If you would like to stay up to date live with Apples WWDC keynote here is the link from the The Verge.They are live on scene streaming all the information you need from the apple keynote.
Lg’s new flagship out guns most laptops in many regards, with a superior screen, great camera and, blazing fast speeds. As we expected the G3 is armed with a very high end spec list. The most note worthy of which is its incredible Quad HD screen with a pixel density of over 500ppi. Not only does the G3 have the sharpest display on the market but it’s no slouch in other departments. Here is the new G3’s spec list.
- 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440 IPS display
- Snapdragon 801 Quad Core processor clocked @2.5 GHz
- 3GB of RAM
- 16GB/32GB internal storage
- 3,000mAh Battery
- Supports up to 128GB microSD cards.
- 13 megapixel camera.
Lg’s Optimus 2x smartphone changed the industry when in 2011 it was released as the world’s first dual core smartphone. Just like in 2011 LG seems to have broken new ground , likely setting a trend for quad HD smartphone coming from other manufacturers in the near future.
A quick review of the “Touchtone” wireless bluetooth speaker from the people over at iD America.
A short review of the “Wallstreet” case from iD America.
The Moto X have been released at long last. Here are the specs.
Width 65.3 Height 129.3mm
Curve 5.6 -10.4mm
Display 4.7″ AMOLED (RGB) / HD 720p
Camera: 10-megapixel “ClearPixel”
Front Camera 2MP 1080p HD video
Operating system Android 4.2.2
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro
Battery: 2,220 mah (13 hours of talk time)
The Moto X comes in 16 different color variations. The device is constructed using some plastic but overall looks pretty sturdy. The Moto X is assembled in the USA which is also nice to hear. The phone isn’t what we are used to seeing in company’s flagships, although not all the specs are cutting edge they still look pretty solid. Hopefully this also means it will have a very reasonable price tag. Motorola also has some pretty cool software features so be sure to check there site out for more on that. But the real question is whether or not the Moto X will be good enough to make Motorola a major player in the smart phone industry again.
The much anticipated Moto X from Motorola is set to be released today. In case you have not heard of the Moto X (which is highly unlikely) it is Motorola’s new flagship device set to launch today. This is one of the first non-droid flagship to come from Motorola while they have been owned by Google. Gadget sync will have your Moto X news so keep tuned to the sight.