We had originally thought the HTC One M8 Prime was cancelled (or at least postponed), but according to a new leak by @HTCFamily_RU, the phone is alive and kickin’.
Pictured next to the One M8, it’s clearly a bit bigger, matching its previously leaked specs:
Press photos of Samsung’s Galaxy F is making waves around the Internet, but we haven’t yet seen a true image of the device.
Today we have one for you. Although it’s not the full device, you’re able to see some of the front, and especially its metal chassis.
It looks like Huawei’s upcoming Ascend D3 is going to be an absolute beast on both the internal and external sides.
Just look at those bezels! (Hint: there aren’t any.)
After OnePlus’s Photomania contest, one of the lucky winners took the opportunity to post a set of high resolution photos taken from the OnePlus One camera in different conditions.
The images have an impressive amount of detail along with a decent bokeh. They boast a massive resolution of 8160 x 6120 and weigh approximately 10MB in size. It must be noted that the person who shot these pictures wasn’t a professional photographer, he was rather an ordinary person who got lucky by winning the contest and put the device’s camera to test.
Take a look below at some of the sample pictures and you’ll find more by going to source link provided at the end.
Google+ probably has the most advanced image tools of the social networks, but Twitter is trying to catch up. Twitter announced new photo features today that include photo tagging and the ability to upload up to four images per tweet.
You will be able to tag up to ten people in each photo with Twitter usernames, without wasting any of the 140-character limit. Tagged users will receive a notification just like a mention. For the second new feature, users will be able to upload up to four images per tweet, compared to the original one that was allowed. The pictures will be turned into a collage, or album of sorts which can be viewed on mobile, desktop, and embedded clients.
The features are going to first roll out on iOS, but we’ll see them on Android soon.
Source: Twitter Blog
It’s all but confirmed that the Galaxy S5 will be unveiled at Samsung’s “Unpacked” event in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress on Feb. 24.
We recently got a look at the box for the device, and a new leaked image gives us an idea of what the screen and device design will look like.
Google+ has been improving its built-in photo editor piece by piece over the past few months, and just today the social network added HDR Scape and Zoom functionality.
With HDR Scape, you can apply high dynamic range effects to any picture with just one click. It’s extremely simple and adds a really nice touch to your images.
With zoom, you can use the magnifying glass to zoom in and out, without sacrificing resolution.
To test out the new features, just head over to any one of your Google+ photos in Chrome, and click on “Edit.” You may not be able to access the features yet because they are rolling out in cycles, but they should be available to everyone relatively soon.
Source: +Andre Meyer
HTC is very proud of the shooter on their latest phones the HTC One S and HTC One X. And they should be. There’s been a lot of buzz around the quality of this camera. HTC has taken the opportunity to set up a challenge, should you choose to accept it. All that is required is for you to head over to the HTC Blog and start the challenge. You’ll be choosing which photo was taken with the HTC One X and which was taken with a professional digital camera. Personally I did not do all that well. I won’t reveal my score, but I could probably think of a few decent excuses why my score was bad. All joking aside, give it a shot yourself and let us know how you did.
SXSW brought team Android a bit of reassuring news today as one of the Instagram founders said he hopes “to have it out to people really soon.” While on stage giving a speech, co-founder Kevin Systrom snagged a Galaxy Nexus out of his pocket and wouldn’t you know it, was running a private beta of the illusive Android Instagram app. Not only was we rocking a bitchin’ Android phone, Systrom also claimed that “it’s one of the most amazing Android apps you’ll ever see,” and said, “in some ways, it’s better than our iPhone app.” (woot-woot!) Our pals over at The Verge even report that during a Q&A, Systrom also said that the Android app was super fast, looks great on Android’s large screened devices, and has built in social media sharing that can reach just about every social outlet available. Well I wish they would share that private beta app with me because I am ready to see what all the hype is about. How about you guys? Are you ready for Instagram to hit Google Play? It looks like we may be getting ever so close now.
source: The Verge
Some of you may have already forgotten about the other Verizon phone that is scheduled to launch tomorrow (no the world doesn’t revolve around the GNex), the alabaster DROID RAZR. In case you were debating between the two, our friends over at Droid Life have gotten a hold of some real life white RAZR photos and the thing looks pretty damn sexy if you ask me. I know we have already seen official press shots of the phone, but we have yet to see any good multi-angle photos as of yet.
Since the phone is sitting in Verizon stores as we speak, you know some decent images were just waiting to be circulated. So without further adieu…. I ask you to join us after the break for the rest of the photos. :-D