Asus have just launched the ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe. The latest smartphone in the ZenFone series is hailed as 'Determined. Desirable. Distinguished'. So what makes the ZenFone 3 Deluxe the must have android smartphone for 2016?
The ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe is an innovative and exciting fusion of art and science along with a unique combination of craftsmanship and technical brilliance. All of this is packaged into a sleek all metal smartphone with a completely invisible antenna.
The ASUS ZenFone 3 is the most affordable smartphone in ASUS’s recently launched ZenFone 3 series.The ZenFone 3 may not be quite as impressive as the more expensive ZenFone 3 Deluxe; but it is packed with a generous amount of advanced features usually only found on high end devices. The ZenFone 3 is a well built, stylish smartphone with a gorgeous metal and glass finish.
Lenovo unveiled their new bendable smartphone at the Tech World conference in Silicon Valley to an excited audience. The Lenovo bendable smartphone named the CPlus is an innovative smartphone which is fully flexible and capable of bending so you can wrap the CPlus around your wrist like a bracelet. Will the Lenovo bendable smartphone be the world’s first wearable smartphone?
In the smartphone era a bland text message is a thing of the past. We love to pack our smartphone messages with cute pictures and colourful emojis to express how we are feeling and show friends and family what we are doing. We also love to include photos in our messages but adding smiley faces and pictures in your text messages may be costing you much more than you realise. Do you know the difference between an SMS and an MMS? Read our smartphone user guide to learn the difference between a free text message and an expensive MMS message.
Your Smartphone could replace your physical passport soon. The world’s biggest passport maker 'De La Rue' have confirmed that they are are developing new technology which is capable of replacing paper passports with digital documents. These digital passports will be stored in our smartphones.Passports are easily mislaid and forgotten. They are are quite flimsy and easily get damaged. It makes sense to have our passports stored on our smartphones as most people now use a smartphone.
Recent UK Smartphone news revealed that Three were merging with O2. Smartphone users expressed concern that the Three / O2 merger would mean higher bills. These fears were heightened when OFCOM's CEO Sharon White announced that that the merger could mean higher bills for UK smartphone users. It appears that UK smartphone users don't need to worry about higher bills and could in fact benefit from lower bills and better services due to the merger of Three with 02.
ASUS's ZenPad M tablet PC has just been launched. The launch was a very low key affair and not many details have been revealed about the ZenPad M.We do know that Wi-fi and LTE are supported. So why such a low key launch?
As the selfie trend has grown so has the demand for superb selfie-centric smartphones. In 2013 'selfie' became Oxford dictionaries word of the year and smartphones have become most peoples primary cameras. Smartphone manufacturers are meeting the demand for selfie-centric smartphones with new innovation and improved cameras; to provide an improved selfie taking experience and high quality selfie photos.