Following HTC's official announcement of Vive XR Suite in June, today it is finally available to all. Subscription starts at $30 per seat per month, or $250 per seat per year.
LG's Wing 5G is a weird smartphone with a swivel screen, but it turns out to be surprisingly practical device -- more so than foldable phones.
The latest ROG phone is a gaming phone with tons of upgrades. And it'll still work with any peripherals that game with the ROG Phone 2.
Ever since Vivo started preaching the virtues of its micro gimbal camera on its APEX 2020 concept phone, I had been keen to try it out myself. In a nutshell, this is OIS (optical image stabilization) on steroids, with the X- and Y-axis tilt angles being three times that of traditional OIS, which should in turn produce stabler videos and sharper photos. Today, Vivo is finally offering this unique feature to international markets by way of the mid-range X50 Pro, and I’ve been able to put its micro gimbal camera up against Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S20 Ultra, which uses both electronic and optical stabilization for video capture on its main camera.
Oppo claims that its upcoming 65W AirVOOC is able to reduce the wireless charging time from the previous 56 minutes to just 30.
HTC stuck to its promise and unveiled its first 5G phone, the U20, at its Taipei event. On top of that, HTC also pushed out its slightly more affordable Desire 20 Pro with 4G connectivity.
Today’s announcement is all about Vive XR Suite, which is an upcoming subscription package consisting of five VR applications that cater to various work and social needs. More importantly, these apps can also be viewed on a PC monitor and even a modern smartphone.