We’ve seen several leaks with regards to the upcoming Oppo N3 and here’s one that finally touches on the specs. According to the latest leaks, the Oppo N3 that is scheduled to be launched next month, looks very similar to the existing Oppo N1, and will be a pretty powerful device as well with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and 3GB of RAM on board.
Since it has almost been year after the release GoPro HERO3+, we believe that there are many users out there feel that the time is now ripe for the company to unleash a brand new model into the market. If you are one of them, you should be delighted for this news then: HERO4 is confirmed, according to a major set of info that was leaked out earlier today.
Calling all photographers and photography enthusiasts, the PhotoArt Convention by The Center for Asian Photographers (C4AP) will be held on 25th and 26th October 2014 at The School @ Jaya One. Mark your calendar and spend these two days to meet up with others with similar interest with you so you can see and discuss all things photography.
Does megapixel counts when it comes to cameras? Apple doesn’t seem to think so and they may be right. Photographer and the developer of Camera+ app, Lisa Bettany, has taken all eight generations of the Apple iPhone and put them to a camera test. See how the camera has evolved throughout the years and even though Apple has retained the same 8MP, they have made huge improvements in the software side.
Dell’s next tablet has been previewed at the Intel Developer Forum 2014. It isn’t entirely out of place there as this device serves to showcase Intel’s new RealSense camera technology. Like many other new mobile devices this one is also being touted as the thinnest tablet in the world, and at 6mm thick the claim is close enough for most. It also features a very interesting asymmetrical design with the camera and speaker bar taking up the left side of the tablet.
Microsoft has revealed more details about the next big update that follows the Cyan refresh. Lumia Denim will provide updates to how Cortana works, while also bringing improvements to the camera app. It will be first arriving on the current line of flagship phones in the Lumia 930, Lumia 1520, and Lumia Icon. The newly announced Lumia 830 will also be shipping with the update.