the company may be developing a successor. A Bluetooth SIG filing by Lenovo references a new pen for a device called the Yoga Book Pro 2. No such device is currently in existence, indicating that Lenovo is working on a new device ... Read More »
Earlier this month we saw the first teaser for the Lenovo Z5, the company’s first attempt at an all-screen smartphone, and what appears to be the device to really get it right.
Based on the teasers, we saw a smartphone that doesn’t have a chin and offers minimized bezels on every size of the display. ... Read More »
Motorola, currently still running under the Lenovo banner, will launch a new mid-range smartphone this year, and it looks like the company is also planning a bit ahead with a new Moto Mod option as well.
Android 8.0 Oreo is nothing new by now. We’re already on our second developer preview of Android P with the final release not too far off. Yet some devices are still getting updated to Oreo, ... Read More »
As bezels shrink, we see companies touting “all-screen” designs, with some reaching that milestone a bit better than others. Many still miss the mark, though.
Google announced the Lenovo Mirago Solo VR180 headset and Lenovo Mirage Camera earlier this year, and today they’re finally available to buy. The Lenovo duo are the first VR180 products to be released.
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VR180 is Google’s new virtual reality project that allows you to record 180 degrees of video rather than 360. While not as immersive, Google believes it can be a higher quality virtual reality experience.