A phone accessories shop in Hong Kong has given customer some demo on what is called the strongest screen protector on earth. Hitting real hard on an iPad mini with a hammer and not cracking the screen made us want to discover more information on this super protective screen protector. It seems that the shock proof film is came from a Korean brand known as “ARK”. The used materiel is called polyethylene terephthalate which provides ultra shock absorption. The protective is so god damn strong that it even can survive through iron beads dropping test (one more video after the break). In the mean time, the film only supports the screen size of iPhone 5, new iPad, iPad mini, Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2, price ranging from HKD$148-$198 (USD$19-25.50). If you use this film on your smartphone or tablet, you properly won’t have to worry about any reasonable bump or drop.
Vivo X1, a smartphone that manufactured by a Chinese brand BBK. This is our first time introducing BBK (步步高), it’s one of the well-known consumer electronics brands in China, the company is famous for making DVD players. According to the sources, Vivo X1 will come with an incredibly thin body at just 6.55mm, which seeks to compete against OPPO Finder as the world’s thinnest smartphone. There are photos of the machines leaked on the internet, which showed its comparison with iPhone 5, Galaxy S3 and HTC One X. Check out more info after the break.
Dumping that Galaxy S3 for the iPhone 5 but wish you could still keep the sleek and sexy flip cover? It seems you can, with this iPhone 5 version of the flip cover.
It is no longer called the Meizu quad-core, Meizu announced its first quad-core Android phone as the “MX 4-core” in Hong Kong. The company partnered with a local carrier PCCW mobile and a local smartphone vendor to host this launching ceremony at W Hotel – a luxury hotel in Hong Kong. Lots of Hong Kong celebrities and sexy models arrived at the press, and they were invited to promote the quad-core speed and the voice function of Meizu MX. Check out the glorious launch with video and photos after the break.
Oh yeah, Samsung today announced in a press conference at Beijing that they will partner up with China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom to make its Galaxy S III available on all three Chinese carriers in China, and this is a move that could gain incremental sales for their Galaxy flagship smartphone at the world’s biggest mobile phone market with over 1 billion mobile subscribers. Wow.
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