You read that right. Vivo have joined the likes of Sony Xperia and Nokia to rock the revered ZEISS optics. We definitely did not see that coming. The device to rock ZEISS optics is the new Vivo X60 Series smartphones, specifically, the Vivo X60 Pro.
Nikon and Samsung had done it and so did Polaroid. We are talking about Android-powered cameras. And now, after two years since its first reveal, Zeiss is ready to join this less chartered imaging path.
Along with the rebooted 5310, HMD Global has, in lieu of the cancelled MWC 2020, revealed three new smartphones. Leading the trio is the brand’s first global 5G smartphone, Nokia 8.3 5G, the Nokia 5.3 and budget Nokia 1.3.
Sony just concluded its first-ever online-only phone reveal in lieu of the canceled MWC 2020 in Barcelona. It was a no nonsense, straight to the point reveal. Three devices were revealed by Mitsuya Kishida, President of Sony Mobile Communications, Inc.
It’s official. Smartphones of the future may be the very thing trypophobics would not want to look at. How so? Too many cameras on the rear, that’s how. Case-in-point: this bordering trypophobia device from HMD Global, Nokia 9 PureView smartphone with its five-camera array around the back. It won’t be long before smartphone makers just …
luxury watchmaker Hublot has been rather busy lately, not only it has introduced a barrage of luxury watches, it has also unveiled the Hublot Specs Sunglasses. yes. Hublot. Sunglasses. it certainly sounds a little detract from its watchmaking roots, but not if