A little over a year ago, Xiaomi launched a dirt cheap fitness tracker, the Mi Band and it has managed to boom past over 6 million worldwide shipments. It’s that time of the year again, when Xiaomi is expected to deliver a worthy successor to its no-nonsense fitness tracker. Meanwhile, we’ve jotted a few things to expect from the Xiaomi Mi Band 2 and how it can succeed like it’s predecessor.
I’ve been using an iPhone for the last four years. Thoughts of switching to Android have kept coming off and on, but I decided against it. This is mainly because I had made the switch twice in the past and went back to the iPhone soon enough. But Android has vastly improved especially with the Lollipop update.
Quad HD display? Check. 3GB RAM? Check. Snapdragon 810 processor? Check. 16 Megapixel camera? Check. Today most flagship phones boast of the latest specs that they could put in a phone. The next year they will up this further. 4GB RAM will become the norm, and Snapdragon 820 will replace the Snapdragon 810.
But recognition is due for some manufacturers that dare to experiment with something really different in their smartphones. Here are 5 phones that are doing much more than just evolutionary spec upgrades and are pushing the boundaries of innovation.
If you are reading this on a computer, there is a fifty percent chance you’re using Chrome to read it on. Google’s browser has many nifty extensions available to download from the Web Store. These extensions basically add functionality via services and websites that help you get stuff done faster and easier.
The Galaxy S5 didn’t exactly bring the laurels expected from the Galaxy series. So Samsung decided to go back to the basics and decided to fix it. The Galaxy S6 sandwiches a powerful phone between two glass sheets. While it has been receiving positive acclaim from all around the globe, it’s no secret that Samsung sacrificed a lot of features to make a great phone — Features that used to set Samsung apart from competitors.