ZTE has used CES 2017 to confirm the availability of a new handset that is firmly aimed at smartphone photography enthusiasts. With a dual camera set-up on the rear, the ZTE Blade V8 is able to capture additional depth information to produce bokeh effects on images.
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Powerful Android smartphones sold at affordable prices was one of the stories of 2014, as far as China’s mobile market was concerned. With the new year now upon us, French company ARCHOS is hoping to spread this low-cost phenomenon with the introduction of the ARCHOS 50 Diamond.
ASUS has given strong indications that the centrepiece of its CES 2015 trade show activity will be the launch of a new smartphone, with a focus on photography. The company has released a video containing Morse code and a tagline, seemingly designed to provide a couple of major hints about what it has in store.
HTC has given a strong hint that it intends to focus on mid-range smartphones at the CES 2015 trade show. The Taiwanese company posted an image on Chinese micro-blogging website Weibo, which carried the not-particularly-cryptic message ‘Always Desire more’.
Philips has become the first major television brand to get behind Android in a big way. In 2014, the company will release a range of TVs that will be in-part powered by Google’s operating system and also offer extensive access to the Play Store.
In the year of wearable technology, there has unsurprisingly been a vast array of health and fitness products on display at the 2014 International CES. One of the most intriguing examples of this trend is the Babolat Play Pure Drive – the world’s first connected tennis racquet.
There was understandable interest when a much-loved brand from the past announced the launch of three new Android tablets at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Polaroid tends to excite a certain mixture of affection and nostalgia in many technology enthusiasts, although with this particular announcement there is a need to read the small print.