Cloud storage is the future because all physical mediums of storage are subject to corruption and failure over the course of time. In recognition of this fact, a number of companies have started offering cloud storage services for storing photos, videos, documents and other file formats for a price. Yogile is the latest addition to that list of cloud storage services, but it claims to offer more for less through simplicity of the interface and fair pricing.
No Need to Sacrifice on Quality
Some cloud services compress the photos to make them smaller and that translates to a significant loss in picture quality and details. Even if the photos are decompressed by the service when the client downloads it again, some details might still be lost permanently. Yogile simply eliminates the chance of that ever happening by storing every photo in its original resolution and size.
Easy and Secured Sharing
Yogile allows direct sharing of the photos and albums from the easy to use interface itself. This means that you and all the other family members will be able to add to the albums simultaneously from any device by emailing the photos to the specific email address assigned to each album. If you want to keep a particular album secret or private, nobody will see the album except you and password protection is always an option for restricting access to just the adults in the family as well.
Photo Editing Options
Although it isn't the most groundbreaking feature of Yogile, it's nice to know that the user can do basic editing right from the app itself. It even has a number of decent filters for users to experiment with.
Accessible Across All Major Platforms
You will be able to access features of the Yogile photo storage service from Android, iOS and Windows devices, without sacrificing on any of its features.
Developed by Monon B.V., Yogile offers a simple but effective cloud storage service for photos at an affordable rate of only $44.99/month, which comes to less than even $4/month. If you are looking for a dedicated and secure cloud storage option for all your photos, there's no reason to not recommend the Yogile app, especially because of the competitive pricing.
Google has just published the official schedule for the upcoming Google's I/O 2015, taking a closer look at the conference's schedule and sessions, it looks like Android "M" will make an appearance at this year's conference. There's a direct mention under the "Android for Work" session which is scheduled for 2:30 PM PST on the 28th (Screenshot above).
Also the "What's New in Android" session which is scheduled for 1:00 PM also tip-off that Google is getting ready to unveil something NEW related to Android OS. Last year's Google I/O (2014), the company showed us the Lollipop preview (Android "L"). Android "M" is rumored to be named as "Muffin".
WELL Google is fast, what makes this even more official... The "Android for Work session" has already disappeared from the conference schedule, Let's wait and see!
Here we go, the first rumored alleged photos of the Samsung Galaxy S6 is spreading around the internet. The Photos shows a device similar in the design to the Galaxy ALPHA with a metal frame and Glass front. The Galaxy S6 is set to be released during the End of Q1,2015 and we already got its leaked Specifications sheet.
The source of this photo is not reliable and its highly considered to be a Fake, but we showed you it because the S6 may end up looking very close ot the Galaxy Alpha. Like Every year, This is only the start of the rumors-wave until Samsung reveal the device on the CES early next year.
On Match,1st Samsung will be officially revealing it's new flagships (Galaxy S6 - Galaxy S6 Edge) at the MWC 2015 in Barcelona. Today, T-Mobile US sign-up page just revealed a photo (above) of the Galaxy S6 Edge with a curved side display with a title "It's almost Here".
The clearly visible metal body and curved display suggest that we are looking at the Edge variant of the Korean giant's next flagship. A number of leaks have already suggested that Samsung will reveal two versions of the Galaxy S6.
Stay Tuned on YouMobile and to find out everything about these upcoming smartphones.
Too many rumors and too many leaks. Now, AT&T is getting into the act by showing the same an image of the upcoming curved-body flagship "Galaxy S6 Edge". The only difference is the color scheme used on each teaser.
The same "Six Appeal" line is at top which pretty much confirms that Samsung is the source of the Galaxy S6 image used by both mobile operators. Besides the wrap-around glass that will cover each side of the phone, we can also see a power button that appears to have been moved toward the back of the handset. The home button near the bottom of the phone is also visible.
The Galaxy S6 will be formally introduced on March 1st at MWC 2015 in Barcelona. That is next Sunday.
It is finally here, the First Official Press render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ has been leaked online.
The photo shows a The Galaxy Note 5 with its new stylus, similar shape and design of the S6 but wider. The image also shows the new official wallpaper of the TouchWiz on the latest Android 5.1.1 build that will be pre-installed on the Note 5 devices.
