HTC A9 2016 Concept By imlyox

HTC A9 2016 Concept By imlyox



HTC One A9 2016 shown here, seems to keep the bulk of the predecessor’s format. It moves the camera to the side this time, seems to have a bigger sensor and flash and also keeps the lines of the One A9. Somehow the corners of the phone are not properly finished or rendered. The HTC logo should be gone on the next generation, as the useless black bar will be rendered obsolete by the HTC One M10.

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Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Liberty City Stories Launched for Android

Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Liberty City Stories Launched for Android



For a limited time (Ends February 24th) the game is available at a discounted rate of $3.99 on both iOS and Android platforms.

Added Features & Graphics of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories for Android
  • New high resolution textures and character art
  • Real time lighting and shadows
  • Enhanced draw distance
  • Rebalanced controls for touch-based gaming
  • Cross-platform cloud saves via the Rockstar Social Club
  • Physical controller support
Download Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories ($6.99 | $3.99 / Rs. 250 for limited period) – Android | iPhone and iPad


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Qualcomm Has Announced Officially New Snapdragon 625, 435 and 425 Chipsets

Qualcomm Has Announced Officially New Snapdragon 625, 435 and 425 Chipsets



Snapdragon 625

Despite its low model number, the S625 is the first 600-series chipset to be built on a power-efficient 14nm process. This allows its eight Cortex-A53 cores to be clocked at over 2GHz.
This is also the third 600-class chip (after the 650, 652) to record 4K video (with both AVC and HEVC codecs); it also supports up to 24MP cameras with its dual ISP.
It's paired with an X9 modem for Cat. 7 LTE - up to 300Mbps downloads and 150Mbps uploads. The chipset also supports Wi-Fi ac. Other goodies include an Adreno 506 GPU and Quick Charge 3.0.the Snapdragon 625 tops out at 1,900 x 1,200 at 60fps or 1080p at 30fps.

Snapdragon 435

This one is built on the old 28nm process, so its eight Cortex-A53 cores top out at 1.4GHz. Also, it comes with Adreno 505 GPU and supports displays up to 1080p at 60fps.It's still a solid offering with an X8 modem (Cat. 7 for 300Mbps down, 100Mbps up), Wi-Fi ac and Quick Charge 3.0. This is the first 400-series chipset with Cat. 7 LTE.The S435 chipset supports 1080p video recording (AVC and HEVC) from 21MP cameras.

Snapdragon 425

A small difference in model number, a huge difference in hardware. The Snapdragon 425 chipset has a quad-core processor, Cortex-A53 up to 1.4GHz (28nm build), and an old Adreno 308 (which means no OpenGL ES 3.1 support).Display support is capped at 1,280 x 800 at 60fps. At least you get to keep the 1080p video capture.

X16 modem

You may have glossed over the modem designations, but to compare it quickly to the high end, the upcoming Snapdragon 820 chipset has an X12 chipset. It boasts download speeds of up to 600Mbps.
Today Qualcomm also announced the X16 - the first modem to reach 1Gbps (that's 1,000Mbps) download speeds. It's also the first modem to be built on a 14nm process (the X12 is at 20nm). This modem won't arrive in consumer devices until 2017 though.



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Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC Unveiled

Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC Unveiled



The Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset packs a quad-core Cortex-A7 CPU clocked at up to 1.2GHz, and its Adreno 304 GPU (featured in some of the 200-series chips) can feed displays up to 640x480 pixels at up to 60Hz. Two versions of the chip will be available, one tethered (Bluetooth/Wi-Fi only), the other - connected, with full 2G/3G/LTE cellular connectivity. The chip also supports NFC and GPS, and comes with Quick Charge 2.0 capabilities.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge it's Curves New Render

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge it's Curves New Render



@evleaks is giving us a glimpse of the S7 edge's curved left side, showing minor refinements to the design. The announcement date is displayed on the screen too, in typical fashion. Just a reminder, we already saw the Galaxy S7 edge in the flesh, boasting a 134K Antutu 6 score. As with all pre-release live images though, that one is poorly lit and blurry, so this render is welcome.

