Lenovo, a top PC manufacturer, will launch its latest premium smartphone Lenovo Vibe X in the UAE next week.
The Lenovo Vibe X smartphone comes encased with a premium polycarbonate body and an advanced mold, laser-engraved 3D tact
EMS, a UAE-based smartphone company, is set to launch its new range of ‘be’ smartphones with five different models.
The products are based on the Android platform and will be available from December 10 at all leading e
Porsche Design and BlackBerry today announced the launch of new, all-touch Porsche Design P’9982 Smartphone from BlackBerry.
Uniquely designed and expertly crafted, the P’9982 is exquisitely fashioned from high-quality
Huawei, a leading ICT solutions provider, has outperformed competitors in the smartphone market to become the world’s third largest brand, said a new research.
In the Middle East, Huawei has made significant strides over the
Worldwide smartphone sales to end users reached 250.2 million units in the third quarter of this year, up 45.8 percent from the third quarter of 2012, and smartphones sales accounted for 55 percent of overall mobile phone sales during the period
Nokia recently launched the latest additions to its Lumia smartphone range – the Nokia Lumia 1020 and the Nokia Lumia 925 – at a press conference in Amman.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 produces some of the sharpest images poss
Seventy-eight per cent of UAE residents own a smartphone compared to the global average of 42 per cent, a report said, adding that nearly 40 per cent of consumers in the Emirates either own, or are looking to own, a tablet.
UAE telecom operator du has launched the new HTC One max 4G LTE as part of its Smartphone Festival.
The supersized smartphone is available at du Shops around the country, with value-added benefits such as discounts and exclusive d
John Chen, the man charged with breathing life into struggling BlackBerry, says he has no intention of killing the money-losing BlackBerry handset as he looks to turn around the smartphone maker.
"I know we have enough ingred
BlackBerry is abandoning a plan to sell itself and instead will replace its chief executive officer and raise about $1 billion from institutional investors, including its largest shareholder, the smartphone maker said on Monday.