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.
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?
Fed up with annoying pop up ads and want to know how to block ads on an android smartphone? You are not alone. Ads are annoying, disrupt your online activity and eat into your data allowance. You also pay to load mobile ads which can lead you to exceeding your data allowance. In 2015 the average Brit forked out around £40 for exceeding their data allowance. Around 2 million smartphone users worldwide have already discovered how to block ads on an android smartphone. Are you ready to join them and block ads on your android smartphone?
In the UK most of us replace our android smartphone every couple of years. This means that there are a lot of old smartphones cluttering up drawers and cupboards. It is estimated that there are smartphones worth around £13 billion sitting around unused in the UK. There are many companies offering cash for old smartphones but you could lose out when cashing in your old smartphone.
EE the UK’s biggest mobile operator has announced plans to deliver 4G to 95% of the UK by 2020.This is great news if you have a 4G smartphone. Currently EE supplies around 60% of the UK with 4G. This is more than any other mobile operator. EE aim to cover ‘not-spots’ and give more UK smartphone users 4G.
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.
An android smartphone is increasingly used for shopping online and will soon become even more useful to UK shopaholics. Google have confirmed that 'Android Pay' will be launched in the UK very soon enabling android smartphone users to use the android mobile payment platform which is similar to Apple Pay.
Smartphones with fingerprint scanners offer an extra level of security. Mobile devices secured with a fingerprint give smartphone owners a quick and easy way to unlock a smartphone . Fingerprint scanning is widely believed to offer greater protection against snoopers and make smartphones less desirable to thieves as the devices are useless unless the owner is present.
The latest offering of Lenovo stands out due to its camera, making it more of a camera phone rather than a smart phone. Lenovo Vibe Shot will release on 22nd of May, 2015 in China with a global release scheduled in June. The 16MP camera is the main focus of this device. The primary camera is not the only feature that makes it a camera phone. Along with the 16MP camera, a tri-color LED is incorporated into the device, to click natural pictures even at night. Other features that add to the amazing picture clicking experience are infra-red autofocus, optical image stabilization along with an 8MP front camera.