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Category archives: Device Landscape

ZTE Sprint LivePro

ZTE Sprint LivePro overview

Every so often a new device is released that attempts to marry seemingly disparate elements and make them work in a new, original form. In case of ZTE Sprint LivePro these elements include an Android tablet, a mobile hotspot, a projector, and a power bank. Here’s one of the most original mobile devices ever made, and, at the same time, our device of the month.

Most popular smartphone companies

Most popular smartphone companies 2015

Mobile web traffic is becoming an increasingly common way to determine the most popular smartphone companies across the world. Smartphones are increasingly overtaking desktops in terms of web browsing with latest figures according to KPCB stating that 51% of media time is now spent on mobile devices.

USB-C in smartphones and other upcoming features

Here at DeviceAtlas we follow all the latest smartphone news so that we can update our immense device database. We pay particular attention to new smartphone features and characteristics that may change the way we use mobile devices. Here is a quick round-up of some of the new features that may improve our devices in the near future.

Google Brillo and Weave

5 Ways Google Brillo Can Change The Device Landscape

Announced at Google I/O on 28 April, Brillo and Weave will become the basis for the new Internet of Things platform. Brillo is basically a lightweight, stripped down version of Android, while Weave provides a protocol for devices to communicate.

Which types of devices have browsers?

While ‘connected’ devices used to be mainly PCs, today this category is much more diverse and runs the gamut from mobile phones, to tablets and desktops.

What we discovered at Mobile World Congress 2015

Attending industry shows like Mobile World Congress is a great way to follow the latest trends in the mobile technology world. This kind of insight helps us work on the quality of DeviceAtlas device detection and intelligence. Have a look at what we discovered at Mobile World Congress 2015 held last week in Barcelona.

Devices released at Mobile World Congress 2015

New flagship smartphones exhibited at MWC 2015

As Mobile World Congress 2015 comes to an end later today, here's a quick wrap-up of some of the more interesting devices we've seen in Barcelona. DeviceAtlas can detect all of them now even though these smartphones haven't been made available yet. Let's take a closer look at the latest arrivals in the smartphone world.

Large-screen iPhones see Apple's Q1 2015 revenue skyrocket

Apple sold a record-breaking 74.5 million iPhones during Q1 2015, according to its recently published financial report. The company's net profit hit a whopping $18 billion.

Samsung launches a Tizen-based smartphone in India

Samsung has launched the first Tizen-based smartphone dubbed Z1. The new arrival is a budget unit available exclusively in India for approximately $90. Given Samsung’s huge success in the Android field, the launch of the new smartphone OS might seem a somewhat surprising move for the Korean company.

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