Logitech announces Logitech Zone Wireless and Logitech Zone Wireless Plus Bluetooth headsets targeting open office environments. These headsets feature active noise cancellation that reduces unwanted ambient sound. Zone Wireless Plus headset can be connected with up to six Logitech unifying wireless peripherals through a single USB Unifying + Audio receiver.
ZTE led the resurgence of folding smartphones with the ZTE Axon M, but in the end, the device will be remembered as being released too early, featuring a dual-pane design rather than a proper flexible folding screen. Now ZTE has applied for a design patent at the Chinese CNIPA for
Samsung’s either about to upend the smartphone industry with a new type of device with foldables or launch a short-lived fad, and it’ll cost you an arm and a leg to find out what category the Samsung Galaxy Flex falls into. Gizmodo reports that the handset will set you back about
LG smartphon has been in the race with Samsung to launch the first foldable smartphone and while Samsung has shown their hand, LG still is working on their smartphone. However, LG might not be far behind as the company recently filed for trademarks of possible foldable smartphones. LG has filed
Samsung has provided a new piece of information regarding its upcoming Bixby overhaul at its November 20 Bixby Developer Day, in Seoul, Korea. According to The Investor, Boxby will make its first appearance with the company’s first foldable smartphone – the Galaxy F. The statements were made by Samsung AI
Google has recently announced that it is adding native support for Foldables devices in Android in preparation for upcoming device from Samsung. Google is specifically making three new changes to support this new range of devices. Screen continuity: In a foldable device, apps need to be transitioned from one screen
Foldable devices are the new tech hardware trend, with anticipation for what the potential they could have been built up among techies. Samsung this week just announced its own take on foldables, and Microsoft has been rumoured to be working on its own foldable device with project Andromeda, and while we haven’t
Samsung is expected to unveil their new foldable handset today. If they do they will be the second of what is set to become an avalanche of Android handsets with extendable screens. Google is trying to get ahead of this wave by helping OEMs support the form factor. Speaking at
A lesser-known company Rouyu Technology has beaten all the major manufacturers by launching its foldable smartphone. But, it seems that it was an attempt to be the first in the race and not focusing on the product. Dubbed as the FlexPai, according to ITHome, comes with a 7.8-inch screen and
Samsung has been working hard on launching a foldable device and has talked about it on several occasions. It looks like the company might have planned a little more than just a foldable device. According to a new report from Bloomberg, Samsung is planning to launch a foldable phone with 5G
American case manufacturer OtterBox has filed for a patent foldable smartphone cases. The patent showcases different smartphone cases for the upcoming foldable devices. For those who don’t know, OtterBox is a popular American case manufacturer that makes cases for renowned manufacturers such as Apple, Google, HTC, LG, Motorola, Nokia, OnePlus and Samsung.
It looks like Samsung is obsessed with foldable displays as the new leak reveals that the Korean giant might be working on a foldable laptop. We have already seen the company confirm on multiple occasions that they’re working on a foldable smartphone which will be launched soon. Now a new statement
Huawei CEO Richard Yu has confirmed that the company has a 5G foldable smartphone in works. At the Mate 20 Pro launch event, Yu said: “We are working on foldable phones. Foldable phones with 5G,” reported Digital Trends. The company has been previously reported to be working on a 5G
Recently we reported that Samsung is almost close to launching a foldable smartphone. The news came directly from the CEO of Samsung, DJ Koh who confirmed details about the Samsung’s foldable device during an interview with CNet. Following this, a new patent has been discovered on USPTO which confirms Koh’s claims
Foldable phones have been a popular fantasy among smartphone companies and we have seen plenty of concept phones and patents from the companies in the past. Companies like Samsung have showcased foldable displays on various occasions. It looks like Lenovo is also planning to launch a foldable smartphone soon. In
Samsung has been working on a foldable phone for years, and it may just be on the cusp of releasing it. According to a new report, the Samsung Galaxy F might be due to release with neither Gorilla Glass nor any form of reinforced glass equipped including the cheaper dragon trail.