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HTC One M10 Leak Image & Specs

HTC One M10 Leak Image & Specs


HTC One M10 leak by @evleaks, that revealed a live shot of the device’s front? Well, that was made into a series of renders yesterday and into a more solid mockup today, courtesy of XDA Developers forum member hamdir.

That area hosts both a large earpiece and a supposed powerhouse of a selfie shooter, with 12 megapixel resolution and OIS even. This model has a metallic chassis, that seems thinner than the one of the predecessor and keeps the ridged Power button of the One A9.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Leaks (Live Shot)

Samsung Galaxy S7 Leaks (Live Shot)


The leakster goes on to describe the Britecell rear camera as having a resolution of 12MP and an aperture of f/1.7. To top things off, a couple of prices are also mentioned - 16.49 million dong (roughly $740) for the Galaxy S7 and 19.9 million dong (roughly $890) for the S7 edge.
Finally, following the MWC unveiling, the source claims the devices will be introduced to Vietnam on March 3 and go on sale March 18 or about a week later than the alleged March 11 date in Europe.

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Sony Xperia W1 Concept By Kiarash Kia

Sony Xperia W1 Concept By Kiarash Kia


 The W1 model brings a 5 inch Full HD IPS LCD panel, with Triluminous and X Reality tech. There’s a Snapdragon 810 octa core processor inside, an Adreno 420 GPU and 2 GB of RAM. At the back we’ve got a 20.7 megapixel shooter with G Lens and F/1.9 aperture, as well as optical image stabilization. This model integrates stereo speakers, a generous 3200 mAh battery and it’s both PlayStation and Xbox ready.


Then there’s the Sony Xperia W+, with a 5.2 inch Quad HD screen, Snapdragon 810 CPU, 3 GB of RAM and a hybrid focus camera with 23 MP res. Finally, we’ve got W1 Slim with 4.7 inch atypical screen with a res of 750 x 1334 pixels, plus an IPS LCD panel. There’s a Snapdragon 808 processor inside, 1.5 GB of RAM and there’s a 20.7 megapixel camera with G Lens in the equation too.
This last model has a 6.5 mm waistline, a metal frame and metal like body. There’s no fingerprint scanner here and all devices run Windows 10 with both PlayStation and Xbox compatibility. What I like most about these concept Xperias are the metal backs, with that nifty line all across the back, that somehow manages to not copy the HTCs too much.




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Apple iPhone 5se Will Come in Pink,Silver and Space Gray

Apple iPhone 5se Will Come in Pink,Silver and Space Gray


The report is unclear on the prospect of a yellow gold iPhone 5se version, meaning those interested in an updated 4-inch handset might be limited to silver, Space Gray and pink. Apple first introduced gold as an iPhone 5s option in 2013, developed in part to satiate Chinese market demand. The gold color jumped to other product lines including Mac, while its success spawned a rose gold variant that launched with iPhone 6.Production of the next-gen 4-inch iPhone is supposedly underway ahead of a rumored spring announcement. Details are scarce, but the device is said to boast a metal-backed design similar to the current iPhone 6s with refreshed internals like an A8 or A9 processor and NFC support for Apple Pay.


the current iPod touch is already the iPhone 5se, minus the cellular radios. Specs of the 5se have been rumored to include a 4-inch display (duh...), A8 chipset, and 8MP/1.2MP camera combo - all of these are already aboard the iPod touch. The Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, and NFC chips from the iPhone 6s just need to be bolted on.

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BlackBerry Nova Concept With Android By zaur191

BlackBerry Nova Concept With Android By zaur191


Created by Deviantart user zaur191, BlackBerry Nova is a concept that features an angular and rectangular design, uses an edge to edge screen and a pretty big camera with dual LED flash. It has that “Dodge Viper racing stripe” style at the back side and it feels like its edges and format borrowed a bit from the Fabula Design over in the Lumia family.
Side buttons are nicely rendered, which is no small feat, considering I’ve seen many beautiful phones with fugly buttons. That rectangular fingerprint scanner is certainly not my cup of tea, but it’s also not very far from the norm. Android is obviously here.

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