Nexus 6 aka Moto X Pro likely to be priced around 4299 yuan in China

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Although its been around four months since Google debuted its powerful Nexus 6 flagship, the device is finally coming to China this month. A few days back, the Nexus 6 dubbed Moto X Pro in China hit TENAA further confirming its entry into the domestic market. The specs were also leaked at the same time, but pricing was still unsure.

However, we may finally have an idea about Moto X Pro’s retail price, since a major Chinese media website reported earlier today that Motorola could price this flagship around 4299 Yuan. This comes to almost $692, which is an hefty price even for a device with such powerful specs. When the Nexus 6 debuted in US, it went on sale for a slightly lower $649 retail price for the unlocked version. The price is still not 100% fixed, but still it should easily go upwards of 4000 Yuan.

Motorola has big plans for China this year, as the company is all set to release most of its devices in the market. Moto G, Moto X, Moto 360 and even the Moto Hint Bluetooth Earpiece will see a launch in China this year. Motorola has also announced that its famous smartphone customizations service, the Moto Maker will also debut in China soon. This will definitely be a nice addition since it allows users to choose custom back panels and materials for their smartphone.

As for the specs of Moto X Pro, its as powerful as the Nexus 6. So, you get a 6-inch display with 2K resolution, 2.7GHZ quad-core Snapdragon 805, 32GB of expandable storage and 13MP rear camera. The phone will support all the major networks in the country, thanks to its support for GSM, CDMA, TD-SCDMA, TD-LTE, LTE FDD, and WCDMA.

The Moto X Pro is expected to go on sale by March —> Read More

HTC T1H 8.9-inch tablet leaked with specs, features an AllWinner SoC

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It looks like HTC is planning to increase its foothold in China this year. We have already heard rumors about HTC One E9 as well as E9 Plus debuting in China in the coming few days. Even the HTC One M9 Plus is expected to be unveiled in Beijing at an official event in April. But it seems like these three aren’t the only premium devices that we’ll see from the company soon.

Upleaks recently revealed on Weibo that HTC is working on a new 8.9-inch tablet in partnership with China Mobile. We could see this new tablet as early as May 2015, says the leak.

The leak reveals a comprehensive list of specs. One of the interesting aspects revealed today is the processor used by this 8.9-inch tablet. Upleaks says that HTC T1H tablet will be powered not by the traditional Qualcomm or Mediatek chipsets but rather, an 2.2 GHz Allwinner H8 octa-core processor manufactured using the 28nm process. The chipset will use the PowerVR SGX544 Graphic Processing Unit.

Other important tech specs include 2GB RAM, 16GB / 32GB ROM and an 8.9-inch QXGA 2048 × 1530 pixel resolution display. The rear camera will be of 16MP while the front shooter will be of 8MP. The tablet will run on Android 5.0 with the company’s new Sense 7 UI on top.

The tablet will measure just 7.88mm in thickness despite the large 6700 mAh battery on board. The HTC T1H tablet will feature dual boom sound speakers too.

There will be two different version of this 8.9-inch tab, namely the HTC T1H Wi-Fi and the HTC T1H LTE. It is said the device will be launched by the end of Q2 2015 around May. No information about its pricing has been leaked but expect it to be cheaper than its competitors.

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Resident Evil Revelations 2 Review I Bloody Disgusting

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As uncomfortable as it eventually became watching a beloved series like Resident Evil stumble these past few years, theres something to be said about its willingness to adapt. Unless theres a massive dip in sales, its rare for a popular franchise like this to try something different. Capcom has had a worldwide presence for decades, so its easy to forget theyre still very much a Japanese institution, and with that comes a strict adherence to traditions. —> Read More

HiSense tablet leaked with a unique slim bezel design and a dual color body


HiSense is a well known consumer electronics company based out of China. The company recently has been focusing on its smartphone and tablet business. In fact, at MWC earlier this month, we got to see the HiSense H910 smartphone from the company. Now, it looks like the company has a new tablet in store for its fans.

Two new images of the upcoming HiSense tablet were leaked earlier today on Weibo. While the company isn’t new to the tablet business, it still has to make a mark in this industry. The photos reveal a very interesting design. The bezels look extremely slim for a tablet, but that’s just not on the sides. The bezels on the bottom too are slimmer than most tablets that we have seen recently.

Even the back features a very unique design. The body looks thick but its way thinner at the edges. It looks like this Hisense tablet could be made out of a metal body. You can also see at least two speakers on the device along with the Hisense logo at the center.

The leaked HiSense tablet features a dual color design, with the front painted white while the back panel comes with a gold shade. The tablet looks quite big, so, it must be around 8.9-10 inches in size.

Unfortunately, this is all we have about the new HiSense tablet, but if this is real, expect a lot more information in the coming weeks.

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Watch: Man takes one selfie for every mile on a 2,600-mile hike, turns it into an incredible timelapse video

2,600 Mile Hike Selfie Timelapse Video

This is what you call selfie dedication. Outdoorsman Andy Davidhazy went on an epic 2,600-mile hike of the Pacific Crest Trail that spans all the way from Mexico to Canada and took one selfie for every mile he walked. He then combined these selfies into an incredible timelapse video that chronicles his entire journey in the span of just under five minutes.

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CloudSolar Helps Renewable Energy Fans Who Can’t Install Their Own Solar Panels


Solar panels are becoming increasing affordable, but many people still face barriers to harnessing the power of the sun for their own homes. For example, they might live in an apartment or in a house where the roof is angled or structured improperly for solar panel installation. A new Boston-based startup called CloudSolar is offering an intriguing solution. Read More —> Read More

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