The Galaxy S6 edge+ photo render doesn't show anything new it terms of design, except a thinner bezels in the sides, but we can expect a boost in the device's hardware specs. Both device is expected to launch on Samsung's upcoming Unpacked event on August,13th. Stay tuned!
Yes, Planet Earth Now Has its own Flag. Pledging allegiance to the international flag of our planet could become a worldwide practice with this exciting design of a flag for Earth.
A new project by Oskar Pernefeldt, a graduate-to-be from Beckmans College of Design in Stockholm, Sweden, sees a new flag for the entire planet emblazoned in scenes around the world and beyond.
The minimalist design of the flag shows seven rings intertwining on a deep-sea-blue background, forming a flower in the flag's middle. Simple but contemporary, the flag evokes the natural beauty of the Earth.
"The blue field represents water which is essential for life also as the oceans cover most of our planet's surface, The flower's outer rings form a circle which could be seen as a symbol of Earth as a planet and the blue surface could represent the Universe." - describes Pernefeldt on his website.
If you can't imagine such a flag in use, Pernefeldt's got you covered. In stunning scenarios envisioned by Pernefeldt, the flag could be part of an astronaut's space suit, displayed proudly outside homes and waved at sporting events.
Details regarding the upcoming Nexus 9 tablet from HTC known as Flounder/Volantis have leaked again. The latest one concerns the tablet's smart cover, which will have some neat tricks up its sleeve.
The information is retrieved by AndroidPolice and has a lot of credibility to it. The Magic Cover, as it's rumored to be called, sports a Bluetooth keyboard and will be available in leather and TPU material options.
The case sports magnets which help it fold up into a triangle and support the tablet. The Nexus 9 itself will sit on top of the keyboard when its not in use. Another cool feature is that thanks to the magnets, the screen will automatically wake up.
HTC's upcoming Nexus 9 tablet for Google has leaked again in pictures. This time courtesy @upleaks, the latest image shows the back of the tablet.
Contrary to some of the rumors, the T1 does not have a metal body but instead the same matte black plastic back with a circular raised camera lens in the top left corner, which looks very similar to the design of the Nexus 7 and the Nexus 5. Even the big Nexus logo is similarly placed sideways in the middle.
We can't wait to see what HTC will do with the Lollipop Material Design UI. We've just received a TIP from one of our readers with a screenshot alleged to be from an Android 5.0 Lollipop (preview) build with HTC Sense 7 UI. The screenshot appears to be taken from an HTC One M8.
The screenshot is from the system settings Battery Usage. As you can see HTC Sense 7 UI has a full accent color that covers the upper Notification bar (Dark Green) along with the same color as a background of the software Keys. In Sense 6, the software Keys was always black. HTC Lollipop update schudle already Here.
UPDATE!: More Sense 7 Screenshots is Here
Thanks for the Tip Anon!
After releasing the flagship device HTC One M9, the Taiwanese company is preapring to relase its mid-ranger brother, HTC One E9, as revealed by a leaked entry in Chinese regulatory authority TENAA.
Interestingly enough, the One E9 differs more extensively from the One M9 than the former generation did. Most notably, the screen size has been increased to 5.5-inches and resolution has gotten a bump to QHD, as opposed to the One M9's 5-inch FullHD screen.
The One E9 will pack a top-of-the-line Mediatek MT6795 chipset paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The main camera on the back will be a 20MP unit, behind a large circular lens. On the front you'll find either a 13MP conventional snapper or a 4MP UltraPixel model.
The body will measure 156.5 x 76.5 x 7.5mm and a 2800mAh battery will reside inside. The smartphone will offer dual SIM dual standby capability and will boot Lollipop with SenseUI 7.0 out of the box.
HTC is preparing to release a new High-end device, called HTC One A9 (codenamed Aero). A new live photo leaked in the wild of the HTC One A9 that shows the device size and the body-design.
The photo comes to confirm some of the One A9's specs for the umpteenth time, thanks to what can be seen on the phone's screen. We should thus expect it to sport Qualcomm's Snapdragon 617 SoC, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a 5-inch 1080p touchscreen, and a fingerprint scanner which can be seen below the display as part of that huge bottom bezel.
The One A9 may get official at an event next week, on September 29, or its unveiling could be scheduled for October according to one past rumor. If this pans out, then expect to see multi-city events happening in the US for this purpose, and the One A9 getting a big marketing budget afterwards.
