The Meizu MX5 has not even been announced, yet there are already a ton of features and details that we already know about the device. Whether that is intentional or not on the part of the Chinese company is not important.
The important thing is this unannounced smartphone is definitely getting the attention of the Android-loving market.
According to a recent report by Phone Arena, the device has appeared in another benchmarking app, this time Geekbench. In the report, the device reportedly outperforms the Samsung Galaxy S6 with its own MediaTek MT6795T SoC, also known as Helio X10. more >>
The OnePlus One may already be outdated in terms of specs, but that does not mean it isn't selling well in some Asian markets where it is available. But for people who are holding out for the upcoming successor, a new report suggests that the device would follow the leading trend in the industry.
According to a recent report by GSM Arena, the OnePlus Two will boast the famed USB Type-C port that has been trending in the market nowadays. First popularized by Apple earlier this year, the Type-C port will reportedly enable the device to connect easier to other devices that have the same port.
In fact, after Apple made the USB Type-C port available in its latest 12-inch MacBook 2015, Google has used the same technology for its Chromebook Pixel which was announced just a few weeks later. more >>
A new realistic crime game called "Her Story" has recently been released based on real crime interrogations and detective-type investigations.
"Her Story," a new interactive murder interrogation game based on real-life crime investigations has just been launched this month, featuring a woman grilled over the murder of her husband.
A first video game release from "Silent Hill: Shattered Memories" game director, Sam Barlow, "Her Story was funded by Indie Fund, an independent game developers' organization. more >>
Korean manufacturer LG is bringing the first-ever smartphone with a 1-watt speaker to the market. The new phone, called LG Band Play, is joining the company's line of mid-range phones this week.
According to a report in Android Authority, the phone is said be focused on providing good audio quality as well as good cameras as well. It features a bass-reinforced 1-watt speaker which makes music, videos and games sound better on the new phone. Its cameras are also not one to be left behind. The main rear-facing camera is 13-megapixel, while its selfie front-facing camera is at 5-megapixel.
The main rear camera is also said to come with a wide-angle lens as well as the company's laser autofocus feature, which basically uses laser light to calculate the exact distance between the camera and the object one is taking a picture of. more >>
Patrice Desilets is a game creator and designer who is known for his work on "Prince of Persia: Sands of Time" and more notably, the earlier titles of the "Assassin's Creed" game series. It has been a while since he last released a game – six years to be exact.
But at the recent E3 2015, he announced his comeback in the gaming industry, with a new company and naturally, a new game in the works. His new company is called Panache Digital Games, based in Montreal, Canada. His new project is called "Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey" and is a third-person action-adventure survival game, which is intended to be episodic.
Players will be living through "the greatest moments of mankind with a documentary twist," according to the game's description on the website. Among the "moments" that the game will reportedly cover, according to the game's initial trailer are the following historic milestones in human evolution: Missing Link, First Tools, First Domestication, Out of Africa, Chauvet's Caves, Agricultural Revolution, Tartaria Tablets, Siddhartha Gautama, Fall of the Roman Empire, First Crusade, De analysi per aequationes numero terminorum infinitas, Charles Darwin's Birth, Human Population Reaches One Billion, Wright Brothers First Flight, Penicillin Discovery, Man on the Moon, Fall of the Berlin Wall, Dolly the Sheep and Human DNA Decoded. more >>
The last time that no. 23 player Michael Jordan graced the popular 2K basketball game series from developer Visual Concepts was on the cover of NBA 2K12. Now, the 14-time NBA All-Star player will be returning on the game for NBA 2K16's special edition while also bringing along a handful of exciting contents.
A report from Gamespot.com cited the announcement made by publisher 2K this week indicating Jordan's reappearance as well as several other contents included in the said version of the game.
Players are said to get the following: more >>