Rumours of BlackBerry’s foray into an Android powered device continue, and this time with a supposed leak of what the device will look like. Surprisingly, the only picture available seems to indicate that the company will be putting Android into a BlackBerry Passport; although another tweet from evleaks indicates that the rumoured slider version of the phone is already on its way to AT&T.
Apple’s sales for iPods may not be doing very well for the past few quarters, but it doesn’t mean that the company will stop the business. Pictures of unannounced iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle was published into the latest version of iTunes that was released just yesterday, and the company is expected to launch these devices as soon as 14 July 2015.
Samsung has filed for the Galaxy S6 edge+ trademark with the US Patents and Trademarks Office, indicating that the company is planning to release a larger version of its flagship smartphone. This new device is expected to reach phablet size, and will likely end up existing alongside the upcoming Galaxy Note 5.
As we approach closer to the OnePlus 2’s official unveiling on the 27th of July (well, 28th for us Malaysians due to time difference), more and more leaks of the device are making it to the Internet. Just recently, as many as three OnePlus 2 variants have been spotted in Bluetooth SIG’s database. Interestingly, one of the three has a surprise up its sleeves: it has 4GB of RAM instead of 3GB as previously reported.
Joining the Samsung Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 is the yet to be officially announced Galaxy A8, which has been extensively leaked in a hands on video. Just like the other Galaxy A series devices, the A8 features a metal construction. With a 5.7-inch display and measuring 5.9mm thin, the A8 is the biggest and thinnest Galaxy A device yet, taking the title away from the Galaxy A7.
It hasn’t exactly been a great year for Qualcomm, thanks to the vast amount of negative news its controversial Snapdragon 810 processor has garnered from the media. Thankfully for the company, however, benchmark results of its upcoming processor – the Snapdragon 820 – have been leaked. Even better news? It’s much more powerful than the Snapdragon 810.
More details of the upcoming Honor 7 have been leaked yet again ahead of its unveiling tomorrow. According to this latest rumour, the Honor 7 will supposedly come in more than one variant with a starting price of 1,999 Chinese yuan, which comes up to about RM1,200. In light of this, the earlier rumour of a US$599 (about RM2,265) price tag could very well be the asking price of the highest-end model.
Even though you can generally game with Apple Mac depending on the model you choose, the company is not so big into gaming when it comes to their computers unlike iPhone and iPad. So, this particular design patent that is newly granted to the company is rather odd because it is a gaming headset – a product that is generally out of their usual focus.
As per its announcement at E3 2015, AMD has decided to unleash its new flagship-class Radeon R9 Fury graphics cards separately than the Radeon R9 and R7 300 Series models. The first of them will be the R9 Fury X which is expected to be available in Malaysia within the next two weeks.
If you are planning to get your hands on one though, get ready to splash some serious cash because it seems that the price for the card in Malaysia might reach really close to the RM 3,000 mark or it could be even more.
As you might have heard, Video Games Live will return to Malaysia again this year and the concert is scheduled to take place on 29 August at Stadium Putra in Bukit Jalil. However, we were made aware of several tweets by the concert’s event company that made us wonder if the show is in danger of being postponed or cancelled altogether.