Samsung and LG have unveiled their phones, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime and the LG G3, and comparisons will definitely be made as users figure out which of the two units are the best for them.
Specs for both phones have appeared on websites such as Phone Arena, GSM Arena and NDTV Gadgets, and here is the lowdown for each phone:
For the design display, the Galaxy Grand Prime is a smaller fit at 5 inches and outfitted with a 540 x 960 (220ppi) pixel screen. On the other hand, the G3 is longer with its 5.5-inch size and has a better resolution with 1440 x 2560 (538ppi) pixel screen. Both phones have light and proximity sensors but the G3 edged its competition a little with an olephobic coating. more >>
In a surprising move, Apple released the iOS 8.1.2 update for their iPhones, iPads and iPad Touch units to address problems with ringtones purchases suddenly disappearing from Apple devices.
While the iOS 8.1.2 update was launched without much fanfare along with an accompanying site to help consumers recover their missing ringtones, it does not seem to serve any major updates save for the promise to fix the disappearing iTunes Store-purchased ringtones.
This may serve to disappoint many users as the iOS 8.1.2 and its 28.2MB update pales even in comparison to the iOS 8.1.1, which was still able to fix a few bugs and performance issues for some Apple units. more >>
BioWare's "Dragon Age: Inquisition" released its second patch for the PC version of the game on Tuesday and has cleared up some of the minor bugs and improved the user interface.
Some of the updates BioWare initially promised include a fix for the game's Stability to prevent crashing, freezing and audio glitches; Gameplay, such as quests, combat, camera, plot states, control and more; Multiplayer, such as game mode mugs, animation and status reports; and PC for the UI fixes, hitching and graphic glitches.
However, the patch ended up providing only minor fixes, with the most notable change only being the fix to the tactical camera and the game performance seems only a little better overall. more >>
Fans of the hugely-popular game Legend of Zelda surely had a blast last week when Nintendo put up a new extended gameplay trailer for its upcoming Legend of Zelda for Wii U game at the Game Awards which took place Friday night.
In a coverage report by IGN, the company bagged numerous awards including the Developer of the Year, Best Fighting Game (for Super Smash Bros.), and the Best Racing Game as well as the Best Family Game (for Mario Kart 8).
But one of the highlights for Nintendo was when they showed the extended gameplay footage for the first Zelda game to arrive in Wii U. more >>
From what the news suggests, it seems like BlackBerry Limited is more than ready to ship their most-talked about smartphone yet, the BlackBerry Classic reiteration. As reported, the upcoming device has already been made available for pre-order in the U.S. and Canada region starting last month.
Rumors now indicate that the BlackBerry Classic will also be arriving in white as a press image, which made its rounds on the tech news earlier this week, features the smartphone with a new color scheme.
N4BB.com, a website dedicated to anything about BlackBerry news, reviews, FAQs, and leaks, revealed in one of their posts a picture of the forthcoming handset with two color versions: a black and a white one. more >>
News about the upcoming flagship of Sony, the new Sony Xperia Z4 has been here and there for quite some time now. However, recent reports indicate changes on its display size.
According to Techradar.com, the Xperia Z4 may decline the 5.4 or 5.5-inch screen size and instead opt for a smaller one.
This information came out when a tipster from Sony claims that the forthcoming device will instead arrive with a 5.2-inch 1080p screen. more >>