Well, looks like HTC is not done yet... an alleged live photos of HTC One M9 Plus Proto-type device leaked online. The Photos shows an HTC device with a slightly different design, slightly bigger display, huge rear camera sensor cutout in circular as opposed to squarish in the original One M9 that already debuted.
HTC One M9 Plus might debut with two different chipsets - a MediaTek MT6795 model could cater to the Chinese market, while a Snapdragon 810 version will be sold elsewhere. The rest of the device's rumored specs include 5.2" QHD display, fingerprint scanner, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of expandable memory.
We should expect to see the M9 Plus anytime during Q2,2015.
Samsung Philippines tweeted a photo mocking Apple's latest iPhone 6 Plus. Apple's CEO Steve jobs said in the past on the matter of large smartphones "No one is ever going to buy a big phone," The quote from Jobs dates from July 2010 at an event related to antenna-gate (iPhone 4 release)... However, Apple's made a pretty big 5.5" Smartphone!
As you may recall Apple released the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus at 4.7" and 5.5", respectively, a display size for smartphones, which Samsung embraced long ago. Naturally, the comment on Samsung's side is snarky and goes "Guess who surprised themselves and changed their minds."
While at it, let's also remember another popular Apple ad regarding the perfect phone size, released back when the iPhone 5 became the company's flagship.
Details about a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2 series has been confirmed today. According to a recently published report, the 4G LTE enabled version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2 9.7 (SM-T815, SM-T817) has received both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certification. While this particular model carries a 9.7-inch screen, a version of the slate with a smaller 8-inch glass was imported into India last month by Samsung for testing. The company plans on destroying the tablet once it is done with it.
The details that have leaked thus far reveal that both the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2 8.0 and the Samsung Galaxy S 2 9.7 will be the slimmest tablets available with a thickness of just 5.4mm. Both tablets will feature a Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 and an aspect ratio of 4:3. The home grown Exynos 5433 CPU is expected to be under the hood with 3GB of RAM inside. Back and front-facing cameras weigh in at 8MP and 2.1MP respectively and a 3850mAh battery will keep both models running. Android 5.0.2 is pre-installed.
The Bluetooth certification for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2 9.7 shows that it will support Bluetooth 4.1. This particular document also reveals other variants of the tablet. Besides the SM-T815, there will be the SM-T815C, the SM-T817A and SM-T817V. The other versions of the slate could be for different regions, and for a Wi-Fi only version of the tablet. The SM-T715, SM-T715C, SM-T717A and SM-717V are the model numbers that will be used for the smaller 8-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2. The tablets will replace the currently offered Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5.
The first press renders of the upcoming long-rumored Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 has been leaked online. The images shows a two variants, one with 8-inch display and another one with 9.7-inch display tablets.
Both versions of the tablet will feature a screen with 4:3 ratio and a resolution with 2048 x 1536 pixels the same as the one found in the Apple iPad family. The 9.7" Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will debut with the model number SM-T810, while the 8" variant will carry the SM-T710 moniker. The tablet is rumored to be only 5.4mm thin.
Specs-wise, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is expected to pack the same 64-bit Exynos 7420 SoC as the Samsung Galaxy S6, coupled with 3GB. The chipset is among the most powerful solutions currently on the market, thus meaning that the slates won't lack hardware oomph.
We already posted the first Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Android 5.0.2 Lollipop firmware few days ago. The device is expected to be announced by next week.
You might know about "Burj Khalifa", a skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates which is currently considering the tallest man-made structure in the world, standing at 829.8 meter (2722 feet) tall.
Well, what you don't know that this enormous building, Burj Khalifa, was constructed by Samsung Engineering & Construction of South Korea.
Yes, One of Samsung's divisions built Burj Khalifa making it on Top list of the construction firms worldwide. However, there were some partners with Samsung on constructing the tower but the Korean giant made the main design and the engineering work (Photo below shows a Samsung's Engineer working on construction site at burj khalifa, Year 2010).
South Korean's Samsung Engineering & Construction made many other buildings and projects all around the world. You can check the source link below to know more about the Burj Khalifa project in company's official website.
SamsungTomorrow has just published an Infographic that shows the ideas and uses of "Samsung Level Link" which is a small Bluetooth fob that can wireless audio stream to anything from headphones to cars.
The idea is pretty simple a switch tells the Level Link if it's transmitting or receiving, then you just have to plug in the old-fashioned 3.5mm audio jack.
