Oppo’s N1 Mini is now available, and all the other news you’ve missed

Begin your day with a bang by recapping the hottest news of the week in the world of tech

It’s been all about smartphones and wearable technology this week, as what’s been evident on our feed. So if you need to spark your groggy mind to life, what better way to do so than review these in bite-sized pieces.   

Oppo’s N1 Mini is officially here

You blink and you’d miss it. That was the scale in which Oppo recently launched its N1 Mini smartphone. The Chinese electronics company quietly announced the availability on its Malaysia Facebook page and website, without coming out all guns blazing. But it’s one unit that you might consider purchasing after checking out its specs.

READ MORE: Oppo quietly outs its N1 Mini in Malaysia, coming to Singapore soon

Best Buy outs Motorola’s Moto 360 specs

Best Buy has confirmed the specs of the Moto 360 wearable smartwatch by accidentally leaking the details on its website. But they come as no surprise to us since Motorola has been teasing us with the product even though it was unveiled months ago, plus there’ve been so many rumours going around that anything it outs has already been anticipated.

READ MORE: Best Buy leaks Moto 360 specs with no surprises

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 might be one pricy unit

An Indonesian online shop, erafone, has given us a brief look into the price of the purported Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and it’s one that might disappoint. Apparently, the smartphone could cost IDR 9,499,000 (S$2571), making it one of the most expensive smartphones in the market, alongside the Samsung Galaxy S5.

READ MORE: The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could cost more than RM2500

Asus might have an Android wearable in the works

Asus has decided to join the bandwagon of Android Wear, or so it seems thanks to a teaser image from the company’s Twitter account. But what makes it even more interesting is that we’ll most likely see it very soon – the device will apparently be launched at IFA 2014 in Berlin next month. We’re keeping an eye out for it.

READ MORE: Asus Android Wear smartwatch likely at IFA next month

Is LG looking to soon unveil the G Watch 2?

So, the LG G Watch is only two months old, and the rumour mill has been spinning of its successor’s launch. What’s more, sources claim we can see the second-gen model at IFA next month. LG declined to comment on it, but that would be an unbelievable turnaround if the rumoured G Watch successor makes an appearance very soon.

READ MORE: LG reportedly planning G Watch 2 reveal for 1FA in September

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