Square Enix has announced it is releasing a true HD remake of "Final Fantasy VII" on PlayStation 4, posting a trailer to make the news official. The PlayStation One role-playing game's rebirth was announced at the Los Angeles E3.
Originally released in January 1997, "Final Fantasy VII" has gone through rumors and hints of a remake since its release. Three PlayStations and 18 years later, Square Enix issued a press release announcing production has began on the full remake for PS4, with other platforms to follow in the future.
According to Square Enix director, Tetsuya Nomura, the remake may deviate from the original source material, Gamespot reported. more >>
There are no shortages of Samsung phones and tablets in its target markets in Asia, but it looks like the Korean company still wants to refresh its current lineup of Android tablets.
According to a report by Phone Arena, Samsung has just unveiled a brand-new Android slate that is in the midrange category.
Dubbed as the Galaxy Tab E, the device packs a 9.6-inch TFT display with HD (800 x 1280) resolution, 1.5GB of RAM, a quad-core CPU clocked at 1.3GHz, and 8GB of internal memory. more >>
Gionee is slowly becoming a household name in its home market in China. This is due to its impressive lineup of smartphones that boast affordable and reasonable prices, which is perfect for the Asian country's mass market.
However, from time to time, it may also be favorable even for Gionee to bring a high-end offering to its consumers. And that is just what it did recently.
According to a report by Phone Arena, the Chinese manufacturer recently announced the Elife E8, which is definitely a flagship level device with its high-end specs and features. more >>
Six months after news emerged Samsung had trademarked the "J5" name, leaked photos and specs of what is allegedly the Samsung Galaxy J5 have appeared online.
Leaked images and specifications of what SamMobile.com points out to be the Samsung Galaxy J5 appeared online after live images were sourced out through a Samsung Galaxy J5 and J7 Chinese TENAA certification.
In January 2015, the South Korean electronics manufacturer was rumored to be focusing on its new smartphone lineup, and applied for a trademark for their Galaxy J line, which reportedly included four handheld devices, from low to high end models, SamMobile.com wrote. more >>
Meizu may not be the most popular handset maker in China, but as long as it continues its launch of affordable and quality devices, then it may eventually get the attention it wants.
In a recent report by GSM Arena, the upcoming Meizu smartphone, the m2, has been tipped to arrive with a 4.6-inch display. The rumor is a bit odd considering that the Meizu m1 had a 5-inch display. Still, in spite the shorter screen, the successor will get Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution as well.
In addition to the rumored display size, the report also mentioned the device's alleged MediaTek MT6753 chipset, an octa-core Cortex-A53 CPU, 2GB of RAM, and a generous 32GB of built-in memory. more >>
The OnePlus One flagship is just beginning to make headway in markets where it has been recently made available, such as India.
However, according to a report by GSM Arena, the successor of the original "flagship killer" is already under way, and it could be announced sooner rather than later.
In the report, a "reliable source" allegedly claimed that the OnePlus Two will make an appearance in an event in China next month. more >>