When acting as a receiver, it lets you stream audio from sources that lack Bluetooth functionality your favorite corded headset or your car's stereo. The transmitter functionality has potential too you can watch TV with headphones but without cables. Check the Infographic below.
Although renders by leaksters and case makers had given us a good idea about what to expect this year from the Galaxy S line-up, this is the first time that the internet has treated us to an actual live image of the upcoming Galaxy S8. Courtesy of VentureBeat, we have a live image which shows the S8 both from the back and the front. Let us now take a deeper look at what has been revealed about the S8 by the picture, provided that it is indeed the Galaxy S8 which we are seeing here.
We can see a single camera module with flash and the fingerprint scanner placed right beside it. Additionally, there appears to be a single speaker grill at the bottom and there's a chance that another speaker grill will be found on top of the phone. There's USB Type-C as expected and most delightfully, the 3.55mm audio jack can be seen as clear as the light of day. Earlier rumors had suggested that the S8 Plus may feature a dual camera module, so this could very well be the regular S8 that we are seeing here. True to what every rumor had been predicting, the phone has no physical Home button and sports a bezel-less curved display. To find out everything else about the Galaxy S8, check out our Samsung Galaxy S8 specifications here.
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Samsung may have kept the Galaxy S8 from being launched at the MWC 2017, but that isn't stopping the leaked renders and photos from coming in. Courtesy of a post on Weibo, we now have our second live picture of the upcoming smartphone and it shows exactly what everyone had been expecting; extremely thin bezels and no physical Home button. Delightfully, it also confirms that Samsung will indeed stick with the 3.5mm audio jack, as can be seen in the picture. Additionally, we can see the microphone, the USB Type-C port, two antennae lines and a speaker grille at the bottom.
Although we can only see a small portion of the phone and the curved display, one must admit that it looks amazing. If you are wondering if this is indeed the Galaxy S8 we are seeing here or just a fake image, we cannot confirm anything. That being said, this pretty much looks like the real deal and chances are quite high that this really is the S8 that has been captured in the image. To know more about the upcoming flagship from Samsung, check our spec sheet.
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Google has now confirmed that the new Pixel phones will be unveiled at a press event on October 4. What it means is that we do not have any official photos of the two upcoming flagships from Google yet, but unofficial leaks are there before time as usual. The white Pixel and Pixel XL phones that we see here show a metal unibody design at the bottom with the antenna panel, but glass plating takes precedence on top. As it is actually designed by HTC, one cannot help but be reminded of the HTC One A9 that we saw last year.
In case you are wondering, Pixel is the new name adopted by Google this year for their upcoming phones, ditching the Nexus tag for now at least. Also, if you have missed a few updates recently, the Pixel with a 5-inch display is codenamed Marlin and the Pixel XL with a 5.5-inch display is codenamed Sailfish. The two smartphones will probably be powered by the same SD 820 processor and 4GB RAM. Interestingly, the Pixels will also bring Android Nougat version 7.1 with them.
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Google continues on its selective shopping spree, having acquired Odysee, a photo and video back-up platform whose apps used to be available for iOS and Android.
Odysee was more than a simple back-up though, it would upload pictures and video files off your mobile device and feed them to your home computer. There were a number of private sharing features as well as an open API for developers to integrate their apps with the service.
Terms of the buy-out have not been announced. The most detail comes from Odysee's main site saying that the team will be joining Google+. What does that mean to how Google seamlessly backs up, and applies "auto-awesome" to our pictures? We do not know yet, exactly.
After changing Android's Design and Logo, Google is now changing its look and logo. Google's New Logo is flat with sharper angles and curves, you can already see the new "G" logo all over the company's official apps in the play store.
The new Google logo [picture below] is still a wordmark, but it's now using a sans-serif typeface, making it look a lot more modern and playful. The colors are also softer than they used to be. The logo bears a bit more resemblance to the logo of Google's new parent company, Alphabet, as well.
Alphabet's wordmark has a similarly unadorned look, and this update makes the two companies' design language fall more inline.
The World's most popular Mobile Operating Systems, Android. The whole thing started when Google acquired a tiny startup called Android Inc. in 2005. Originally, Android was made for digital cameras. Google paid $50 million and took Android to its HQ.
After whipping the OS into a market-ready shape for the HTC Dream (T-Mobile G1), which shipped in 2008 running Android 1.0, Google has been through 12 generations of the green bot already, each being nothing less than a milestone and mobile technology development driver.
