Worldwide Android News 08/01/16 - Motorola, Letv And More

TP-LINK Announces Neffos 4G Smartphones

TP-LINK is a China-based smartphone OEM which has announced Neffos C5L, C5 and C5 Max smartphones quite recently. The Neffos C5L sports a 4.5-inch FWVGA display, 1GB of RAM and is fueled by the Snapdragon 210. The Neffos C5 offers a somewhat better spec sheet with a 5-inch 720p display, 2GB of RAM and the MT6735 processor. And last, but not least, the NEffos C5 Max. Thi sis the best specced Neffos handset, it sports a 5.5-inch fullHD display, 2GB of RAM and is fueled by the MT6753 SoC. All of these devices run Android 5.1 Lollipop, and are set to launch in Q1 this year.

Letv Showcased Their VR Headset In India, Launching Soon

Letv has had plenty to say during CES this week. This China-based company has introduced the first Snapdragon 820-powreed device, and has also showcased their new VR headset in India. The Letv Le 3D Helmet sports a 5.5-inch QHD LCD display with a 70-degree field of view, and it comes with a Type-C USB port, while it will connect with your smartphone via MHL signal input. This device is expected to launch in India soon.

KT Stops Selling Redmi Note 3 In South Korea

KT is Korea's second largest mobile carrier, and this company has stopped selling Redmi Note 3 in the country, only two days after the sales kicked off. The sources say that this happened due to 'legal matters related to sales', whatever that means. KT is actually the first Korea-based carrier to sell one of Xiaomi's handsets, we're still not sure what happened here, but KT will hopefully offer an explanation soon.

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Rolling Out To Moto G (3rd-Gen) In India

Motorola's Moto G (3rd-gen) is considered to be one of the best budget devices available at the moment. Well, this handset has started receiving Android Marshmallow update in India, it has been confirmed by the company. The model of the device receiving the update is XT1550, and in case you own this handset you should get the update soon, if you haven't already. You can check manually if you want by opening Settings, scrolling down to 'About Phone' and hitting 'System Update'.

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