Creators of the hard-to-acquire OnePlus One smartphone, Carl and David, recently created an "Ask-Me-Anything" or AMA thread on Reddit to answer questions about their next smartphone, the OnePlus 2.
The OnePlus One had been hard to acquire when it first came out earlier this year due to its demanding invite system. The AMA thread on Reddit though marks the OnePlus One's pre-order availability. It also answered some questions regarding the OnePlus 2.
"OnePlus 2 should be out in Q2 or Q3 of 2015. By that time, I'd think Android L would be standard," Carl wrote. He also mentioned the possibilty of a smaller OnePlus 2 smartphone to meet consumer's demand. more >>
It's only been a few weeks since the iPhone 6's release and its already being compared to various Android phones released earlier in the year. Samsung is mostly taking shots at the Cupertino company for its switch to bigger screens after five generations of small-screened iPhones. One smartphone being compared is HTC's One M8 flagship.
The HTC One M8 has been around for a while now, first released March earlier this year. The iPhone 6 is newer than the One M8, only having been released in late September.
The One M8 has a 5.0-inch Super LCD3 touchscreen with a 1920 x 1080 full HD screen resolution. Full HD screen resolutions seem standard in today's standards, with QHD (2560 x 1440) screens being premium. more >>
Apple is coming up against Google with the unreleased iPad Mini 3 and Nexus 9. Both companies have not released any official statements about the devices' hardware but there are already multiple speculations about what kind of specs each will be holding.
The Nexus 9 – which is rumored to be made by HTC – will have an 8.9-inch IPS LCD touchscreen with a display resolution of 2048 x 1440 pixels. The Nexus 9 is seemingly moving away from the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets and will instead have the Nvidia Tegra K1 chipset, with a quad-core 2.5GHz processor and a ULP GeForce Kepler GPU.
It will be available in 16GB and 32GB storage variants and will have 2GB of RAM. It will also have microSD card support of up to 128GB and an 8-megapixel camera capable of full HD video recording at 30 frames-per-second. It's also rumored to run on Google's newest mobile OS, Android L (Android 5.0). more >>
Google's next full-size tablet, the Nexus 9, is rumored for a release sometime this October, or if not then before the year ends. There are also indications that the tablet could be manufactured by HTC this time and is speculated to stand up against the Apple iPad Air.
With HTC in the helm of construction, the Nexus 9 could be following the design principles seen in its flagship smartphone range, the One M7 and the One M8. If so, the Nexus 9 should be seeing a full aluminum body construction, much like the materials in which the iPads and the iPhones are made.
As for the specs, nothing is official yet as neither Google nor HTC has made any announcements, but there are rumored features floating around different websites. more >>
Loyal fans of Bethesda's Fallout game series has, up to now, been left hanging about the release of the purported sequel of the RPG. Devoid of any official announcements or information regarding its stage of development, some reports are already speculating that there isn't a Fallout 4 at all.
However, a report from Cyberland indicated that the Fallout 4 release date might have already been announced by Bethesda at the EGX 2014. Formerly called as the Eurogamer Expo, this event was recently held in London last Sept. 25 to 28.
The event did come and go, but no rumblings were heard concerning the game. more >>
It's only been a few weeks since the announcement and the release of the iPhone 6 and people are already on the lookout for news about Apple's next flagship, the iPhone 7. While it is unlikely that there would be details on the iPhone 7 out on the airwaves for a year or so, there are already thoughts on what features would make the iPhone 7 a better phone.
Apple has stuck with the Corning Gorilla Glass with their iPhones and iPads for some time now, and now that they've used Sapphire Glass for the Apple Watch and the covering for the iPhone 6's camera, seeing it on the iPhone 7 wouldn't be surprising. Sapphire Glass is stronger and more scratch resistant than the Gorilla Glass and it's already being used on Motorola's Moto 360 smartwatch.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus did get larger screens but their resolutions didn't quite matchup with today's market standards. Samsung is already delving into the QHD (2560 x 1440) screen resolutions after LG's G3 smartphone made its debut and it would make sense for Apple to make the same move into higher resolutions as well. more >>