Android's history makes for an engaging, but quite a lengthy read! The infographic stretches from Android's murky, Linux-derived 2008 beginnings all the way to the present greatness that is Android M. The most important additions in each versions, along with their representative flagship phones are highlighted and illustrated.
The Oppo N3 is going to be unveiled on October,29th. We expect that the manufacturer will introduce two separate models. One, made with stainless steel, is expected to be strong enough to keep the Oppo N3 in its original shape.
The other model will employ an aluminum-lithium alloy that is lightweight, but tough. The main feature of the phone is the 13MP swiveling camera that allows for 13MP front "selfies" to be shot.
The rest of the specs include a 5.9 inch screen with a resolution of 1080 x 1920. A quad-core Snapdragon 805 CPU is under the hood, and 3GB RAM is inside. The unit will use the VOOC flash charger, which allows the battery in the phone to quickly recharge to 75% full in just 30 minutes.
Many users made fun of Apple's New iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch that was revealed yesterday. Apple introduced three new devices with features that were ALREADY available for Android users years ago. Also, Apple entered the Smartwatches market with its New "Watch" that have all the features that are already available on any Android Wear Powered Smartwatch.
Comparing the iPhone 6 with the Nexus 4 we get the exact same features, size and display but a different OS and different release time. The Nexus 4 as released in [Nov,2012], iPhone 6 [Sept,2014]. Here's the Photo that Compares the iPhone 6 vs. Nexus 4.
Also Here's another photo that started spreading online telling the fact that iPhone 6's A8 chip is made and Manufactured by Samsung (Apple's biggest competitor).
The 2016 war of wearables devices is about to start. After Samsung leaked its upcoming Gear S2 Round smartwatch on its offiical website, Motorola has leaked the successor of the Moto 360 smartwatch on Twitter. The company posted a render of a mysterious wearable device appeared in one of the manufacturer's official tweets earlier today [The tweet has been removed!].
The unannounced smartwatch features a round body, but different button placement than the original Moto 360. While we were preparing this post, Motorola removed the tweet, thus further suggesting that we saw something we weren't originally supposed to. One of the rumored names in Moto 720 or Moto 360s.
Curiously, the leaked smartwatch appears to feature a screen that's not fully circular - just like the first-generation Moto 360. We certainly hope that this will not be the case when the new Moto 360 debuts, as both LG and Samsung have competitors with fully circular displays already available or on the way.
We are still waiting for Motorola to reveal its upcoming next-gen Moto 360 smartwatch (Moto 360S), it has been leaked online already several times. However, today, we got some photos of a smaller version of the Moto 360S.
It looks like that Motorola is working on a Moto 360S mini variant. it is shown in the image above by itself, but it also gets compared to the original 360 in the shot below. This leak pretty much confirms the hypothesis that Motorola is working on two sizes for its new wearable, emulating Apple's deeds in this space. We first heard that something like this would happen earlier this month.
The small variant of this year's Motorola smartwatch will apparently be called Moto 360S, while the larger one (which should sport the same screen size as its predecessor) will go by Moto 360L it seems. And yes, both of them will keep the 'flat tire' display design introduced last year, we won't see any full circles this time around either. The two models launching in 2015 should have different screen sizes and different battery sizes at least. There's no word on the display size or resolution with this mini version.
Last week, Samsung teased a new device called the Galaxy View tablet at the end of its IFA 2015 event, the Korean giant announced the new Gear S2 smartwatch with the first round facewatch.
The Samsung Galaxy View tablet will pack a 18.4-inch display and a 1080p resolution display, the short teaser showed only the front view of the device and the logo "Galaxy View" but no other details. However, we should expect this tablet to be officially announced before the end of this year.
According to the teaser and latest reports, Samsung Galaxy View will pack a 18.4-inch tablet with a 1080p touchscreen, a 64-bit Exynos 7580 chipset with 1.6 GHz octa-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, an 8MP rear camera, a 2.1 MP front-facing unit, and a 5700mAh battery. It will run Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Out-of-the-box.
We reported yesterday a confirmation we got from various reports and sources that Google will release the Android L final version with Nexus 9 and Nexus 6 on Mid-October. Nexus 6 is reported to be the first Motorola-made Nexus device. Today, we got more info and confirmation about the Moto Nexus 6 (Photo above) from 9to5Google.
