Earlier last week, a host of live images featuring what appears to be the alleged next iteration of Motorola's Moto G was shown and over the weekend, yet another teaser, this time in a video footage, has surfaced online.
A report from GSM Arena cited a YouTube video showing the purported 2015 edition of Motorola's handset which goes by the codename of Osprey. Details about the full technical specifications of the upcoming device were disclosed as it was shown running with the CPU-Z app.
It was found out that the Moto G 2015 will come with a 5-inch 1280 x 720 pixels with 320 DPI HD display. It has huge bezels which house a front speaker, a 3.5mm audio port at the top and a micro USB port on the bottom of it. Its volume and power buttons are located on the right side. more >>
Mobile gaming has become hugely popular, especially with the advent of smartphones with faster processing power and better displays. Every year, new smartphones are coming out with better specs than the ones that came before them, but no smartphone has ever been designed specifically for mobile gaming until now.
A new smartphone is coming and it's going to be the first one that is designed with gaming in mind. Called the W3D, what is surprising is that it's not being made by the big phone companies like Samsung and the like. A Chinese company called Snail Mobile is taking the plunge into mobile gaming with this new handset.
According to a report in Tech Times, the company is preparing to launch the new phone on Sept. 29. The W3D does not look like any ordinary smartphone. The first difference is that it comes with analog sticks, face buttons and built stereoscopic 3D. Better controls for gaming seems to be the first thing that the phone tries to address. It looks more like the Sony's PlayStation Vita, with "dual analog nubs, four face buttons, a directional pad, a set of bumpers on the back side of the phone." more >>
With the "Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void" in closed-beta and without a definite release date in sight yet, Blizzard seems to think they need to appease fans who are eagerly waiting for the next expansion pack of "Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty." During the E3 2015, the developer announced that they are releasing a prologue to the upcoming expansion pack.
According to a report in Tech Times, the prologue "Whispers of Oblivion," is said to bridge the storyline and events between the 2011 "Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm" and the upcoming "Legacy of the Void."
"Whispers of Oblivion" is a special three-mission series and it will be available for free to players of "Legacy of the Void." This also means that if players want to get early access to the prologue, they need to pre-purchase the upcoming expansion pack and wait for news when it will be available. more >>
The hit mobile simulation game "Fallout Shelter" will be coming to Android soon. And by soon, Bethesda means "a few months." Bethesda made the announcement through Twitter, confirming that they are working on an Android version of the game.
"Yes, we are also working on Fallout Shelter for Android. Hopefully out in a few months," the developer said,
The game was developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. It was released for iOS devices only, after Bethesda's E3 conference on June 14. After the game's release, it has become the most downloaded app on the App store, next to the Facebook app and the YouTube app. more >>
Square Enix recently released the gameplay trailer for its upcoming RPG, "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" at the E3 2015 over the weekend.
The fourth installment in the "Deus Ex" series, "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" showcased its latest cyberpunk-themed gameplay footage during the Square Enix press conference at the Lost Angeles E3 2015 Saturday.
The 25-minute gameplay trailer enlightened gaming fans about the soon-to-be-released action role-playing stealth first-shooter, including its host of new technology and equipment like EMP bullets and the new Icarus Dash quick transport. more >>
Korean manufacturer Samsung has just recently announced a brand new midrange device that is aimed at the Chinese market.
According to a report by GSM Arena, the device has some decent specs and nifty features, which should make it a good deal for Android fans in the huge Asian market.
Dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy J7, the Android-powered device is powered by a Snapdragon 615 chipset, a 5.5-inch display with HD (1280 x 720) resolution, and a 3,000mAh battery. In the report, the device will cost around CNY 1,798 or around $290 in China. more >>