CES 2018 didn’t entail many smartphone announcements, but Sony did introduce three Xperia phones at the trade show in Las Vegas. They are the Xperia XA2, Xperia XA2 Ultra, and Xperia L2. Each varies on the account of specifications from low-end with the Xperia L2, to upper mid-range with the Xperia XA2 Ultra.
This week, we reported over a dozen stories on news out of CES 2018, an annual conference that took place in Las Vegas, Nevada. Companies gather from around the world to show their latest projects and innovations, and this year was no exception. Companies we report on often here on Droid Turf made some important announcements this week during press conferences of their own. They include, but are not limited to: Samsung, LG, Huawei, Sony, and Google.
CES is an annual trade show that is typically held near the start of the calendar year. It’s where tech companies based all over the world gather under one roof to showcase their latest products, developments and projects. For several years now, the CES conference has been held in Las Vegas, Nevada. This is the only event of the big trio (CES, MWC, IFA) held in the United States each year.
One Chinese manufacturer just failed to make a deal with a US carrier, but a second might have better luck. According to a trusted source who spoke with OnePlus CEO, OnePlus will look to approach US carriers this year to sell as smartphone in the US.
Vivo brought something very special to CES 2018 that was somewhat overlooked by other announcements. The company displayed a smartphone of its own with a beneath display fingerprint reader, the first for any smartphone.
Motorola, owned by Lenovo, introduced two new Moto Mods for the Moto Z family this week during CES 2017.
Earlier in the week at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Google announced Smart Displays. Smart Displays are Google Assistant speakers made by third-parties that have a built-in display. Announcing the first batch on the show floor were Lenovo, LG and JBL. Here’s a roundup of what’s coming and the details.
Last week, we reported here that Huawei worked with AT&T for it to be the first US carrier to ever carry a Huawei smartphone in the US, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro. However, at CES 2018, we learned unfortunate news that the deal was apparently called off. We are yet to obtain info as to why the proposed deal crumbled, but we do know that Huawei will continue its expansion efforts with hope to stay in front of Apple in [Read More]