9to5Google has revealed some leaked Specs and details about the device in which the outlet seems fairly confident. 9to5 says it can corroborate the 5.9" screen size, and notes that the device details leaked actually carries the following Specs, some of which clash with earlier reports:
- 5.92" QHD display (498PPI)
- 3200mAh battery
- 13MP camera and 2MP front shooter
- Snapdragon 805 processor
- 3GB RAM
In the next 15 days, we'll see a lot of details and leaks of both the HTC Nexus 9 and the Moto Nexus 6, stay tuned with YouMobile to get updated.
Motorola-made Google Nexus 6 has been spotted in public, yes, we got the first alleged photo of the Nexus 6. Well, these photos is not yet confirmed... It may be the Nexus 6 or NOT. The device looks big (5.9" screen rumored) and it's running Android L (check ourt the software keys).
The phone is obviously in a snap-on case of some sort, so we don't have a look at the complete edge, but what we can see aligns with our previous posts the power and volume buttons are positioned more toward the middle of the device, a center-aligned headphone jack, and Android L with new solid status bar icons and smaller, more spaced-out navigation buttons that we've seen a couple of times now. There is one more icon in the status bar, though. We aren't sure if this is a notification from some third party app, or if it has to do with something Googley installed on the device, but it's there.
The Nexus rumors is increasing day after day. Today, what appears to be the Moto Nexus 6 has just gone through FCC regulations and got certified.
The FCC filing is for a 6-inch Motorola device with the model number XT1254 with support for LTE Bands 2, 4, 5, and 17, and GSM and WCDMA frequencies at 850MHz, 1700MHz, and 1900MHz. Those bands match up with AT&T and T-Mobile, which are the carriers that tend to be targeted by unlocked devices like the Nexus line.
It is also possible that this is a variant of the Moto S, which is said to be almost identical to the Nexus physically, but will carry the usual Motorola software enhancements. We're less convinced that this is the Moto S though, because the rumors have said that Verizon would get the Moto S first.
Ladies and Gentlemen, It's Here, the first official photo render of the upcoming Motorola Nexus 6 courtesy of the popular leaker @evleaks.
Today, @evleaks tweeted a photo of the Nexus 6 showing us the upcoming long-waited release, Google is expected to release this device this month to be available on all stores worldwide by early November.
As you can see the Android L UI on the Photo along with the new Material Design Icons. The Nexus 6 will pack a 5.9" QHD display with 13MP camera along and probably SD 805 CPU with Adreno 420 GPU and 2GB Ram but all these specs are still not-confirmed.
Inside source on Google officially confirmed to Forbes that Motorola Nexus 6 and HTC Nexus 9 will launch via a Blog post today (October 15th) using the company's official Android Blog. According to the Source, Google decided not to make a big revealing event because Android L is still not ready for release. Both devices will will be available for purchase on November,3rd.
The source also reaffirms many of the rumoured specifications for the new Nexus tablet. Including the 8.9 inch 2048×1440 display, a 64-bit NVidia processor and Kepler GPU, and 8MP rear facing and 3MP front facing cameras. The new tablet will also benefit from HTC's work with Boomsound, as it will feature two front facing speakers. There is also mention of a brushed aluminium frame, rather than a solid metal design.
The 16GB HTC Nexus 9 is expected to retail for $399, while the 32GB variant, which also has LTE, will cost $499. Google is also reportedly going to sell a magnetic stand-case as an accessory for the tablet.
The Moto Nexus 6 is said to go up for pre-order on the 17th of October, and will be available for purchase on November 3rd. While this seems like a large delay, it would give Google time to put some extra polish on Android L. No price annouced yet for the Nexus 6.
The HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet is Now official. The tablet runs on Android 5.0, which has just been confirmed to be called Lollipop. HTC Nexus 9 packs a 8.99" IPS LCD with the unusual for Android aspect ratio and a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels (4:3 aspect ratio).
The 7.9mm thick HTC Nexus 9 is powered by the Nvidia Tegra K1 chip with a 2.3GHz CPU, the very potent Kepler DX1 GPU and 2GB RAM. The available storage is either 16 or 32GB, but there's NO microSD slot. Check Full Specs HERE.
The HTC nature of the Google Nexus 9 shines through with the BoomSound stereo speakers. For your photography needs the tablet features an 8MP rear camera and a 1.6MP front-facing snapper. Google fit a 6,700 mAh battery inside the Nexus 9, although it hasn't provided any estimates on how long it will last on a charge.
