This year’s IFA 2015 GPC is over and the key message is that Android is spawning an era of new smarter electronics from projectors to TVs and white goods.
Android 4.2 has been announced for quite a while now, but it’s yet to be available, at least officially, on the smartphones and tablets that are already running Android 4.1.x.
We don’t exactly know what has made Haier want to get into the smartphone/tablet game right now, but we’re rather glad they did. Although their gadgets won’t challenge the likes of the Galaxy S3 or Nexus 7 anytime soon, they have more than decent spec sheets, and, provided they’ll come at the right prices, they could draw some attention.
Alibaba and Haier might not say much to the mainstream Western technology user, but the Chinese smartphone lovers (on a budget) should definitely remember the two companies’ names. The... two companies are planning to release a jointly-developed Android phone named Zing, which will hit China in a matter of days, at a very affordable price.
E-commerce giant Alibaba and multinatio...