Smartisan released a new smartphone named Nut Pro yesterday at an event in Shenzhen, China. The mid-range phone uses Dirac Power Sound technology to optimize its speaker system. Powered by a Snapdragon 625/Snapdragon 626 processor, the device has a metal and glass body with 5.5 inch display. It comes in three storage versions - 32GB, 64GB and 128GB with 4GB RAM. The Smartisan Nut Pro 32GB carries a price tag of 1499 Yuan ($217) while the 64GB version is priced at 1799 Yuan ($260) and finally the highest 128GB model cost is 2299 Yuan ($333). Learn more
Xiaomi unveiled its newest flagship smartphone — the Mi 6 — today at an event in Beijing. The Mi 6 uses Dirac technologies for earphone and speaker optimizations. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 835 10nm processor with a 64-bit, octa-core CPU with a whopping 3350 mAh battery. Other notable features include a 12-megapixel dual rear camera, improved 2.2 dual Wi-Fi technology, and new screen options.
The Mi 6 starts at 2499 yuan (about $360) for a model with 64GB of storage, and a 128GB model will cost 2899 yuan ($420). A Mi 6 variant with a ceramic back panel and 128GB of storage will sell for 2999 yuan ($435). Lean more.
Featuring a 16MP dual selfie camera, the “Selfie Expert” OPPO F3 Plus was simultaneously launched today in five key markets - India, Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines and Vietnam. The pricing and availability of the smartphone will differ depending on region.
The OPPO F3 Plus uses Dirac HD Sound to optimize the listening experiences from the earphones shipped along with the smartphone. Dirac Power Sound is used to improve the audio performance of the device’s loudspeaker system. The F3 Plus is equipped with a 6 inch Full HD display, octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. Learn more.
Dirac HD Sound is featured in the all-new Vinci 1.5 Lite and Vinci 1.5 Pro headphones launched on February 27, 2017 in Beijing. Starting at 99 Dollars, Vinci’s smart headphones have up to 32 GB of internal storage, 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1 connections, a fitness tracker & heart rate monitor, wireless charging and active noise cancelling. Vinci on Indiegogo
On February 28 in Beijing Xiaomi announced the Mi 5C – a smartphone powered by the company’s first in-house processor the Surge S1. With Dirac speaker optimization solution integrated in the Surge S1, Mi 5C takes the mobile listening experience to a higher level.
The Mi 5C will cost 1,500 yuan, which converts to around $220, when it launches on March 3 in China. Learn more