Power users will appreciate the optional keyboard that Google unveiled alongside the slate. It magnetically attaches to the back of the Nexus 9 and should provide a huge boost to productivity.
The HTC Nexus 9 will be available in on preorder starting from October,17th, while actual sales begin on November,3rd. Available colors will be black, beige and white. Pricing is yet to be confirmed yet but the expected price is $499.
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Rumors are spreading around an upcoming LG Nexus 5 (2015) that should arrive this year. We got the full detailed specs list along with some live photos of this device.
The LG Nexus 5 (2015) alleged live photo above gives us a hint of how the device will look like upon the official release which will be on September 29th, according to a South Korean media outlet which cited a credible source.
As far as the 2015 LG Nexus 5 spec and features goes, according to some Chinese sources, it will be packing Snapdragon 808 chipset, 5.2-inch 2560 × 1440 display, 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM, 13MP camera with the same OIS tech like the one included inside the LG G4 along with a fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C connector and running Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box.
There was, however, no word on the release date of the Nexus device being manufactured by Huawei. If you aren't already aware, two Nexus handsets are expected this year the one from LG is said to sport a 5.2" screen, while that from Huawei is said to be a 5.7" phablet.
A Photo of the Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact has been leaked from an advertising poster that shows the tablet in white. Along with the photo there is also some info about the Z3 tablets's Specs.
According to the source of the information, the tablet packs an 8" IPS display of 1080p resolution. It packs Sony's Triluminos screen with the X-Reality picture processing engine and an additional layer to decrease reflection.
Under the hood, the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact is said to feature a Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AC chipset with a Quad-core CPU, 3GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage. There's no information whether a microSD card slot is available, but Sony fitting one is more likely than not.
At the back, the tablet features an 8MP camera with an Exmor RS sensor, presumably with LED flash. The battery is rated in the 4500-5000mAh range and connectivity is comprehensive with LTE, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-FI 802.11ac.
Purple had become a sort-of trademark color for Sony's premium Xperia Z line, until the Xperia Z3 came along and broke the streak. The fourth-gen Z flagship added Copper and Green to the traditional Black and White color options, but Purple may soon make a comeback.
And not a moment too soon either, the Xperia Z4 family is expected at the MWC 2015 in early March so the window for Z3 launches is closing. ePrice has gotten hold of unreleased product images. It looks like there will be two versions one dark purple and one that's a more traditional Xperia purple.
We have gotten a sneak peek at LG's upcoming Android Wear smartwatch, apparently known as the LG G Watch R. The video LG released earlier didn't really show much, other than brag about the fact that it will have a full circle Rounded display.
LG has now posted an image of the watch on its Facebook page, which gives a slightly better look at the watch. It is about as traditional looking as it can get and with the default watch face looks pretty much like any other watch.
Today, we have a photograph of that very same handset that was featured in the video, wearing the same exact case.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be introduced on September 3rd at the Samsung UNPACKED event in Berlin. The festivities start at 2pm Berlin time. More than ever, Samsung is relying on its top-shelf phablet to help it reverse course financially.
The company has had a couple of tough quarters, and even the Samsung Galaxy S5 couldn't bail out the manufacturer. This could be why Samsung has started teasing the device with a number of internet videos.
You may already know about the iPhone 6 Plus flaw that makes the device bend in your pocket which is known as BendGate.
Today, Samsung shot a tweet directly at Apple's BendGate including the Galaxy Note Edge Photo with the tagline "Curved. Not bent" followed by the hashtag #GALAXYNoteEdge referring to the Note Edge Curved Screen, not like the "Bent" iPhone 6 screen... Nice try Apple! but Curved is better than Bent.
Samsung's tweet takes advantage of the Apple iPhone humorously dubbed Bendgate. Ripe for ridicule by Apple rivals, Bendgate refers to the newly discovered flaw in the iPhone 6 in which the screen can bend at a certain point near the volume control buttons. The flaw appears to occur most commonly if you keep the phone in your pocket for too many hours.
Today we brought you the first photo showing the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to feast your eyes. It's just the front panel of the phablet that got pictured.
It seems to have undergone a photo shoot somewhere in the wild, and it shows a design that's extremely similar to that portrayed by the earlier images. The images source has been taken down after 2 hours.
