July 30, 2015 by ...
1-OnePlus 2 Vs Moto X Style Gen Vs Xiaomi Mi 4: Specs Comparison
Motorola has just announced the new Moto X Style, which is its flagship offering for the year. At about the same time, the OnePlus 2 was also revealed by OnePlus. So how do these handsets stack up against the existing competition? We take a look at their hardware to pick the winner, although one must remember that hardware specifications are not always the only metric to judge the performance of a phone.
2-Yu YuFit review: Made to make you fit
OLED display panel
Real-time notification alerts
Low-range Bluetooth antenna
The Yu YuFit band is one of the most affordable solutions to provide fitness tracking results on the go. Moreover, the presence of an OLED display on the band, as well as HealthifyMe app integration make it an even better option against the Xiaomi Mi Band.
3-Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra speaks against copycat accusations, says “one more thing…” was a joke
Hugo Barra – Xiaomi VP of International – sat down for an interview with Bloomberg and, of course, the question of the company “copying” the iPhone came up. It’s not a new accusation – Xiaomi has often been called the “Apple of China”. The company started off with building MIUI – a custom ROM for Android, and one that is often called out for being “inspired by iOS”. Soon after, it begun production of its own brand of smartphones, which packed a lot of hardware punch for half the usual going price. Flash forward to 2014 when its flagship handset – the Mi 4 – suffered accusations that it has been taking design cues from Apple’s iPhone 5, and its MiPad tablet looked nothing short of an illegal baby between the iPad Mini’s design and the iPhone 5c’s colorful shells.
4-GoPro Inc Signals Big Plans For China, With New Brand Ambassador
In a bid to strengthen presence in Chinese markets, GoPro Inc. (NASDAQ:GPRO) has launched its Hero4 Session in the Mainland, and appointed local rock-climber Liu Yongbang as its country brand ambassador. As of today, Mr. Yongbang will handle GoPro’s account on China’s much-touted micro-blogging service Sina Wiebo, wherein he will post his never-before-seen adventures.