News tagged ‘android’
Friday, 21 Dec 2012
Will ASUS be releasing an even cheaper version of its already budget-friendly device, the Nexus 7? It might seem so, according to a couple of leaked photos on the Internet. Some sources have found photos taken with an alleged USD99 ASUS device (model number: ME172V) on Picasa with EXIF data proving so.
Instagram's co-founder, Kevin Systrom, has just done a 360-degree turnabout, stating that they will be reverting "this advertising section to the original version that has been in effect since we launched the service in October 2010" after massive outcry over the recent changes.
According to leaks over at Photo Rumors, Polaroid is going to announce the world’s first Android-based, mirrorless interchangeable lens camera.
Wednesday, 19 Dec 2012
First unveiled in China at the end of October, the Huawei Ascend D2 sets to impress with a 5-inch screen (1080p), Huawei's own quad-core 1.5GHz processor, a 13-megapixel camera and a huge 3000mAh battery at CES 2013.
Tuesday, 18 Dec 2012
More specs and photos of the upcoming Sony Xperia Yuga has made its way on the Internet.
According to Taiwan Economic News, the online retail giant has allegedly contracted Foxconn to built its Kindle smartphone and will have therm ready for a mid-2013 launch.
Friday, 14 Dec 2012
Somewhat likened to "the Instagram for video capturing", Viddy, now available on Android, allows users to apply 10 different filters as well as add songs to their 15-sec recorded clips before sharing them with other Viddy users as well as on different social networks.
As listed on CES 2013 official website, ZTE will be unveiling its 5-inch full HD display flagship option, the ZTE Grand S, on January 8th at the major consumer electronics trade show.
Dell has announced that it will quit the smartphone business and that it will focus its mobile efforts instead on tablets running Windows 8 and Windows RT.
It's been only a couple of weeks since the alleged Sony Xpera 'Odin' emerged on the web and there are already new leaks and rumors about another 5-inch Xperia 'phablet', the Xperia 'Yuga'. These devices have not been officially revealed by the company and by the looks of it, they might just very well be the same product due to the alarming similarities that they share.