The cutouts for the front camera, speaker, and Home button are all where you'd expect them to be, and you can see where the capacitive touch buttons will go alongside the Home button too adhering to Samsung's standards in terms of placement.
Samsung's Sept,3 IFA event is very soon. Here's the first look at the upcoming Samsung Virtual Reality Headset. According to the photo source, the company is set to unveil this device (codenamed Project Moonlight) at its upcoming Unpacked event in Berlin and New York, where Samsung is also expected to announce the Galaxy Note 4.
The image seems to show a focus dial and ample lenses, as well as a front panel that would hold a phone, falling in line with previous rumors.
"Oculus" which uses a Note 3 display in some of its newer headsets has previously been reported to be tied up with this project, a nod to the fact that modern smartphones have large, ultra-high-resolution displays and enough sensors to accomplish much of the orientation that a full virtual reality system needs.
The Moto X+1 is starting to leak a lot, now that we're getting ever closer to its September,4th unveiling date.
Most recently, the next Motorola flagship smartphone had most of its specs confirmed by a benchmark. And now its purported front panel got leaked, smiling for a few comparison shots with the original Moto X from last year.
Both in the image above, and in the one below, you can see the leaked Moto X+1 front panel on the left, with the original Moto X smartphone hanging around to its right.
Right off the bat the 5.2-inch screen size that has been rumored many times so far seems pretty much confirmed, given the perceived size difference between the two units. And once again Motorola looks like it has been able to create a very pocketable device, if we go by the bezels of this panel alone.
Motorola is definitely working on a successor to its last year's Moto 360 rounded smartwatch. The new wearable may even be offered in two different sizes, just like what Apple did. Today a few images have been leaked showing the new model in the wild, on people's wrists actually.
Although it bears quite a resemblance to its predecessor, including that 'flat tire' for the screen, this is the next generation Moto 360 and you can tell because of the position of its button. On the original this was placed at the 3 o'clock mark, while this time around Motorola's moved it to 2 o'clock for whatever reason.
These shots allegedly come from around Chicago, an area in which Motorola has its US headquarters. So these may be company employees testing the device.
As before, it looks like Motorola will bet big on customization. These pictures show two different versions of the 360, an all-black one with leather strap, and another with a Rose Gold casing and Cognac band.
Motorola is definitely going to release a successor for its last year's Moto 360 smartwatch, we saw many leaks and rumors about the new Moto 360. Today, we got the first official renders of the Next-generation Moto 360 smartwatch.
The new renders show two slightly different size variants of the next-gent Moto 360. As previously reported, the larger model could be called Moto 360L (or Moto 360 2 L), while the smaller one might be dubbed Moto 360S (or Moto 360 S). It's said that the former has a 375 mAh battery, while the latter comes with a 270 mAh one. Both may offer displays with resolutions of 360 x 360 pixels. For now, we don't know anything else about the two new smartwatches.
Motorola may plan to announce its new Moto 360 smartwatches next week at IFA 2015 in Berlin, and we assume that both will be available to buy in the near future.
Google is working on improving the User Experience of Android with a new Multi-Window tool that will be included on the Android L official release, which is by the way pretty soon (October 16th).
Basically, users can have two open apps at a time. From the recents app menu, users could swipe recent entries to either side of the display, "snapping" them to that half of the screen, leaving the other half of the screen occupied by the home screen or recents app menu.
Samsung already included this feature with the Samsung Note 3 TouchWiz UI, Google took the same concept but made it a lot easier to push an App to fir half of the deices's screen. We should see this feature as a default on all Android L devices.
Android 5.0 Lollipop was just announced yesterday and it already got its statue on Google's Headquarters at the Moutain View campus. Google has taken the wraps off of the new Lollipop statue and it looks awesome (Photo above).
It's exactly what you might expect an Android Lollipop statue to look like: it's an Android bug character holding an oversized pinwheel lollipop and throwing up a peace sign with his other limb.
With the updated lockscreen notifications in Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google has now also added a feature called Ambient display mode. This will allow the phone to light up the display when notifications arrive. Even better, it will wake the screen when you pick up the device, similar to the Moto X.
The feature was spotted in the Preview build of Lollipop and it was running fine on the Nexus 4. Hopefully, Google does NOT limit it to just the Nexus 6 or Nexus 9 (since it has an AMOLED display, which works better for these things) and brings it to all Nexus devices.