HummingBad, the latest malware to attack Android, has infected 85 million devices to date, netting its creators a whopping $1 million every quarter. The malicious software was discovered back in February by security firm Check Point.
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Freedom 251, the cheapest smartphone on the market at INR 251 (as the name suggests) or approximately $4, begins shipping out 200,000 pieces on 30th June to customers in India.
Who said Android couldn’t be super secure? Sirin Labs believes it has created not only the most secure Android ever made, but also the most secure smartphone you can buy today. But for that peace of mind, it’s going to cost you just under $15,000.
CREO, a new smartphone brand, today launched its first smartphone in India: the Mark 1. The impressive handset packs in plenty of punch under its hood and its unique FuelOS that brings some novel new features to the table.
Everything you’ve heard about the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge really is true. For once the marketing speak and other reviews are all borne out. Oh, and don’t bother with the regular S7 unless you really, really need the slightly smaller form factor and unless the edge sensitivity (see below) really throws you. Samsung has done a fantastic job with the rounded screen and back – this 5.5”-screened phablet feels natural and secure in the hand, much smaller than its specs and nominal size would suggest.
Smartphone prices have been dwindling with every passing month, but a company — Ringing Bells — has taken things to a completely different level with its Freedom 251 smartphone that was unveiled in India today. The handset costs a mere Rs. 251 ($3.7$ roughly) and runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop, making it the cheapest Android phone to be ever launched.
Every month, Google typically releases its Android distribution numbers to show where the platform and its various versions stand.
Chinese company LeTV has made quite a name for itself in China with its ‘Superphone’ series of smartphone. The company manages to offer some high-end premium Android smartphones with top-notch hardware at absolutely killer price.
Remember the Panasonic Lumix CM1 with its gigantic 1-inch 20MP rear camera sensor? Well, for some reason Panasonic has now released a new variant of the smartphone dubbed DMC-CM10. The handset features almost the same design as its predecessor, except that the rear of the phone is now completely black.
The Nextbit Robin was one of the more talked-about devices of 2015, even if it was primarily a project backed on Kickstarter. But that’s changing in 2016.