Thursday, June 16, 2016

Roundup: Motorola Moto Z, Homtom HT17, Xiaomi Redmi Note 2, Meizu M3, BlackView R7, and More

For the past few days of blogging, I spotted ten lines of Android smartphones which are now on my list of 5-inch and 5.5-inch models. Motorola is not too late to introduce their very own Moto Z-series following to the appearances of Asus ZenFone 3 and Lenovo Phab 2. Both of their two different handsets are equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB or 64GB of storage.

Let me start in Moto Z, the base model of the said new line of 5.5-inch handsets from Motorola. It is equipped with 13-megapixel of main camera which is the only distinctive spec if compared to Moto Z Force. These models are also treated with the same quad-core chip from Qualcomm and memory sizes.

Next to Motorola Moto Z-series, is another 5.5-inch Homtom HT17 which is equipped with MediaTek's MT6737 chip just like of other Chinese brands. That is followed by a 5-inch Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 which is treated with MediaTek's Helio X10 chip and Xiaomi Mi5 Pro with the same processing platform to Motorola Z-series.

Aside from those brands, the international version of Meizu M3 Note is joining my list of other dual-SIM enabled handsets along with the new BlackView R7 powered by MediaTek's Helio P10 chip. And next to this two different 5-inch handsets, the small brother of Cubot Note S, the Cubot Rainbow is also joining my newly added models.

And here comes the LeEco Le 2 as another line of elegant and good-looking 5.5-inch Android 6.0 smartphone along with OnePlus 3 with the same chip to Motorola Moto Z-series.

Furthermore, I started to cover solid-state drive (SSD) storage from Samsung, the SATA 3 750 Evo. My fist attempt to share something about the newest line of storage technology aside from news and updates related to different kinds of mobile phones. And that includes the elegant Rock Dr.V protective gear for Samsung Galaxy S7.

For recent updates related to the most awaited iPhone 7, Apple will be giving an API for developers of iOS 10 platform. A privilege given to anyone who would like to enhance the capability of Siri, the first-of-its-kind virtual assistant in Apple devices. And prior to that, the upcoming new line of iOS handsets are also expected to employ chips from Intel and Qualcomm.

In addition, aside from ultra-portable devices, Apple has a plan to sell renewable energy from their newly acquired power plants in Cupertino and Nevada.

Among of those new entries is the 10000mAh universal power bank from Pineng, the PN-963. From here, join me as I continue my quest for another wave of entries!



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