The Apple iPhone 6 Plus is a huge phone, it houses a 5.5 inch display and it maybe the tallest phone to do so. Numerous reports have surfaced that claim that they have managed to bend the 5.5 inch phablet by keeping them in their pockets. With this issue becoming a rage online, a YouTube artist has put up a video demonstrating the same :
Indeed this is a shocker! Apple being a “research and development” and “user experience” focused company cannot afford to less this pass through. As you can see in the video above, the iPhone 6 Plus does indeed appear to bend easily. The person in the video also observed before the test that his device already displayed slight indentation. The weak spot appears to be on its left side, right below the volume buttons. With this and the camera hump being a total bummer, it is wise of anyone getting a 6 Plus to put a case on. Check out our range of protection equipment for the iPhone 6 Plus – Military grade protection!
HTC refused to comment on the matter but Google said, “Android is a vibrant ecosystem, and many of the industry players are doing very well. There’s room for many partners to do well and to innovate with Android.” Google has been switching between brands so that manufacturers dont get monopoly.
There is also a motorola smartphone lined up for release later this year. Android fans, things just got interesting!
Google is on the verge of making the Android L version public next month. Back in the day when the Developer preview was announced, Google just announced support for Nexus 5 and 7, leaving Nexus 4 users in uncertainty.
Although this must not be taken as a confirmation, a couple of Google employees were spotted running a build of Android L on the Nexus 4. Again, this does not really confirm that the phone will get the final version, seeing how some people based their assumption that it won’t get simply on the unavailability of the developer preview, it does show that the phone is capable of running the OS.
Frankly, it should, with the $100 Android One devices also nominating for the L flavor, the Nexus 4 should definitely.
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Android L is undoubtedly going to be released by Google before the end of this year, and as more time passes you might be inclined to ask yourself when or if your particular device will get updated.
This might be purely out of realizing how competition and their audience feels about updates, last year Samsung turned out to be lagging the most while bringing the Kitkat update. This time around after Motorola announced that they would be bringing the L flavour within 90 days, OEMs are definitely headed in the right direction.
Samsung may be working towards having updates ready sooner than usual. December it is for you folks, we’ll keep you updated!
It’s safe to say that after 2 long years we still have the same Nexus hardware and form factors when it comes to tablets. There is a HTC manufactured Nexus 9 lurking behind the scenes which Google may release Mid-October. The upcoming Nexus 9 is expected to feature a 9-inch high-resolution display, and that size alone is novel for Google, but the real highlight might come in the form of the Nvidia Tegra K1 system chip that is said to power the device. Nvidia pulled out a clever campaign, marketing the Tegra K1 as a ‘192-core’ chip.
And but of course, the new Nexus may come with Android L.
Unlike AT&T, which opens pre-orders of the phone starting tomorrow, T-Mobile will do so on September 24 at 9AM PDT. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will hit store shelves on October 14 at AT&T and October 17 anywhere else in the US.
Talking about prices, T-Mobile will offer the Note 4 for $31.24/month with a 2-year contract. Interestingly, AT&T has revealed its no contract pricing of the Galaxy Note 4. The SIM-free version would cost you $825.99.
The Desire 510 was unveiled by HTC back in August, and it sports Qualcomm’s first 64-bit chipset to make it to an actual handset. It’s still decidedly a mid-range affair though. The Desire 510 hits Sprint this Friday for the quite affordable sticker price of just under $200. For that, you get a phone with the aforementioned Snapdragon 410, a 4.7-inch FWVGA display and support for Sprint’s Spark LTE.
It uses the Qualcomms first 64-bit computing chip – the Snapdragon 410. The Desire 510 will also be running on Android KitKat 4.4.2.
Pre-orders for the new Moto X go live tomorrow. The unlocked version which is known as the “Pure” edition goes on retail for $449 but students with an active .edu email get an additional $50 discount.
This will cut the price of the 5.2″ 1080p smartphone with a Snapdragon 801 chipset and 13MP camera to $449, which is a very good deal. Motorola has also started selling its devices directly to the UK. Folks living in the UK can grab a Moto G 2nd Gen for £149 ($242).
The Moto X should also be available in the UK soon enough.
The last few weeks were full of new hardware to please the eyes of the consumer. If the likes of the Sharp Aquos Crystal and iPhone 6 were not enough for design goodness, then the Oppo N3 is coming to blow your minds.
Images of the N3 were featured on GSMArena which they claim are from an anonymous tipster that they have reasons to trust. Oppo retains its trademark feature – the rotating camera. Apart from that what we are looking at is a slab of metal from which the phone is crafted.
The Oppo N3 is also virtually bezel-less on the sides. There shall also be a dual-LED flash to help you take better night photos- even selfies. There is no mention of any other specification known.