HTC may not be the force it once was in the Android smartphone market, particularly after selling off a chunk of its hardware unit to Google, but it's still capable of producing a compelling phone. Last year, the Taiwanese OEM returned to form somewhat with the U11, before following it up with a plus model that better aligned with some 2017 smartphone trends. The U11+ bumped the display up to an 18:9 (6" instead of 5.5") panel, moved the fingerprint sensor to the rear, and shaved off some bezel all around. You'd be forgiven for expecting to see both a U12 and U12+launch this year, but you'd be wrong. HTC is skipping the non-plus variant altogether, focussing only on the one high-end device which had already been leaked here and there. It would appear to be a rather incremental update to last year's phone, albeit with some important distinctions that give it at least some chance against other current flagships. Specs OS Android 8.0 Oreo with HTC Sense (upgradeable to P) Display 6-inch, … [Read more...] about HTC U12+ is official, with dual cameras, Edge Sense 2, and a stunning Translucent Blue color option
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February 27, 2018 - Written By Karandeep Singh Known industry insider Evan Blass today leaked a photo of what is believed to be Lenovo’s unannounced Moto E5 Plus from the brand’s low-end E series. Motorola has been rumored to be launching a pair of smartphones under the said series and this could be one of the two. The image seen above suggests the handset will feature a display using an 18:9 aspect ratio with somewhat thinner bezels along with an unconventional camera module that doesn’t appear to be of the dual-sensor variety even though it features two cutouts. With that, the earpiece can be seen flanked by a camera lens and an LED flash. No fingerprint scanner can clearly be seen on the phone, though one is rumored to be embedded into Motorola’s logo on the back.The alleged Moto E5 Plus can be seen in a light blue color with a glossy finish on its back, and Motorola may launch the phone with more color options. Interestingly, the phone mentions the April 3 … [Read more...] about Android-Powered Moto E5 Plus Leaks In Light Blue
posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:41 0 1. Matt (unregistered) Finally a picture of the Blue Ice Chocolate! not what I expected but I want to see it in real life before judging it. posted on 25 May 2008, 12:30 0 3. ainth (unregistered) i want a blue color phone posted on 02 Dec 2007, 14:10 0 2. elgee02 (unregistered) This is exclusive to the VZW Kiosks in Circuit City until Dec 7th, then it will launch at all channels. It is also $20 cheaper at the VZW Circuit City Kiosks. posted on 20 Jun 2008, 18:06 0 4. garr (unregistered) im getting this phonee=] whooo! love the colorr … [Read more...] about Comments for : LG Chocolate now in Light Blue version
Something must have infiltrated the air in early 2012, because out of nowhere, Internet-connected multicolor LED light bulbs became all the rage. There were multiple versions all over Kickstarter, IndieGoGo, and a slew of other small startups that it became hard to separate one noise from the rest. That is, until Apple selected the Philips Hue to star in its Apple Store for both online and physical retailers. The rest dimmed into history.… There’s nothing like it out there (for now), and we have to admit the thing’s just plain fun and addictive.In case you’re not familiar, the Philips Hue is a Wi-Fi-enabled LED lighting system that allows you to control power, brightness, and color straight from your mobile device. You can also set alarms for the lights to start illuminating gradually to wake you up in the morning or dim as it draws closer to bedtime. It can even change colors to display various notifications, such as weather warnings, important … [Read more...] about Philips HUE redefines mood lighting, but is it a bright idea?
If you’re reading this article, it’s likely that you spend more than half your day focused on some kind of screen – be it a computer, smartphone, tablet, or camera. All that staring, no matter how fine the pixels are, can be tiresome on the eyes. Which is why Woodenshark has decided to build a backlighting system to extend your screen’s colors onto the walls, providing a softer way to ease your eyes into the display.If the idea sounds familiar, it’s because it’s Woodenshark isn’t the first company to coin the system. In 2002, Philips unveiled a line of television that featured an “Ambilight” screen that essentially does the same colorful expansion. Unfortunately, Philips is not exactly a leader in the home television market, and the line never quite took off. Instead, others, like Woodenshark, have adopted the tech by making it separate from the TV, thus allowing the system to be attached onto any display.The system, Lightpack, … [Read more...] about Lightpack ambient lighting makes colors bleed from your screen onto your walls