There have been many signs pointing towards 2016 as the year where VR really takes off. With many big tech companies coming up with their own solutions to VR, Google has stuck with their Cardboard and Cardboard app — unless, of course, if you want to count this.
But with Android N’s second developer preview, it looks like the next version of Android will have a much bigger push towards VR support.
Not too long back Huawei popped the lids off their P9 series of devices, and the latest member of the family might be sporting a gigantic 6.9 inch screen, if these specs from GFXBench are to be believed.
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With the HTC 10 just launched this week, it also came with a lower-specced variant called the HTC 10 Lifestyle that shares the same looks as the HTC 10 but has a little bit less under the hood.
HTC claims to have upped its game with the new 10. If you’re curious about its camera performance, imaging authority DxoMark has finally given it its stamp of approval.
With a total score of 88 points, the HTC 10 shares the same podium with the current champion, the Galaxy S7 edge.
HTC promised the world with their HTC 10. While we can’t say for certain that this smartphone will live up to all the hype it has claimed, there are several interesting things that HTC has done with their latest flagship.
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A new rumour has cropped up about the successor to Samsung’s Galaxy Note5; and this time it looks like it’ll be having a SD823 chipset under the hood, as well as a more powerful camera.
New images for what is allegedly the Sony Xperia C6 shows off the phone in all its gargantuan glory, with its huge 6 inch display and front-facing flash. As usual, these images aren’t confirmed to be 100% sure that this would be the production model of the Xperia C6 (or possibly Xperia C6 Ultra), so take them with a pinch of salt.