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Friday, 17 February 2017

Mi Mix successor already in the works, confirms Xiaomi CEO



Less than four months after Xiaomi announced the Mi Mix, the Chinese company has confirmed that it's working on the successor to the device (allegedly dubbed Mi Mix II). The confirmation came in the form of a Weibo post from none other than the company's CEO Lei Jun.



Here's the complete post (translated): "Today, I am pleased to meet again with international design master Philip Stark, who introduced me the design concept of millet MIX next generation, and then we both will continue to explore how to make these exciting innovations as a reality The product. Come on, millet!"

OnePlus 3T 128GB variant up for grabs in India through Amazon



If you are in India and have been waiting for the 128GB variant of the OnePlus 3T smartphone, you'll be glad to know that the model is currently listed on Amazon's India website. The device carries an INR 34,998 price tag, or around $520.



What's, however, worth mentioning here is that in order to make a purchase, you should be a member of the retailer's Prime service. Also, it's only a one-day sale - as of writing around 7 hours were left. The model will be available to all Amazon customers February 25 onwards.

If you are an Amazon Prime member, head to the Source link below to purchase the model.


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Lenovo Phab2 Pro with Tango AR by Google drops down to $449.99 unlocked



If you don't mind using first-generation stuff, you probably won't mind testing out the Google-developed Tango AR (augmented reality) tech that's built into the Lenovo Phab2 Pro smartphone. This was in fact the first handset to launch packing Tango, when it debuted last year. Ever since its release it's been available for $499.99 unlocked, but now you can grab one for less.


Unlocked LG G5 for AT&T can be yours for just $299.99



We're now exactly ten days away from LG's grand unveiling of the G6, its next flagship smartphone. This will take place on February 26, and the new device is sure to be a very interesting entrant in the mobile world. But what if you don't care about the latest and greatest?



Well, if you don't mind ignoring LG's failed "Friends" experiment comprising of modular accessories for it, the G5 from last year could be a good choice for you perhaps. While it may not be as flashy as its successor, you can now purchase an unlocked LG G5 for just $299.99.

Asus Zenfone 3 Go leaks with specs and renders



Asus' naming convention is getting more and more confusing with each passing day. Navigating already official models is a challenge in itself, but when it comes to analyzing leaks, it really takes some dedicated investigative work to get the facts straight. This time around, however, we have an almost suspiciously straight-forward scoop.



The Zenfone 3 Go appears to be a revival of the budget "Go" line. Last we saw a Go unit up on offer was in 2015. The original Asus Zenfone Go ZC500TG bore the typical Zenfone 2 design language, including the bulky arching back and a horizontally centered main camera.

Apple's WWDC 2017 conference to take place June 5-9



Apple has announced that its Worldwide Developer Conference will be taking place this year between June 5-9. WWDC will be returning to San Jose this year after a long period, at the McEnery Convention Center, away from the usual Moscone West in San Francisco, which has been the hub of Apple events for the past several years. The San Jose venue is only minutes away from the new Apple headquarters in Cupertino.



As usual the main event will be the keynote where we can expect to see the latest developments in iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, with a lesser chance of seeing some new hardware. Apart from that, the five day event will also host developers from around the world where they will be able to engage with over 1000 Apple engineers through their sessions and personal interactions. In addition to all of this, Apple is also working with local businesses in San Jose to celebrate the return of WWDC with some special experiences around the city throughout the week.

Developers will be able to apply for the tickets in spring. The keynote will also be live streamed online.


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Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Uber standalone app finally available on Android Wear 2.0



Uber announced its app would be available for Android Wear back in 2015. Almost 2 years have passed since the announcement but with the unveiling of the first devices with Android Wear 2.0 the platform is finally ready to work on your wrist.


Meizu M5s goes official with 5.2" IPS screen, octa-core CPU



As scheduled, Meizu made the M5s official today. The device is powered by an octa-core Cortex-A53 processor running at 1.3GHz on a MediaTek MT6753 chipset. It is built around a 5.2-inch IPS display of 720p resolution.



RAM is 3GB, while internal memory options include 16GB and 32GB (storage is expandable by up to 128GB).

Facebook improves the videos on your timeline



Facebook has just announced a bunch of new features that will improve viewing video on its platform’s mobile app. Among the features announced were: auto-play videos will also play sound, portrait video viewing will improve, watch videos as you keep scrolling, and a new Facebook Video App for TV platforms.



Auto-play videos in the Facebook app will now play with sound on. Facebook has been slowly testing this feature which has seen positive reaction so far. Video sound will fade in as you reach the video, and then fade out as you scroll past the video. Facebook also promises the feature will not work when the device is in silent/vibrate mode. Don’t worry, there will also be an option to disable the sound, and the option to disable auto-play videos isn’t going anywhere.

Samsung Galaxy S8 launch date will be officially announced on February 27



Samsung will officially announce the release date of its Galaxy S8 smartphone on February 27. Koh Dong-jin, president of mobile communications at Samsung, said that the "official [launch] schedule" for the phone will be announced at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC).



Samsung, as you might already know, has scheduled a press event for the upcoming MWC on February 26, but the the Galaxy S8 won't be unveiled there, although there have been reports that the company will show a one-minute video teaser of the device.

From what we've heard so far, the Galaxy S8 will be made official at an event in New York on March 29, and will go on sale on April 21. The handset has already been the subject of several rumors and leaks until now.


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